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Camelot tops Derby dozen

Odds-on favourite Camelot heads just 12 remaining entries for the Investec derby at Epsom on Saturday after the six-day acceptance stage.

There were no supplements into the blue riband Classic, with the 2000 Guineas winner due to go off the shortest-priced favourite for years.

His trainer Aidan O'Brien has also left in Astrology, Father Of Science, Imperial Monarch and Tower Rock.

Andrew Balding, who won the Oaks in 2003 with Casual Look, is represented by second-favourite Bonfire, winner of the Dante Stakes at York.

David Lanigan's Main Sequence is defending an unbeaten record after his victory in a trial at Lingfield, while Richard Fahey will have his first Derby runner in Mickdaam.

Rugged Cross, Thought Worthy, Minimise Risk and Hayley Turner's mount Cavaleiro complete the possibles.