Kinane, regarded as a potential Cups contender in the Spring, is the short priced elect with bookmakers to take out the Gunsynd Classic (1800m) this Saturday at Eagle Farm.
The Chris Waller trained three year old is staying put in Australia after connections knocked back a near $3 Million offer for the youngster with eyes towards the Spring. He looks well placed on the weekend despite the wide gate and is at $2.10 to win, easing slightly from $2.05.
The only horse considered a threat in the market is Chris Anderson trained Profit, who finally gets out in trip and is a $6 chance, touching $5.50 at one stage. You then have to go back to $8.50 to find Ballistic Boy and Sky Horse.