Four additional entries have been received for the Dubai Duty Free Irish Derby at the second entry stage.
Dermot Weld already has Derrinstown Derby Trial winner Hazapour to call on at the Curragh and now has two more strings to his bow after putting in dual cork winner Bandua and once-raced Navan scorer Broad Street.
Also among the four is the William Haggas-trained Young Rascal, who impressed in winning the Chester Vase and like Hazapour is firmly on course for the Investec Derby at Epsom on Saturday week.
Completing the quartet is the Fozzy Stack-trained Carlo Biraghi, who was successful in a 10-furlong maiden at the Curragh on his racecourse bow earlier this month.
Ten fillies have been added added to the Darley Irish Oaks field, including the John Gosden-trained Investec Oaks favourite Lah Ti Dar.
Exciting Frankel filly Sun Maiden (Sir Michael Stoute) has also been given the option, as has Sea Of Class (Haggas).
There is also French representation in the shape of Shahnaza, who is trained by Alain de Royer-Dupre for the Aga Khan.