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Sparkling abundance who remains in contention for a place in the Prix de Diane (G1) on June 16, has been included in the lineup for the Goffs London Sale on June 17.

Owned and bred by Jean-Pierre-Joseph Dubois, the King Man Mare is already a Group 2 winner of the Prix de Sandringham (G2) this month. She is a sister to the 2022 Jersey Stakes (G3) winner and Group 1 placed Noble Truth, out of a sister to the brilliant Stacelita.

Wildcard places are still available, but the final catalogue for the event, which will be held in Kensington Palace Gardens in association with Private 3 Money, is nearing completion.

Earlier this week, a two-year-old Kingman mare out of superstar mare Laurens was announced. She is being consigned by Oaks Farm and is said to be “in pre-training and ready to race.”

Five more young horses are nominated for Royal Ascot, including Adrian Keatley’s youngest listed Prix la Fleche winner Francisco’s piece and George Boughey’s debut Leicester winner Pentle Bay. Also included are Amy Murphy’s Listed National Stakes runner-up Rock Hunter, Michael O’Callaghan’s Evening Saigon and Jessica Harrington Cork winner Rock N Roll Rocket.

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Queues likely Second in the German One Thousand Guineas (G2) for Stan Moore, is alongside the Dermot Weld-trained Taraj who is likely to be in the sights for the Hampton Court Stakes (G3) after finishing behind Los Angeles in the Leopardstown Derby Trial.

The complete catalogue can be viewed online here.

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