Tuesday to miss Emily Upjohn rematch in Irish Oaks

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The John and Thady Gosden-trained daughter of Sea The Stars was an unlucky short-head runner-up to Tuesday in June's Classic, having slipped coming out of the stalls.

Aidan O'Brien has opted not to run Tuesday at the Curragh, and Frankie Dettori will partner Emily Upjohn again hoping to score her first Group 1 victory in the mile and a half race.

The master of Ballydoyle still has a strong hand, as he is responsible for three of the runners in the Group One contest. History, a Group Three winner over a mile on her first start this year, tried a mile and a half for the first time in the Ribblesdale at Royal Ascot and was three and a quarter lengths behind the Jessica Harrington-trained winner, Magical Lagoon, who reopposes. Harrington is similarly responsible for Fennela, who did not make her debut until April and broke her maiden at the third attempt over course and distance early last month. O'Brien also saddles Emily Dickinson, a winner of one of her four starts this term and she drops back in trip, having finished runner-up to Rosscarbery in a mile and three-quarter Group Three at Leopardstown in her previous start. Toy, who has been highly tried, contesting two French Group One contests on her last two outings with little success, will tackle this trip for the first time and completes the Ballydoyle trio. Cairde Go Deo was a beaten favourite when sixth to Discoveries in the Group One Moyglare Stud Stakes at the Curragh last September, has won back-to-back Listed contests this term and bids to give Ger Lyons a second Irish Oaks success in three years, following Even So's 2020 victory. Show Of Stars, who represents Paddy Twomey, is also tackling the trip for the first time and seeks a first win since landing a Dundalk mile maiden in November.

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