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Tosen Basil, Admire Robson and Cassius are bound for the Darren Weir stable, while Happy Moment and Danon Roman will join fellow Japanese import Ambitious at Anthony Freedman's stable.
Cups contender Tosen Basil is the headline act having finished sixth in Japan's premier two-mile race, the Tenno Sho, at his last appearance. A lightly-raced six-year-old, he finished third to Highland Reel in the Group One Hong Kong Vase three starts back.
Happy Moment and sprinter-miler Cassius have raced exclusively in Group company in Japan over the past 12 months, while Admire Robson, who has been unplaced just once in nine starts, and Danon Roman show staying talent.
Waterhouse and Bott take over the training of Hush Writer hoping the northern hemisphere-bred three-year-old can emulate last year's Melbourne Cup winner Rekindling. Placed in all three starts in France, including last month's Group Two Prix Hocquart, Hush Writer is likely to begin his spring campaign in September.