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Dawn Approach and Mars, the two leading candidates for next year's Classics, could clash in Sunday's Galileo EBF Futurity Stakes at the Curragh.
The Jim Bolger-trained Dawn Approach is clear favourite for the 2000 Guineas, while Aidan O'Brien's Mars is next in the betting and heads the market for the 2013 Derby.
Dawn Approach has already won at this level when landing the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot, but Mars would be taking a step up in class after winning on his only start at Dundalk.
O'Brien, as usual, is well represented and could also run Count Of Limonade, Flying The Flag, Kingston Jamaica, Lines Of Battle, Nevis, Parliament Square and The Ferryman.
Bolger has left in Leargas and Trading Leather, who has never run before.
Andy Oliver has supplemented First Cornerstone, winner of a Listed race at Tipperary on his second start.
There are two British-trained possibles in the shape of David Simcock's Birdman and George Baker's Boomshackerlacker.