News from all over the world in our round-up of international horse racing snippets.
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.
Invitations have been accepted on behalf of both Broome and Aidan O’Brien-trained stablemate Japan to run in the ¥648 million (£4.25m) contest on November 28.
Order Of Australia suffered a leg fracture on Wednesday morning, had already undergone surgery and would be retired to stud.
Love had been the long-time favourite for the 2020 Arc when O’Brien decided not to declare the filly because the going at ParisLongchamp was heavy.
Japanese legend has been offered the mount on one of the two Aidan O’Brien-trained horses, in which Masaaki Matsushima owns shares.