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First visit to Britain on agenda for brilliant Treve

Treve winning 2013 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe

BRITISH racegoers can look forward to a first glimpse of last year's joint-best horse as Treve's provisional programme includes a trip to Royal Ascot, connections revealed on Thursday.

The brilliant Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner, who shared first place with another unbeaten star in Black Caviar in the Longines World's Best Racehorse Rankings - the first time the list has been headed by two females - will be targeted at the Prince of Wales's Stakes in a schedule that could be restricted to four races.

Treve won the Prix de Diane and Prix Vermeille before taking the Arc by five lengths in a four-race campaign last year that earned her an end-of-season rating of 130, alongside Australia's Black Caviar and 1lb ahead of the horse she defeated at Longchamp, Japan's Orfevre, and US champion miler Wise Dan.

The Criquette Head-Maarek trained filly, who was bought by Sheikh Joaan Al Thani before she won the Vermeille, was one of three horses owned by the sheikh to be ranked in the world's top ten, with Olympic Glory and Toronado - both trained by Richard Hannon snr - jointly rated 125.

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