PreviewsWilliam Haggas holds a particularly strong hand with his trio of runners headed by Sinjaari, who attempts to follow in the footsteps of Pasternak by winning both the John Smith's Cup and the Cambridgeshire in the same season. The son of Camelot received an 8lb rise for his York victory and comes into this a fresh horse having missed a couple of engagements since on account of the ground. Montatham has been extremely reliable in big handicaps all season and may have found the going too quick when second in Listed company at Sandown last week, but it is the third of the Haggas string, ILARAAB, who shades the vote. A progressive three-year-old, the colt has won his last four outings, including a competitive handicap at Newbury last week, and any rainfall will only enhance his chances under a 4lb penalty. Tempus won outright at Ascot on his most recent outing and boasts the ideal profile for this contest, while Sir Busker, another who has enjoyed a fine campaign, and Al Rufaa, who bids to make it a hat-trick in this contest for John Gosden and Frankie Dettori, are others that appeal considerably.