AS many as 10 Europeans could enter quarantine tomorrow for the Melbourne Cup. While the Johnny Murtagh trained Royal Diamond, winner of the Irish St Leger Trial, is not expected to be among them there are rumblings that Dermot Weld may reconsider a trip to Melbourne with Voleuse De Coeurs, reports Racing Network.

After Voleuse De Coeurs demolished her rivals in the Irish St Leger, Weld ruled out a Melbourne Cup trip with the mare.
But, Racing Victoria's international consultant Leigh Jordon said he was hearing that Weld may he reconsidering.
Jordon said Joshua Tree, winner of the Canadian International and runner-up in the Prix Kergorlay, may be another surprise entrant in quarantine.
Joshua Tree is a stablemate of 2011 Melbourne Cup runner-up Red Cadeaux.
Jordon said Dunaden, Red Cadeaux, Tres Blue, Mount Athos, Brown Panther, Vereema, Royal Empire and Ahzeemah were all considered definitely for the next intake of internationals.
He said any European horse planning to run ins the Melbourne Cup had to enter quarantine on Thursday night Melbourne time with the Godolphin runners Royal Empire and Ahzeemah the exception.
Royal Empire is entered to run in the Group 3 Cumberland Lodge Stakes (2400 m) at Ascot on Saturday night.
Given that Godolphin owns it's own aircraft, Royal Empire and Ahzeemah can enter quarantine after the Ascot race and arrive in Melbourne two days after the other internationals.