Activate and Love Arc de Triomphe may be getting all the headlines when he is ready for battle.
But there are plenty of other thrillers to get caught up in the two-day meeting. Here are some British and Irish riders who may be starring in the Longchamp Undercard.
Nando Parado (Clive Cox) – Prix Jean-Luc Lagadere, Sunday
Clive Cox and Adam Kirby had a star season with their juveniles.
Dominance, Isabella Giles This chapter all succeeded on the big stage. The possibility of a soft ground prompted the Lamborghini team to send their Coventry Stakes winner across the channel for Group 1.
An extra furlong is always on the agenda, and his second at Prix Morny last time was a strong effort. He will no doubt improve again and has not been over-tested this season.
Of Richard Fahe Rhythm Master Aidan O’Brien may have had a runner or two Battlefield And St. Mark’s Basilica His two favorite types.
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Highest Ground (Sir Michael Stout) – Prix Dollar, Saturday
The talking horse for most of the season, Dante’s runner-up should have plenty to offer next season.
But he has time since his last run in York, and the connections have to pay for some if he decides to roll the dice here.
He can face things like Darine, King of comedy And Please wait This is a race in Group 2, but the French have the best record. The last British horse to come out was John Gosden’s Pipe Dreamer in 2009.
Fev Rover (Richard Fahe) – Prix Marcel Bassack
Coach Richard Fahe is one of the coaches who usually leaves the block with his youngsters, but in a season that started later than usual, the approach of a patient like Fev Rover has paid off. Rhythm Master And And FIG.
Phil, owned by Nick-Bradley, has a strong form of her name in her division, but also has the Phillies Mile option in Newmarket on Fridays.
Soft Ground, who is already a Group 2 winner in France, is not worried and she could be Fahe’s next player.
The appearance of her Prix du Calvados victory in Dowville provided a feast. Keep an eye on her whether she travels to France or the Newmarket.
Siskin (Jer Lyons) – Forest Prize
It is not clear what Cisco’s next target will be, but a drop of travel in my book will greatly benefit the Irish Guinean winner.
He was shaped like the best horse in the Sussex stakes, and this race over seven furlongs must have been on his street.
The Breeders’ Cup is another obvious option for the Irishman, but he can pick it up while traveling to the states.
With Space Blues After a setback, this is the best chance to get another Group 1 in that CV.