Punters are cooling towards Treve ahead of her bid for an unprecedented third win in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.
The French mare has eased to odds against with bookmakers pushing her out to 11-10 with the expectation she could get bigger in the market still, with the ground drying in Paris for Sunday’s race.
“Support for Treve has dried up as quickly as the Longchamp turf. She’s now odds against and likely to drift again between now and Sunday afternoon,” a Ladbrokes spokesman said.
As expected, the John Gosden-trained Golden Horn was among Thursday’s late entries along with Shahah who will act as the pacemaker for Treve, and Spiritjim bringing the field to a likely 18.
Gosden withdrew Irish Derby winner Jack Hobbs at the latest acceptance stage but stablemate Eagle Top will run.
Golden Horn is as short as 4-1 with French Derby winner New Bay around 9-2.