Mosse comes in for Leading mount
The latest shuffle of the pack for Sunday's Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe sees 19 possibles stand their ground for the big race.
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Aidan O'Brien has pulled Camelot and Kingbarns out of the contest, but stablemate Leading Light, the St Leger winner, is one of three supplemented into the line-up alongside Treve and the Czech-trained Meandre.
Outsiders Manndawi and Yellow And Green were the two other horses taken out of the contest at the final stage.
The Fugue, for whom doubts have been expressed by connections over the prospect of soft ground, has been taken out of the line-up for the Prix de l'Opera on the same card but remains engaged in the Arc.
Criquette Head-Maarek's Treve will be reunited with Thierry Jarnet after Frankie Dettori fractured his ankle at Nottingham on Wednesday and another veteran French pilot in Gerald Mosse has been booked to ride Leading Light.
Mosse has won big races all over the world, including the 1990 Arc on Saumarez, and is often used by British and Irish-based trainers looking to take advantage of his local knowledge of the tracks in France.
O'Brien was on the lookout for a new jockey for the St Leger winner as Joseph O'Brien would not be able to get down to 8st 11lb, the allocated weight for three-year-olds.
Ryan Moore is set to continue his partnership with O'Brien's Investec Derby winner Ruler Of The World.