Classic winners Kew Gardens and Latrobe feature among 11 entries for the Boodles Diamond Ormonde Stakes at Chester on Thursday.
Kew Gardens landed the St Leger for Aidan O’Brien and could come up against Latrobe, trained by his son, Joseph.
Latrobe, who took the Irish Derby, has an alternative engagement in the Mooresbridge Stakes at the Curragh on Monday.
O’Brien senior has also entered Cypress Creek while Warnaq, from Matthew Smith’s County Meath yard, is a fourth Irish possible.
Ian Williams has put in Magic Circle, although the seven-year-old holds an entry in the SportPesa Chester Cup which he won last May for his owner Dr Marwan Koukash.
Young Rascal lifted the Chester Vase last year and his trainer William Haggas could send him on a retrieval mission after disappointing on his reappearance at Newbury last month.
Other possibles are Blakeney Point, Dalgarno, Mootasadir, Morando and Spark Plug.