Fury heads Cambridgeshire field27/09/2012 - 11:40:01
Fury heads a maximum field of 35 for the Betfred Cambridgeshire at Newmarket on Saturday.
The William Haggas-trained four-year-old has been left with top weight following the withdrawal of Quick Wit at the 48-hour final declaration stage.
Places were tight with Mullin McLeay and Terdaad as well as Quick Wit the only horses taken out from the top of the handicap.
The race was well over-subscribed although there is a Silver Cambridgeshire, the Standing For Success Handicap, taking place on Friday.
Fury has been allocated stall 33 while two past winners bidding for a second success in the first leg of the autumn double, Prince Of Johanne and Credit Swap, are drawn 24 and 31 respectively.
Marcus Tregoning will be relieved Bronze Angel has taken the final place in the field and is drawn 21. The Lambourn trainer also saddles Boom And Bust, who starts from stall two.
Ante-post market leader Mukhadram has been handed stall 17 while second favourite Chil The Kite is drawn one.
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