Leger hopes led by Light
Leading Light heads the 19 possible runners still engaged in the Ladbrokes St Leger at Doncaster.
There were no major surprises at the latest scratchings deadline for the final Classic of the season on September 14, while there remains one last chance to supplement a horse for £45,000 on the Monday before the race itself.
Leading Light, not seen since taking the Queen's Vase at Royal Ascot is one of four possible runners for Aidan O'Brien.
He also has Great Voltigeur runner-up Foundry, Eye Of The Storm and Plinth, while a further strong Irish challenger is the David Wachman-trained Galileo Rock, placed in two Classics already.
Another Irish hopeful is Dabadiyan, who completed a hat-trick of victories in Her Majesty's Plate at Down Royal on July 26.
His trainer Mick Halford said: "We have left Dabidiyan in the Ladbrokes St Leger and he will also be left in the Irish St Leger.
"We haven't made a decision yet, but he will have a racecourse gallop nearer the time and then we will make up our mind.
"He has been coming along nicely since his win at Down Royal and I am happy with him.
"He was always a big, scopey horse with loads of potential and is a smashing horse to have anything to do with. He loves good ground, has a wonderful temperament and is very straightforward.
"He is not slow and has a bit of toe but when we stretch him out over longer trips there should be more improvement."
John Gosden, who has captured three of the last six renewals, could saddle Gordon Stakes runner-up Excess Knowledge and Bahrain Trophy winner Feel Like Dancing.
Six-times winners Godolphin can pick from Investec Derby runner-up Libertarian, Gordon Stakes winner Cap O'Rushes and Great Voltigeur third Secret Number.
Investec Oaks winner Talent is also still in the mix for Ralph Beckett.