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Giant's Causeway is among 22 horses who have stood their ground for the £250,000 Champagne Lanson Sussex Stakes at Glorious Goodwood on August 2nd.

The colt, winner of the St James's Palace Stakes and Coral-Eclipse Stakes, is one of four possible raiders from Ballydoyle along with Saffron Walden, Manhattan and Monashee Mountain.

Dubai Millennium is among an eight-strong squad from Godolphin.

The Saeed bin Suroor-trained team also includes last year's winner Aljabr, 1999 2000 Guineas hero Island Sands and French and Irish 2000 Guineas victor Bachir.

Coronation Stakes winner Crimplene is another with this Group One prize as an option.

Notable withdrawals include leading miler Sendawar and Sagitta 1000 Guineas heroine Lahan.

A record total of 83 entries have today been revealed for the £100,000 William Hill Mile at Glorious Goodwood on August 3rd.

The weights are headed by the Marcus Tregoning-trained Albarahin (9st 11lb) who finished second to Lady Angharad in the Tote Exacta Stakes at Sandown last Friday on his seasonal debut.

Also high in the weights is Siege (9-10) one of two Godolphin entries along with Maidaan (9-5).

Sir Michael Stoute has three entries as he attempts to follow up last year's victory with Lonesome Dude.

His trio is headed by Royal Hunt Cup winner Caribbean Monarch (9-9) and is completed by Sharmy (9st) and Secret Agent (8-5).

John Ferneley (9-1), Persiano (8-11) and Pythios (9-6), who filled the minor placings behind Caribbean Monarch at Ascot, are also among the possibles for the race.

Another Royal Ascot winner El Gran Papa (8-1) is one of six possibles for John Gosden along with Hymn (8-9), winner of two starts this term, and Strahan (8-8), who finished third in the Wokingham Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Other notable entries include Bomb Alaska (9-8), who defeated Albarahin in last year's Listed Ben Marshall Stakes, Showboat (9-8), winner of last season's Royal Hunt Cup, and Pulau Tioman (9-6), who was successful for Michael Jarvis in the Coral Rosebery Handicap at Kempton in April.

Goodwood clerk of the course Rod Fabricius said: "This year's record number of entries for the William Hill Mile indicates just how popular the race has become with owners and trainers alike."