Ante-post favourite Deja heads 23 confirmed runners for Doncaster's November Handicap on Saturday, a race which also features the well-supported Collide.
Deja, owned by Phoenix Thoroughbreds, has won his last four starts and was last seen running out an easy winner of a Kempton handicap in July.
Ian Williams, who won the 1m4f contest two years ago with Saunter, runs four including Speed Company and Reshoun.
Collide, who is owned by Khalid Abdullah, will have champion apprentice Cieren Fallon in the saddle and runs for the first time since July.
Passion And Glory, trained by Saeed bin Suroor, is the sole runner for Godolphin. Bin Suroor won the £70,000 contest in 2016 with Prize Money, who landed a Group 2 at Meydan four months later.
Jumps trainers are also figure highly with Paul Nicholls and Alan King represented by Birds Of Prey and Scarlet Dragon.
Andrew Balding, fresh from success in the Group 1 Vertem Futurity Trophy at Newcastle, will saddle Diocletian. The son of Camelot was an emphatic winner at Chester in September.