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Australia, Mukhadram and African Story are among 37 horses still on contention for the Qipco Irish Champion Stakes following the second entry stage. Dual Derby hero Australia is one of many entries for Aidan O'Brien, with the likes of Leading Light, Chicquita and King George contender Magician all in the reckoning for the Group One on September 13.
Cafe Society and Talent have been added to the Palmerstown House Estate Irish St Leger at the latest entry stage for the Group One at the Curragh on September 14.
Tony Carroll admitted his surprise at discovering one of his horses had been caught up in the morphine case.
Roger Varian has resisted the temptation to let John Smith's Cup hero Farraaj return to the Knavesmire for Saturday's Sky Bet York Stakes. The five-year-old looked ready for a return to Pattern level when defying top-weight in one of the most fiercely contested handicaps of the summer earlier in the month and his trainer seriously considered this weekend's Group Two contest.
Exciting juveniles Ivawood, Faydhan and Richard Pankhurst feature among 92 entries for this year's £75,000 Group Two Champagne Stakes at Doncaster on September 13. The trio are all prominent in the betting for next year's 2000 Guineas following impressive starts to their careers, with Ivawood having stormed to victory in the July Stakes at Newmarket earlier this month.
Big guns Toronado and Kingman remain on course for the latest 'Duel on the Downs' following the confirmation stage for the Qipco Sussex Stakes at Glorious Goodwood on Wednesday.
Charlie Hills is hoping Kiyoshi can gain an overdue success when dropped in class for the Listed Woodcote Stud EBF Stallions Valiant Stakes at Ascot on Friday.
John Gosden plans to walk the course at Ascot on Friday before making a final decision on whether to let Eagle Top line up in the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes on Saturday. The three-year-old was a brilliant winner of the King Edward VII Stakes at the Royal meeting last month and was supplemented for this weekend's Group One showpiece at a cost of £75,000 on Monday.
Ante-post favourite Horsted Keynes is among a maximum field of 29 declared for the Longines International Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.
Tony Carroll and Gay Kelleway are the two latest trainers to admit they have had horses test positive for morphine.
Royal Ascot hero Telescope and Oaks winner Taghrooda feature among a final field of nine runners in the Qipco-sponsored King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained Telescope produced the performance he has long promised with a brilliant display in the Hardwicke Stakes over the King George course and distance, earning himself a step up to Group One level.
Eve Johnson Houghton and Gay Kelleway are the latest trainers to be named in the morphine drugs case that has resulted in a positive test for The Queen's Estimate.
Mark Johnston could be represented by three horses in the St Leger, with Somewhat set to contest the Gordon Stakes at Glorious Goodwood next week
July Cup runner-up Tropics is to drop back in trip to five furlongs in the King George Stakes at the Sussex course next Friday.