Day 2 of the Championship turns out to be another fascinating sight with world-class runners set to star in four Group 1 competitions at Randwick on Saturday.
In the face of what is certain to be another seriously competitive version of the Queen Elizabeth Stakes (QE) Stakes (2000m), racing enthusiasts will be treated to another thrilling performance as three of the The sport’s greatest potential will be head-to-head.
With (Bradman-esque) running across the board, Verry Elleegant was well-deserved favorite for the $4 million feature, as the championship mare is set to replace her in what has hitherto been a favorite. was missing the six-year-old girl from her previous two attempts.
Featured on her tail in the bet is colt superstar Anamoe – who in his own right now has ‘bragging rights’ to the favorite, after beating her at home in last year’s edition belong to Cox Tấm sheet. Unfortunately, Godolphin’s boom colt will bring a small question mark in the race after appearing with elevated temperatures and mild blood abnormalities a week after the 2000m event.
Annabel Neasham’s ace Zaaki lotion is sure to gain a lot of market attention once again, following his sensational win in the All-Star Mile last month.
Round in this thrilling bout are Tancred Stakes winner Duais and Ranvet Stakes winner Montefilia – two horses that will not lack confidence, after their final starting run to once again achieve Group success. first.
With Duais potentially heading for QE, Chris Waller’s gel Crystal Pegasus is tipped to overcome bias for the Sydney Cup (3200m), as he picks up a fifth straight win and it will be the winner. his first job.
Stable members Chalk Stream, Surefire, and No Compromise are also likely to land a spot in the $2 million event and are sure to provide stiff competition after their game efforts in Queen’s Cup – in which the second person saluted the field.
As for the three-year-old fillings in Australian Oaks (2400m), last month’s Vinery Stud Stakes form is sure to play some role, with Gypsy Goddess, Hinged, Pink Ivory and Yearning all likely to appear.
Godolphin duo Honeycreeper and Mamounia are expected to make a quick comeback following their eye-popping performance in last week’s Adrian Knox Stakes – with the former dropping out of Group 3 on all-out fashion.
Looking to add a third Group 1 win to her count, five-year-old mare Colette sits atop the early markets to take down Queen Of The Turf Stakes (1600m).
Other hot nominations expected to line up against the ‘Green Legion’ soldier’s fierce rivals are curvaceous Victorian Yonce, Icebath-backed Doncaster locator and winner Vinery Stud Staking is Fangirl.
Day 2 of the Championship will also feature the Province-Mid Championship Finals (1400m), as well as the South Pacific Finals (1400m) and the Fernhill Mile Handicap.
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