MAGICAL will take on eight rivals as she bids to cap her quality season off with victory in the Champion Stakes on Saturday.
Aidan O’Brien’s mare is one of a number of high-profile stars set to take part in the Ascot extravaganza.
Among those taking her on is Addeybb, a mud-lover who’s been given the green light from William Haggas with the ground likely to be just soft enough for him.
Group 1 winner Coronet has also been declared by John Gosden, while Mehdaayih and Deirdre also bring top class form to the table.
Regal Reality, I Can Fly, Fox Tal and Pondus complete the line-up.
The QEII has also delivered a fine line-up, with French raider The Revenant attempting to build on his Group 2 win on Arc day.
Benbatl did it very nicely in the Joel Stakes and will bid to land another top-level contest, while Queen Anne winners Lord Glitters and Accidental Agent have also been declared.
Magna Grecia will have his first outing since disappointing in the Irish 2,000 Guineas and will again take on Phoenix Of Spain, who will attempt to arrest a decline that’s been prevalent since his Curragh victory.
Century Dream, Imaging, Raising Sand, Safe Voyage, Happy Power, King Of Change, Mohaather, Move Swiftly and Veracious make up the rest of the 16-strong field.
Earlier on the card, a 17-runner field has been confirmed for the Champions Sprint, with big guns Advertise and Hello Youmzain both standing their ground.
Improver Make A Challenge will also take his chance, as will last year’s winner Sands Of Mali and recent Foret winner One Master.
Former victors Librisa Breeze and The Tin Man will bid to wind back the years, while Khaadem will bid to build on his impressive Stewards’ Cup win.
Brando, Cape Byron, Donjuan Triumphant, Dream Of Dreams, Keystroke, Speak In Colours, Mabs Cross, Forever In Dreams and So Perfect complete the field.