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Investec Oaks heroine Anapurna Appears set to take Star Catcher from the Qatar Prix Vermeille at ParisLongchamp on Sunday.

The John Gosden-trained fillies are absent although their Classic triumphs, but remain to battle in the Group One prize at the weekend.
It is something which has recently come on to the schedule for Anapurna, according to the Newmarket handler Even though the decision to await the race was a simple one for Star Catcher.
Gosden said:”They’re looking towards the Vermeille at the moment. Star Catcher was always likely into the Vermeille.
“When Magical and Empower turned up in the Yorkshire Oaks, it appeared a little bit unfair to put Anapurna against two older fillies of that course on her first run back since the Oaks.
“She has been in good shape and she’ll probably run there, afterward in Ascot. She needed time off after Epsom, as she had been busy .”
When bidding for a Group Two hat-trick at the DFS Park Hill Stakes at Doncaster on Thursday, before a Group One engagement enbihaar will plan to withstand a penalty for the next race in succession.
Gosden said:”We intend to go to the Park Hill with her. She may well visit the (Prix) Royallieu (in ParisLongchamp about October 5) as well, because she has three months between races.
“We’d thought about Ireland, however, we decided to stay here and take the penalty”

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