Racing: Baroque heads for Chantilly

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High Baroque, Peter Chapple-Hyam's unbeaten Chester Vase winner, was supplemented yesterday for Sunday's Prix du Jockey-Club (French Derby) at a cost of 250,000 francs (pounds 32,938).

Chapple-Hyam is likely to be three-handed at Chantilly because he also plans to run Astor Place (Pat Eddery) and Polaris Flight (Michael Kinane). John Reid rides High Baroque.

Godolphin's Don Micheletto (Frankie Dettori) was also supplemented for the race, which will now have a maximum field of 15. French-trained Loup Solitaire has been pulled out because of back problems.