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Ryan Moore to partner Kingston Hill in Great Voltigeur Stakes at York

Updated: Monday, 18 Aug 2014 13:51 | Comments

Kingston Hill finished fourth in a slowly-run renewal of the Eclipse on his most recent start
Kingston Hill finished fourth in a slowly-run renewal of the Eclipse on his most recent start

Ryan Moore has been confirmed to ride Kingston Hill after the Investec Derby runner-up was one of 10 horses declared for Wednesday's Neptune Investment Management Great Voltigeur Stakes at York.

Trainer Roger Varian has kept his options open with the grey, who was also entered in the Juddmonte International on the same card, after having finished fourth in the Coral-Eclipse last time.

Hartnell, viewed as a Ladbrokes St Leger candidate by trainer Mark Johnston after victories in the Queen's Vase and Bahrain Trophy, and Michael Stoute's Gordon Stakes winner Snow Sky are also declared.

Aidan O'Brien will send across both the impressive Tipperary scorer Granddukeoftuscany and Indian Maharaja.

Observational is given another chance to stake a claim by Roger Charlton, having run moderately in the Gordon Stakes, while Postponed is tested further after winning a Hamilton Listed race.

Marzocco, Odeon and Red Galileo complete what is usually regarded as the strongest St Leger trial.

Ryan Moore has been confirmed to ride Kingston Hill after the Investec Derby runner-up was one of 10 horses declared for Wednesday's Neptune Investment Management Great Voltigeur Stakes at York.

Trainer Roger Varian has kept his options open with the grey, who was also entered in the Juddmonte International on the same card, after having finished fourth in the Coral-Eclipse last time.

Hartnell, viewed as a Ladbrokes St Leger candidate by trainer Mark Johnston after victories in the Queen's Vase and Bahrain Trophy, and Michael Stoute's Gordon Stakes winner Snow Sky are also declared.

Aidan O'Brien will send across both the impressive Tipperary scorer Granddukeoftuscany and Indian Maharaja.

Observational is given another chance to stake a claim by Roger Charlton, having run moderately in the Gordon Stakes, while Postponed is tested further after winning a Hamilton Listed race.

Marzocco, Odeon and Red Galileo complete what is usually regarded as the strongest St Leger trial.

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