Andre Fabre and Aidan O&rsquo;Brien have each won two of the last five runnings of Saint&#45;Cloud&rsquo;s $348,000, Group 1 Criterium International. Sunday&rsquo;s renewal could be the icebreaker as they will saddle the two favorites for the one&#45;mile juvenile test, Fabre with Godolphin&rsquo;s undefeated French Navy, O&rsquo;Brien with Roderic O&rsquo;Connor, the game runner&#45;up to Frankel in the Dewhurst Stakes.A son of the talented young stallion Shamardal, French Navy made it 3 for 3 with a victory in the one&#45;mile, Group 3 Prix des Chenes at Longchamp on Sept. 18. A half&#45;brother to one&#45;mile, Group 3 Sovereign Stakes winner Sea Lord, he will be ridden by Maxime Guyon, who will sport Godolphin SLC&rsquo;s straw colors. Roderic O&rsquo;Connor, who broke his maiden two back by beating his Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile Turf bound stablemate Master of Hounds by 2 1/2 lengths at the Curragh, looked like the real deal leading much of the way in the seven&#45;furlong Dewhurst Stakes before giving way to the sensational Frankel. A Galileo colt, he will be partnered by Johnny Murtagh.Barry Hills and Juddmonte should be in the mix with Rerouted, winner of the seven&#45;furlong Somerville Tattersalls. A son of Stormy Atlantic, he who was briefly considered for the Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile. Anything sent out by the Aga Khan and Alain de Royer&#45;Dupre must be given every consideration, and their debut course&#45;and&#45;distance maiden winner Ziyarid is no exception. The Jean&#45;Claude Rouget&#45;trained Havane Smoker had his perfect record ended by French Navy in the Prix des Chenes when he was second by just three&#45;quarters of a length, so reversing that form is hardly out of the question.Further Breeders&rsquo; Cup Juvenile Turf clues can be gleaned from the performances of Abjer and Maiguri. Trained by Clive Brittain, Abjer beat Juvenile Turf hopeful Dux Scholar into third by 2 1/4 lengths when winning Ascot&rsquo;s one&#45;mile, Group 3 Autumn Stakes. Maiguri, second to Wootton Basset in the seven&#45;furlong, Group 1 Prix Jean&#45;Luc Lagardere, had Juvenile Turf candidate Utley 2 1/2 lengths further back in fifth that day.Rounding out the superb field is Salto. Trained by Freddie Head for the Wertheimer brothers, this son of Pivotal and course&#45;and&#45;distance Group 3 Prix Perth winner Danzigaway was second to French Navy in his first two outings, since when he has broken his maiden going a mile at Maisons&#45;Laffitte. Salto is a half&#45;brother to Santa Anita&rsquo;s Arcadia Handicap and Keeneland&rsquo;s Commonwealth Stakes winner Silent Name and will be ridden by Olivier Peslier.