The daughter of Galileo struck over the course and distance in the Group Two Debutante Stakes earlier this month to win again, after being added to the field for the Group One at a cost of €22,500. O'Brien left in four others - Bluebell, Minorette, Perhaps and Wonderfully - as 13 fillies were confirmed.
The Lambourn trainer Charlie Hills will run Kiyoshi, who was last seen winning the Albany Stakes in convincing fashion at Royal Ascot. "She's going to run there," confirmed Hills. "We are very happy with her and looking forward to running her over seven furlongs. It's a galloping track and should suit her."
She will be joined by the Clive Brittain-trained Rizeena, who won the Queen Mary Stakes at the Royal meeting and was third to No Nay Never in the Prix Morny on her latest start.
Jim Bolger still has three entries - Craic Agus Spraoi, Peony Fairy and Prudent Approach - and Dermot Weld is double-handed with Afternoon Sunlight and Carla Bianca. John Murphy's Touch Of Snow completes the list.
Washaar, though, is unlikely to take up his engagement in the Betfred Mobile Solario Stakes at Sandown on Saturday. Connections are leaning more towards running the Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum-owned two-year-old in the Listed Weatherbys Bank Stonehenge Stakes over a mile at Salisbury on Friday instead.
"I don't think he'll be running at Sandown, I think he's going to Salisbury on Friday," agreed Sheikh Hamdan's racing manager, Angus Gold. The colt's trainer Richard Hannon also has Piping Rock and Coulsty in the Group Three Solario over an extended seven furlongs and has four entries in the Salisbury contest. Gold also said there were no plans yet for the Dermot Weld-trained Mustajeeb, who was runner-up to O'Brien's War Command in the Galileo EBF Futurity Stakes at the Curragh on Saturday.
Afsare may be supplemented for the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot should he continue his winning ways in the Joel Stakes at Newmarket on September 27. The Newmarket Group Two is the next port of call for the Luca Cumani-trained six-year-old, who appears to have overcome an aversion to the stalls with victories in Salisbury's Sovereign Stakes and the Betfred Celebration Stakes on his last two starts. "We would like to aim for bigger prizes abroad - the Woodbine Mile for example - but if Afsare wins the Joel Stakes in good style we will have to think about supplementing him for the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes," said Cumani.
A tilt at the Qipco British Champions Long Distance Cup is under serious consideration for Tiger Cliff following his last-gasp victory in a thrilling Betfred Ebor at York on Saturday.
Lady Cecil's four-year-old rattled home under Tom Queally to get up by half a length on the rain-softened Knavesmire turf, with the handicapper handing him a 6lb rise in the weights as a result. "He's come out of the race very well and he's gone up 6lb, which takes him to 104," said Henry Ponsonby, his owner.