9 time Tattersalls Gold Cup winning trainer Aidan O’Brien had plenty of entries for this affair, however has now whittled his runners down to just 3.
Broome has already been highly tried this season but not without rich reward, now on a bid for a four timer.
The son of Australia has been progressing well, winning a listed race on his seasonal reappearance at Naas before subsequently upgrading the last twice with Group 3 and Group 2 victories at Curragh, all over the 10f trip.
He handles the soft ground which is almost a certainty to be on offer on Sunday, boding well for his chances in this affair.
His Group 1 form is respectable, twice finishing 4th behind the likes of Stradivarius & Anthony Van Dyck, although all of his G1 form has come over quicker conditions and as previously mentioned, he will appreciate the testing conditions on offer this time around.