When he bids for a second Group One victory in France in the Prix du Moulin on Sunday romanised is put to confront 10 competitions.
Last year the Irish 2,000 Guineas hero doubled his tally that was top-level and will cross the Channel again for another mission at ParisLongchamp this weekend.
Trainer Ken Condon saddles the Success Days, who was set up as a pacemaker at Deauville and could be expected to adopt a similar role.
The Aidan O’Brien-trained Circus Maximus is a third challenger that is Irish. After evaporating at York on his Most Recent 36, the St James’s Palace Stakes winner and Sussex Stakes runner-up returns into a mile.
Harry Dunlop’s secure star Robin Of Navan is just one of four British-trained runners along with the Charlie Hills-trained Irish Guineas winner Phoenix Of Spain, the Line Of Duty of Charlie Appleby and Kick from the lawn of John Gosden.
The field is completed by last year’s French 2000 Guineas enthusiast Olmedo (Jean-Claude Rouget), the progressive Delaware (Andre Fabre), Shaman (Carlos Laffon-Parias) along with also Obligate (Pascal Bary).