Carlton tops Derby decs
Roderic O'Connor left in Epsom Classic
Last Updated: May 30, 2011 12:40pm
Carlton House tops 17 six-day declarations for the Investec Derby at Epsom.
Owned by The Queen, Sir Michael Stoute's charge became ante-post favourite for Saturday's Classic when winning the totesport Dante at York.
Seville and Pisco Sour, second and third at York, are set to renew rivalry on Saturday.
The former is trained by Aidan O'Brien who is also expected to be represented by Memphis Tennessee, Recital and Treasure Beach while he has also left Irish 2000 Guineas winner Roderic O'Connor in the race.
Pour Moi and Vadamar represent a strong French challenge for the race while Godolphin have left in Ocean War, Genius Beach and Casamento but only the former is set to run.
2000 Guineas runner Native Khan represents Classic form while John Gosden has both Masked Marvel and Nathaniel in the race.
Castlemorris King and Marhaba Malyoon complete the field.