IT'S all change for the International Vase on December 10 but Hong Kong racegoers now look certain to see brilliant British champion jockey Frankie Dettori again in action at Sha Tin. The Breeders' Cup and other late-season Group One contests in the Northern Hemisphere have taken their expected toll of early International Races entries from that part of the world with the 2,400-metre Vase the hardest hit. Out go Freedom Cry and Presenting with trainer John Gosden stating recently that Tamure was highly unlikely to run. All three horses had placed behind the brilliant Lammtarra, Europe's Horse of the Year. Exciting Coral Eclipse runner-up Singspiel currently stands his ground and does look likely to make the trip for trainer Michael Stoute and leading owner Sheik Mohammad. 'When I left to come to Hong Kong, Singspiel was still en route to Hong Kong and Michael is keen to run him. And I think he would take a lot of beating in the Vase, particularly as it is cutting up already,' said Irish champion Mick Kinane, who partnered Singspiel in his second placing behind the brilliant Halling in the Eclipse, and who has the ride in the Vase. Clive Brittain's Needle Gun has already been invited as the first two Vase reserves, Riyadian and Kaldounevess, have also dropped out. The all-conquering, Dubai-based Godolphin operation will now only be represented in the featured Group Two International Cup over 1,800 metres. However, they will not run exciting Charnwood Forest and are almost certain to scratch Tamayaz to let in the third reserve, Triarius, believed to be their designated runner. Director of Racing Philip Johnston said yesterday: 'The first reserve Darnay, also a Godolphin horse, has been taken out so it is up to them whether they wish to bring Tamayaz, who is already in, or Triarius, who would get in if Tamayaz does not come. 'We understand that Frankie Dettori will ride the Godolphin horse and it would certainly be worth his while, it is a valuable race.' Dettori has again carried all before him in his highly successful campaign to retain his British title. He is due in Melbourne today to ride Bullwinkle in the Cup on Tuesday and then heads for Italy. Plans after that include a dash to Japan for the Japan Cup, a break in Phuket and then Hong Kong for the December 10 showdown at Sha Tin. With the International Cup lineup cutting up slightly, French galloper Volochine, who finished third in the same race last year and then second in the inaugural international running of the Queen Elizabeth II Cup in April, is certain of an invitation. 'We are simply waiting to hear officially what they are doing with the Godolphin horses, but an invitation to Volochine is a matter of course,' said Johnston. With Triarius virtually certain to come from Dubai, the new reserves for the 1,800-metre Cup will be Just Happy, who is trained by Michael Stoute, and Irish Guineas runner-up Adjareli, listed as trained by John Oxx on the Curragh. The original lineup for the International Bowl over 1,400 metres remains unchanged with the trainers of Bin Ajwaed (Ben Hanbury), Desert Style (Jim Bolger) and Young Ern (Simon Dow) all accepting. Revised entries for the Group Two International Cup and the International Vase are as follows: Cup: 1, Shaanxi; 2, Tamayaz (very doubtful) or Triarius; 3, Volochine. Reserves: 1, Just Happy; 2, Adjareli (very doubtful); 3, Nicolette. Vase: 1, Singspiel; 2, Tamure (very doubtful); 3, Needle Gun; 4, Partipral. Reserves: 1, Gunboat Diplomacy; 2, Tot Ou Tard.