Enbihaar, Lah Ti Dar and Anapurna Provide a hand at the Qatar Prix de Royallieu at ParisLongchamp to John Gosden.
Saturdays race was raised in distance and standing – together with the nine declared runners place to handle a mile and also three-quarters in pursuit of Group One glory.
The field is headed by Enbihaar, who finished a hat-trick of wins at Group Two degree using a narrow victory at the Park Hill Stakes at Doncaster.
Angus Gold, racing manager to owner Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum, said:She is a lovely filly, but shes got a couple of other people of Johns (Gosden) as well as everybody else to compete with, including the Oaks winner (Anapurna).
She has done nothing but enhance all year, and everybody loves her. Shes a filly, so shell run well.
Itd be wonderful to win a Group One together with her
Lah Ti Dar came near breaking her Group One duck when a behind stablemate Coronet from the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud on her beginning, because when shes finished a distant third behind Gosdens celebrity mare Permit .
John has been very satisfied with her preparation, which is a race weve had earmarked for her year, explained Simon Marsh, racing and bloodstock director to Lah Ti Dars owner-breeders Lord and Lady Lloyd-Webber.
I believe she will be quite comfortable in the softer ground and that she finished second in the St Leger last year, therefore theres no reason to believe she wont stay the excursion.
You have to respect Johns other two fillies, that are equally high-class. However, Lah Ti Dar deserves to be there, and that I believe shell run a big race.
The Gosden trio is completed with Anapurna – winner of this Investec Oaks in the end of May at Epsom.
She left her first start as that traditional victory in the Prix Vermeille of the month, but could only finish seventh supporting company Star Catcher – that dominated in the front under Frankie Dettori.
Mark Weinfeld, of owners Helena Springfield Ltd, said:Anapurna is in great shape.
She appears to have a wonderful enough attraction (stall four) and weve got Frankie (Dettori) on board, so fingers crossed.
We are always optimistic. She had been boxed in when she ran at the Vermeille and couldnt escape, and didnt actually have a race.
Well see how she gets on. She is in the race on Champions Day at Ascot (Qipco British Champions Fillies & Mares Stakes) later in the month, but well get Saturday from their way before we make some plans.
Roger Varians Pilaster is a British challenger, while Aidan OBrien sends Delphinia and South Sea Pearl out of Ireland.
The German raider Satomi of Markus Klug along with andre Fabres Musis Amica, the Carlos Laffon-Parias-trained Mutamakina would be the hopefuls.