Big turnout for Beresford
First Cornerstone and Trading Leather are among a total of 16 horses left in the Juddmonte Beresford Stakes at the Curragh.
First Cornerstone was last seen winning the Futurity Stakes for trainer Andrew Oliver last month, while Jim Bolger's Trading Leather was an impressive winner last weekend but also holds an entry for the Royal Lodge Stakes at Newmarket 24 hours earlier.
Oliver said: "We will wait until later in the week before making a decision about Sunday's race but First Cornerstone could not be in better form and has thrived since his last race.
"While he has never won on extremes of ground, we would not be concerned about testing ground for him because we know from the last day that he handles it well."
Aidan O'Brien has taken out Derby favourite Mars, but he could still be represented by Afonso de Sousa, Eye Of The Storm, Kingston Jamaica, Lines Of Battle, Nevis, Sir Walter Scott, The Ferryman or Battle Of Marengo - the conqueror of Trading Leather in a Listed race at Leopardstown.
David Wachman has two to choose from in runaway maiden winner Galileo Rock and Probably, while Muaanid, Noor Al Balad and Orgilgo Bay complete the possibles.