Superstar colt Contrail will have the final start of his career in the 41st edition of Japan’s joint-richest race in Tokyo.
After finishing fifth in this year’s Arc, Sealiway beat Dubai Honour, Mac Swiney and reigning Saudi Cup champion Mishriff in the Ascot G1 13 days later.
Broome. Japan, Bolshoi Ballet and Mother Earth complete the Ballydoyle team which will comprise a line-up of 22 G1 winners at Sha Tin on December 12.
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Popular success for veteran grey globetrotter as G1 winners dominate third running of kingdom’s £500,000 showpiece.
Godolphin pair Barney Roy and Zakouski plus globetrotting veteran Lord Glitters feature in third running of £500,000 contest.
Doyle, who secured joint third place in the contest won by Zac Purton last year, will represent Britain alongside her boyfriend Tom Marquand.
Assistant trainer Bhupat Seemar has taken over the licence at Zabeel Stables until further notice and will have his first runners at Meydan on Thursday.