Ryan Moore to ride Aidan O’Brien’s Winter in Sunday’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Chantilly racecourse

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RYAN MOORE will ride Winter in Sunday’s Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Chantilly.

It means the two star fillies of the season, Winter and John Gosden’s Enable, will do battle in a scintillating clash in France as 18 were declared for the Group 1 prize.

 Ryan Moore will ride Winter

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Ryan Moore will ride Winter

Aidan O’Brien also saddles Order Of St George, Capri, Seventh Heaven and Idaho with Highland Reel and Cliffs Of Moher skipping the race.

Sir Michael Stoute’s Ulysses, second to Enable in the King George but winner of the Eclipse and Juddmonte International either side of that, will attempt to give his trainer a second Arc.

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The main French challenge is expected to come from Brametot, winner of the French Guineas and Derby, and Zarak.

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Satono Diamond, who will have the assistance of his pacemaker Satono Noblesse, lines up for Japan.

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