New Zealand mare Francaletta will make her Australian racing debut in the Guy Walter Stakes at Randwick, the starting point of her final preparation.
Mighty Boss, Holy Snow and Grunt are in top order ahead of their bid to give Mick Price a third win in the Australian Guineas.
Trainer Andrew Williamson's noted ability to get the best out of veteran gallopers will again be tested with Our Boy Nicholas.
Former West Australian galloper Black Heart Bart is among seven eastern states-trained competitors in the capacity field for the Railway Stakes in Perth.
Trainer Clarry Conners is building his team of two-year-olds with Capitulate entered to make his debut in the $150,000 Golden Gift at Rosehill.
Adelaide mare Viddora will be among the feature race contenders in Perth having made the trip west for the Group One Winterbottom Stakes.
Rosehill trainer Gary Moore will take promising two-year-old Paquirri to Ballarat for his debut ahead of a Magic Millions campaign.
Observational has been flown to Perth for a Group One race at Ascot despite missing an important lead-up after being controversially scratched from Sandown.
Alinghi, the champion three-year-old filly of her year, has died aged 16 while giving birth at Arrowfield Stud.
Five racehorses owned by convicted con man Peter Foster have been disqualified from Victorian races won in the name of Ciaron Maher's former racing manager.
Trainer Archie Alexander is looking forward to testing in-form Wheal Leisure in the Group Three Geelong Cup when the mare steps up to 2400m.
Brad Rawiller has failed in his appeal against the severity of a 14-meeting careless riding suspension.
After winning the Schillaci Stakes first-up, talented sprinting mare Super Cash will now chase a Group One win in the Manikato Stakes at Moonee Valley.
Boom Time has been penalised 1kg for his Caulfield Cup win and will carry 53kg in the Melbourne Cup.
Suspended trainer Ciaron Maher's former racing manager Ben Connolly has admitted five horses raced in his name were actually owned by con man Peter Foster.
Archie Alexander is looking towards the VRC Oaks with Temple Of Bel, a daughter of former Blue Diamond Stakes winner Bel Esprit.
Consistent stayer Social Element will step up in grade in the City Tattersalls Club Cup at Randwick.
Dulcify Quality winner Ataraxia gets a chance to press his Victoria Derby claims when he steps up to 2000m in the Group Three Caulfield Classic.
Lindsay Park may have unearthed a long-range Cups contender after Sin To Win scored a fighting win at Caulfield.
Trainer Tony McEvoy is keen to try former Perth sprinter Cool Passion over 1400m in the Tristarc Stakes with a view to a possible start...
Daysee Doom and Dixie Blossoms will prepare for the Myer Classic at Flemington in The Nivison at Randwick.
Lord Fandango and Big Duke cannot be penalised for the Caulfield Cup after their weekend wins at Caulfield and Randwick respectively.
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After winning the Herbert Power Stakes on Lord Fandango, apprentice Ben Allen will take the ride on the stayer in the Caulfield Cup.
Menari will not be seen again this spring but his stablemate Trapeze Artist is recovering well from a setback.