Parish Hall was the notable absentee from the final field of 18 for the QIPCO 2000 Guineas with Joseph O'Brien confirmed as the rider of Camelot.
Jim Bolger's Dewhurst winner swerves the contest because of the prevailing soft ground.
With Furner's Green taken out of the Classic, Power will be the only other Ballydoyle runner alongside Camelot and Ryan Moore partners him.
As expected the Godolphin pair Mandaean and Mighty Ambition were not declared.
Richard Hannon has four runners headed by Craven winner Trumpet Major (Richard Hughes). He is joined in the field by stablemates Bronterre (Jamie Spencer), Coup de Ville (Paul Hanagan) and Redact (Jim Crowley).
Born To Sea (Johnny Murtagh), Top Offer (James Doyle) and Abtaal (Christophe Soumillon) were other leading fancies to stand their ground.