Power ride for Hanagan
Last year's Betfred.com Temple Stakes winner Sole Power faces 12 rivals in this year's renewal with Paul Hanagan taking the ride.
Eddie Lynam's sprinter has already been successful at Group One level in the Nunthorpe Stakes and warmed up for the European season in Dubai, where he finished second on two occasions.
In opposition is last year's Prix de l'Abbaye winner Tangerine Trees, the Group One-winning veteran Borderlescott and the Roger Charlton-trained Bated Breath, who has gone very close at the highest level.
Robert Cowell did not declare King's Stand winner Prohibit, with Jim Crowley instead taking the mount on stablemate Spirit Quartz, while the Newmarket trainer also runs Monsieur Joe.
Confessional, Elusivity, Masamah, Medicean Man and Swiss Dream will also be representing the older horses, while two interesting three-year-olds complete the field.
Kevin Ryan's Bapak Chinta, winner of the Norfolk Stakes, will be having his first outing since a disappointing effort in the Middle Park.
The Richard Hannon-trained Lowther winner Best Terms drops back to the minimum trip after two ordinary runs over seven furlongs.