The world’s richest race in Riyadh on February 20 has attracted more than 100 horses from nine different countries.
The John Gosden-trained Mishriff is likely to be one of the favourites for the world’s richest horse race in which he will be ridden by David Egan.
Champion trainer John Gosden has delivered an update on his plans for Enable, Stradivarius, Logician, Palace Pier and Mishriff.
John Gosden-trained colt has options between York or Deauville following his Prix du Jockey Club triumph for owner Prince Faisal.
Mishriff will have a new jockey when he lines up in the Prix du Jockey Club, whether regular partner David Egan overturns a riding ban or not.