Trainer Clive Cox is hoping for another "exciting performance" from Reckless Abandon when he puts his unbeaten record on the line in Sunday's Prix Robert Papin at Maisons-Laffitte.
The youngster grabbed Royal Ascot glory in the Norfolk Stakes following a taking racecourse debut at Doncaster in mid-May.
That Royal victory was all the more meritorious as Reckless Abandon hung violently left entering the last of the five furlongs.
Cox said: "I've been very pleased with him since Ascot, very pleased indeed.
"This looks a nice, healthy step forward for him. He's stepping up half a furlong, but that shouldn't be a problem and he gets into the race without a penalty.
"We're all very excited about him and we hope he can produce another exciting performance.
"He's quite straightforward at home, but he is still a baby.
"Hopefully what happened at Ascot won't become a regular occurrence."
Reckless Abandon will have a new rider this weekend in Gerald Mosse as Adam Kirby is serving a 21-day whip suspension he received in the Norfolk Stakes.
"Gerald is a first-class jockey and we're delighted to have secured his services," Cox said.
Joining Reckless Abandon on the trip from Britain is the Richard Hannon-trained Sir Prancealot.
The two-year-old produced one of the most impressive juvenile performances this year when successful at Sandown before being beaten into fourth in Royal Ascot's Coventry Stakes.
Freddie Head is looking forward to saddling Sara Lucille after she won a Deauville maiden last month.
Head said: "She is a nice filly and very precocious.
"She won nicely on her second start and I think she has a chance. Maybe the English horses will be hard to beat.
"I don't know how good my filly is yet. All I know is that she's precocious, she's fast, and she's ready."
The unbeaten Penny's Picnic is another strong challenger for the home team, with Snowday, Sage Melody, Via Chope and To My Valentine completing the line-up.