Simon Crisford’s Century Dream has been supplemented for the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot on Tuesday.
The progressive four-year-old has won seven of his 13 races to date, including an impressive display in the Group Three Diomed Stakes at Epsom on his latest appearance.
Ed Crisford, son and assistant to his father, said: “He won well at Epsom and he has come out of the race really well.
“He deserves to have a crack at a Group Two or a Group One and he seems well.
“We wanted to have a go at the race, so at the moment, it is all systems go. ”
There are 16 possibles at the five-day stage, including three from Aidan O’Brien’s Ballydoyle yard. Deauville could be joined by the top-class fillies, Hydrangea and Rhododendron.
There is a strong international feel to the race with Recoletos from France and Yoshida from America likely to be among the main protagonists.
Heading up those trained in Britain is Saeed bin Suroor’s Benbatl, David Simcock’s Lightning Spear and Henry Candy’s Limato.
Beat The Bank, Zonderland, Accidental Agent, Oh This Is Us and the David O’Meara-trained trio of Lord Glitters, Suedois and So Beloved complete the list.