The Fugue handed stall seven
Last Updated: 28/10/13 9:11pm
The Fugue: Drawn in stall seven
The Fugue will race from stall seven after the draw for the Breeders' Cup Turf took place at Santa Anita on Monday evening.
John Gosden's star filly, who runs over the longer trip of the Turf and against male counterparts as opposed to the Filly & Mare Turf, confirmed her well-being when winning the Irish Champion Stakes in September.
That was her most recent start as she missed both the Arc meeting and British Champions Day due to unsuitably soft ground.
She was beaten less than two lengths in the Filly & Mare Turf 12 months ago.
Aidan O'Brien elected to run Magician in the Turf rather than the Mile, and the Irish 2,000 Guineas winner was drawn in 11.
Last year's winner, the Dale Romans-trained Little Mike, goes from four.
Richard Hannon's Olympic Glory runs in the Mile and retains the blinkers he wore for the first time in a dazzling Queen Elizabeth II Stakes triumph at Ascot.
The mount of Richard Hughes, he was drawn in gate number five, with O'Brien's Cristoforo Colombo in nine.
Standing in his way is American superstar Wise Dan, victorious 12 months ago when accounting for Animal Kingdom but surprisingly beaten last time out at Keeneland. He was handed stall eight.
Representing British interests in the Filly & Mare Turf is the Sir Michael Stoute-trained Dank, who recorded the biggest win of her career in the Beverly D. Stakes at Arlington in August, following up a Curragh Group Two success. Ryan Moore's mount drew stall one.
The Europeans hold a strong hand in the Juvenile Fillies Turf on Friday night, with Vorda in six, Marco Botti's Al Thakira in stall two and the Charlie Hills-trained Fillies' Mile heroine Chriselliam - who is part-owned by Willie Carson - in eight.
In the Juvenile Turf, Charlie Appleby's Outstrip drew stall four, Hannon's Shamshon 12 and the O'Brien duo Giovanni Boldini and Wilshire Boulevard two and nine respectively.