Beauty Parlour aims for historic Classic double at Chantilly
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By Scott Burton
O'Brien said: "We were delighted with Up when she ran second in the French 1,000 Guineas. We've been very happy with her since.
"She's stepping up in trip and, hopefully, she will stay the distance.
"Kissed likes ease in the ground and that's why she missed Epsom as conditions were a bit quick for her.
"She's in good form and the more cut there is in the ground the better it will be for her."
The Coolmore contingent is completed by Petite Noblesse (Andre Fabre/Maxime Guyon).
Zarkava's owner the Aga Khan also has three entries, including Group 1 Prix Saint-Alary winner Sagawara (Alain'de Royer-Dupre/Gerald Mosse).
She's joined by stablemate Dalkala, ridden by the owner's retained jockey Christophe Lemaire, and the supplemented Valyra (Jean-Claude Rouget/Johnny Murtagh), both of whom defend unbeaten records.
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