Haggas has six appeal
William Haggas dominates the final field for the Betfred Cambridgeshire at Newmarket after declaring all six of his entries.
Haggas will run the hat-trick seeking Graphic (Frankie Dettori, stall 20), Queensbury Rules (Ryan Moore, 18), Nine Realms (Liam Jones, six), Danchai (William Buick, eight), Arsaadi (Ahmed Ajtebi, 11) and Fury (John Fahy, 27).
Brian Ellison's Top Notch Tonto (24) and Hugo Palmer's Ascription (29), for whom Joseph O'Brien has been booked, were both declared but both trainers have stated they would prefer to see rain to aid their causes.
Ellison's Pacific Heights was the 35th and final runner to make the cut.
Last year's winner Bronze Angel (22) takes his chance under George Baker, red-hot Johnny Murtagh has been booked for Educate (four) while 2011 winner Prince Of Johanne is back again with Graham Lee (15) on board.
Last week's Ayr supremo Oisin Murphy has been booked by George Baker for Jack's Revenge (7).
Clive Cox has not declared last week's Newbury winner Haafaguinea while John Quinn's Levitate, one of Murphy's four winners, was not declared, either.