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Dettori Will Ride Camelot in Arc

Famous dismount at Cathay Pacific International Turf Championships Hong Kong 2010 aboard Mastery

CONNECTIONS of Camelot on Wednesday confirmed the star three-year-old for the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe with Frankie Dettori booked to ride.

The complexion of the Longchamp spectacular has changed vastly in recent days, with the 'will he, won't he' question hanging over the three-time Classic winner just one sub-plot to the ante-post drama that has surrounded Sunday's race.


But trainer Aidan O'Brien finally gave the son of Montjeu the go-ahead with Dettori, stable jockey to arch rivals Godolphin, a rare jockey booking for Ballydoyle. Joseph O'Brien, who has partnered Camelot on every start to date, will be on St Nicholas Abbey as he is unable to ride at 8st 11lb.

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