Prix du Jockey Club hero Mishriff was the star attraction among five horses who were added to the Grand Prix de Paris at a special second entry stage.
Derby runner-up Khalifa Sat and Dante winner Thunderous were entered for the 1m4f Group 1 which, as part of the fallout from the coronavirus suspension, will be run at Longchamp on Qatar Arc Trials day in place of the Prix Niel.
The Grand Prix could have a significant bearing on the St Leger, which is run 24 hours earlier and for which both horses are towards the upper reaches of the ante-post market.
Khalifa Sat ranges in price from 10-1 to 14-1, while Thunderous, who lowered the colours of the well-regarded Highest Ground at York, trades at 16-1 for the Doncaster showpiece.
France Galop took the unusual step of offering a second chance to enter as initial entries for the race – traditionally run on July 14 – were made back in February.
Mishriff's addition to the race was widely anticipated since the Grand Prix is effectively a 'win and you're in' for the Qatar Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, which would otherwise have required connections to stump up €72,000 in order to supplement.
Currently without a sponsor, the St Leger was run last year for a total of £700,000 but is likely to be substantially down on that in the current climate, while runners in the Longchamp race will be competing for €360,000 in line with the blanket 40 per cent cut in France's Group 1 prize-money allocation.
Derby Italiano winner Tuscan Gaze and the William Haggas-trained Roberto Escobarr were also added at the second entry stage.