Yorkshire Oaks attracts five Irish runners
Aidan O'Brien fields four of the 12 horses declared for Thursday's Darley Yorkshire Oaks, with Breeders' Cup heroine Found heading his team.
Second in the Tattersalls Gold Cup, Coronation Cup and Prince of Wales's Stakes this season, she will be back against her own sex this time.
O'Brien also runs Irish Oaks winner Seventh Heaven, Ribblesdale victor Even Song and Pretty Perfect.
Jim Bolger's Turret Rocks, who finished fourth behind Seventh Heaven last time, is the other Irish runner.
Heading the British team is the supplemented Charlie Appleby-trained Endless Time, winner of the Lancashire Oaks last time out.
Mick Channon is represented by Harlequeen, third in both Oaks at Epsom and the Curragh.
Luca Cumani runs both Koora and Loving Things, with John Gosden running Furia Cruzada and Michael Stoute represented by Queen's Trust.
Mark Johnston's Fireglow completes the field.