Derby heroes Adyar and Hurricane Lane are the first 31 entries of the Casuo St. Lager stakes in Doncaster, the oldest classic on the calendar.
The race in Town Moore on Sept. 11 will feature a $ 700,000 prize in one mile and six stadiums.
Charlie Applebee’s Hurricane Lane is a favorite post post after the victory in the Irish Derby and the Paris Grand Prix at the Long Champ.
Apple also registered Epsom winner Adair, who last saw a four-and-a-half derby win, and will face King George in Ascot on Saturday.
Richard Hannon’s Mojo Star was a finalist in the Epsom, and Colt is set to make a comeback after finishing fifth in the Irish Derby.
“St. Lager is on the radar for the Mojo Star,” Hanon said.
“We gave him access and we will see how we work.
“He has come out of Ireland well and has taken some breaks since then.
“I’m not sure where he’s going to run next, but I’m happy with him. “
Martin Meadow’s Lone Eagle also has an entry, with only one neck behind the hurricane lane in the Irish Derby.
Aiden O’Brien is well represented with 13 possible contenders, the most favorite of which is the Grand Prix finalist Wordsworth of Paris and Yates Stakes winner Sir Luken.
Joseph O’Brien’s Galileo Chrome won the race last year, and the coach could have had another win this season, with the undisclosed Okita Soush winning within a mile-four and a run under the belt. Farlong Fairyhouse Virgin in June.
“It has been announced that Okita Saushi will take part in the one – and – a – half mile race in Leopardstown on Thursday, so we’ll see how he works,” O’Brien said.
“He has got his youngest daughter well, and we think he has the works of a good resident, yet it remains to be seen if he will be ready for a St. Lager.
“We thought it would be worth making an entry because we want to open up our options. “