Kool Kompany has been supplemented for what looks a white-hot renewal of the Keeneland Phoenix Stakes at the Curragh on Sunday.
Richard Hannon's talented youngster was added to the Group One over six furlongs after claiming big-race honours in the Prix Robert Papin at Maisons-Laffitte last month.
He had previously won the Railway Stakes at the Curragh on June 28.
As many as 14 rivals, including exceptional Queen Mary winner Anthem Alexander and Kool Kompany's stablemate, Tiggy Wiggy, could stand in his way.
The Wow Signal, John Quinn's unbeaten Coventry Stakes scorer, is also poised to chart a route from North Yorkshire to Ireland.
Quinn told At The Races: "I'm very pleased with him. He's very versatile and he can go on any ground."
English interests could be further spiked by the presence of Ahlan Emarati and Mind Of Madness, trained respectively by Peter Chapple-Hyam and David Brown.
Aidan O'Brien must choose from Dick Whittington, Rule The Waves, The Great War, War Envoy, I Am Beautiful and Simply A Star.
The unbeaten Beach Belle, trained by Kevin Prendergast, is still in the hunt, as is Cappella Sansevero from Ger Lyons' yard and Johnny Murtagh's Kasbah.