Irish visitor Ten Sovereigns will not run in the inaugural $7.5 million Golden Eagle at Rosehill.
The 1500m-race for four-year-olds on Saturday was a post-Everest option for July Cup winner Ten Sovereigns but trainer Aidan Oâ€™Brien has told Racing NSW stewards the horse will not take part.
Ten Sovereigns finished last of the 12 runners in the $14 million The Everest on October 19.
His stablemate Never No More remains in the mix for the Golden Eagle and is a $15 chance with Doncaster Mile winner Brutal the market leader at $3.80 ahead of Arcadia Queen at $4.20.
Another northern hemisphere-trained horse, Beat Le Bon, is safely in the Golden Eagle field but I Am Superman will have to rely on several non-acceptors on Tuesday to make the final 18.
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