The Jockey Club will be asked to intervene in a dispute that may have cost International Bowl winner Catalan Opening a place in the Queen Elizabeth II Cup field. Cox Plate winner Dane Ripper, Catalan Opening and recent Australian Group Two winner, Delinquent, were all entered for the April 19 renewal of the QEII Cup at Sha Tin by legendary Australian trainer Bart Cummings. But only Delinquent appears in the list of Australian entries - a fact discovered by an upset Cummings when the trainer was approached in regard to vaccinations for that horse. Cummings' personal assistant, Bill Charles, explained: 'We immediately asked about the other two horses, Catalan Opening and Dane Ripper, but they knew nothing about them. 'We then got on to the Australian Jockey Club (AJC) and they said they had not received the entries. 'We then submitted the time-stamped fax forms with the confirmation message but the AJC said they could do nothing about it.' Director of racing Philip Johnston, currently in Melbourne, will be asked to intercede when he returns to duty as the mix-up could cost one or other of the horses a possible place in the QEII Cup lineup. Said Charles: 'Basically, we want the Hong Kong Jockey Club to accept our entry, which we submitted in the normal way, within the time frame, to the AJC and which they have said they did not receive.' Catalan Opening, due to resume racing in 10 days time following his brilliant International Bowl win in a Group One contest, would be a major drawcard for the QEII Cup, while mare Dane Ripper was a massive Cox Plate success. With just one Japanese runner entered for the 2,000-metre QEII Cup, a third place in the lineup has gone to Australia.