Doncaster Mile winner More Joyous is among a high-class field of eight for Saturday’s Group One Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick.
While Sincero was not among the acceptances for the 2000m race due to a foot abscess, 2010 Melbourne Cup winner Americain and the in-form Manighar were both there.
Americain again had no luck with the draw and will jump from the outside barrier with More Joyous in gate seven and Manighar two.
New Zealander Jimmy Choux fared well with barrier four.
Atlantic Jewel has the inside for her first weight-for-age test in the Group One All Aged Stakes (1400m) with Rain Affair to start from the outside gate in the field of seven.
Unbeaten juvenile Pierro has drawn six for the Group One Champagne Stakes (1600m), the final leg of the two-year-old triple crown.
He will face eight rivals including his Gai Waterhouse-trained stablemate Raceway, who drew three, and last-start winner Dear Demi who drew nine.