The unbeaten colt was a star last year and was last seen winning the Group 1 Phoenix Stakes back in August, he had been touted to be a Guineas horse but missed the race
THE unbeaten Caravaggio makes his eagerly-awaited reappearance in the EMS Copiers Lacken Stakes at Naas on Sunday.
Aidan O’Brien’s three-year-old stars in a field of nine declared for the Group 3 over six furlongs.
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Caravaggio has not been seen since winning the Group 1 Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh in August.
He holds a host of big-race entries, ranging from the Irish 2,000 Guineas to the Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot, for which he is currently ante-post favourite at around 4-1.
O’Brien is also represented by Pedestal, who has an even longer absence to overcome.
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Leading the opposition is Jessica Harrington’s Khukri, who got his 2017 campaign off to a flying start with victory in the Listed Power Stakes at Navan four weeks ago.
Harrington also saddles Tinder, with the line-up completed by Mister Trader, Mr Scarlet, Psychedelic Funk, Gorane and Virtudes.