So Mi Dar heads Sandown eight

Frankie Dettori riding So Mi Dar win the Tattersalls Musidora Stakes

John Gosden's So Mi Dar makes her seasonal reappearance in Thursday's Matchbook Brigadier Gerard Stakes at Sandown.

A total of eight have been declared for the Group Three, with Gosden's filly having been rerouted from last week's Middleton Stakes at York.

Another filly reappearing is Henry Candy's Chain Of Daisies, who was last seen when beating Ulysses in the Winter Hill Stakes.

Mondialiste, Red Verdon, Algometer, Steel Of Madrid, Autocratic and Baydar complete the field.

Roger Charlton's Quest For More will attempt to concede 7lb to Michael Bell's Big Orange in the Matchbook VIP Henry II Stakes

The two have been among the leading stayers for some time and were both in action in Dubai, but while Big Orange ran his usual honest race in fourth, Quest For More was not in love with the soft ground and was beaten a long way.

Higher Power steps up in class for James Fanshawe, Elidor will aim to follow up a Listed win at Nottingham while Vent De Force returns after a break for Hughie Morrison.

German challenger Berghain and Ralph Beckett's She Is No Lady, beaten favourite in the Ebor but a Listed winner in France when last seen, make up the seven-runner field.

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