Camelot among Tattersalls entry
Last year's dual Derby hero Camelot is among 35 horses entered for the Tattersalls Gold Cup at Leopardstown on May 26.
Aidan O'Brien's four-year-old also landed the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket before his Triple Crown bid came unstuck when a three-quarter-length second to Encke in the St Leger.
Camelot is one of a clutch of entries for the Ballydoyle team along with the likes of Declaration Of War, Oaks winner Was, Imperial Monarch, St Nicholas Abbey and recent recruit Most Improved.
Godolphin have plenty of contenders including Dubai World Cup contender Hunter's Light, reigning World Cup champion Monterosso, Masterstroke and multiple Dubai winner Sajjhaa.
Jim Bolger's Parish Hall is on the list after missing all of last season while Ed Dunlop has Hong Kong hero Red Cadeaux and new American recruit Unbridled Command in the reckoning at this stage.
Roger Charlton's Al Kazeem, the Dermot Weld-trained Sapphire and Thomas Carmody's Ursa Major are also entered.