WONDER filly Allow heads 14 entries for the Breeders’ Cup Turf.
John Gosden’s sensible four-year-old will try and win the $four million Grade 1 only a month after successful her second Arc.
The daughter of Nathaniel might face final 12 months’s Turf hero Talismanic.
Andre Fabre’s five-year-old ran out a decisive winner of the competition 12 months in the past below Mickael Barzalona.
Fabre has additionally given a number of Group 1 winner Waldgeist an entry within the 1m4f cracker at Churchill Downs.
Crystal Ocean chased residence Cracksman within the Champion Stakes final Saturday however might chase his first top-level win on three November.
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European runners have an excellent record in the Turf, winning eight of the last ten renewals.
Aidan O’Brien in particular has won the race six times and he is set to saddle Magical and Hunting Horn.
Roaring Lion does hold an entry but his first preference is the Breeders’ Cup Classic on the dirt.
The American challenge is headed by Channel Maker, who won the Joe Hirsch Turf Classic on his latest outing for trainer Bill Mott.
Arklow, Glorious Empire, Hi Happy, Quarteto De Cordas, Robert Bruce and Sadler’s Joy have also been entered.