Ballydoyle, ante-post favourite for next year's Qipco 1000 Guineas, tops the list of 15 entries at the confirmation stage for the Moyglare Stud Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday.

The two-year-old, winner of the Debutante Stakes at the track on her last start, is one of five potential candidates for trainer Aidan O'Brien in the Group One contest.

O'Brien, who is bidding to claim the seven-furlong feature for a seventh time, has also left in Alice Springs, How High The Moon, Kind Of Magic and Minding.

Jim Bolger is another trainer with multiple entries still standing having left in Leafy Shade, Siamsaiocht and Taisce Naisiunta in his quest to win the race for the first time since the victory of Saoirse Abu back in 2007.

Dermot Weld's chances of ending his search for a first success since 1987 will rest with the unbeaten Tanaza, while the home contingent of runners is completed by the Michael Halford-trained Vitello, Inishkea from the yard of Carolyn Costigan and the Michael O'Callaghan-trained Now Or Never.

The British opposition is headed by the Brian Meehan-trained Sweet Solera Stakes winner Blue Bayou.

Hugo Palmer's last-gasp Prestige Stakes victor Hawksmoor is also in the frame, as is the Richard Hannon-trained Great Page, winner of the Prix du Calvados on her latest start.