Dettori has picked up the notable mount on the David Lanigan-trained Worth Waiting in a stellar renewal of the Group 1 Juddmonte Pretty Polly Stakes.
Opposition to Worth Waiting includes the Epsom Oaks runner-up Pink Dogwood and the Charlie Appleby-trained Wild Illusion.
Dettori has also been booked by Luke Comer to partner Raa Atoll in the Comer Group International Curragh Cup.
Last year’s Irish Derby winner Latrobe heads a field of ten for the Group 2 contest. Their rivals include the Group 1-placed Mustajeer and last year’s third Twilight Payment. Aidan O’Brien’s three strong challenge is headed by last year’s English St Leger third Southern France.
There is further Group 2 action on Friday with the Airlie Stud Stakes where a field of twelve will go to post. These are headed by Jessica Harrington’s course and distance winner and supplementary entry Albigna and the Willie McCreery-trained Ickworth who won the first two-year-old Listed race of the season and will be bidding to bounce back from a luckless trip to Royal Ascot.
The ground is currently described as good to yielding, yielding in places on the straight track and good, good to yielding on the round track.