Romanised is put to face 10 rivals if he bids for a second consecutive Group One victory in France.
Last year’s Irish 2,000 Guineas hero doubled his tally with an assured display at Deauville past month and will cross the Channel once again for another tough assignment at ParisLongchamp this weekend.
Trainer Ken Condon also saddles the Success Days, who had been deployed as a pacemaker in Deauville and can be expected to embrace a similar role on Sunday.
The Aidan O’Brien-trained Circus Maximus is a third challenger. Sussex Stakes runner-up and the St James’s Palace Stakes winner yields to a mile after fading out of contention over a mile and a quarter at the Juddmonte International at York on his latest outing.
The secure star Robin Of Navan of harry Dunlop is one of four British-trained Trainers along with the Charlie Hills-trained Irish Guineas winner Phoenix Of Spain, Charlie Appleby’s Line Of Duty and Kick On from John Gosden’s lawn.
The field is performed by last season’s French 2000 Guineas hero Olmedo (Jean-Claude Rouget), the progressive Delaware (Andre Fabre), Shaman (Carlos Laffon-Parias) and Obligate (Pascal Bary).