A field of 11, including two horses who have also accepted for interstate races, has been declared for the Group One All Aged Stakes at Randwick.
The $400,000 race on Saturday has attracted six Group One winners but one of them, top sprinting mare Snitzerland, could head north after she was paid up for the Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm.
Victorian filly Politeness, who has drawn the rails, is also an acceptor for the Robert Sangster Stakes at Morphettville.
Trainer Joe Pride has accepted with autumn Group One winners Tiger Tees and Steps In Time, who have drawn gates three and six respectively.
Rebel Dane will step out for his second run this campaign after returning when runner-up to Lankan Rupee in the TJ Smith Stakes.
Japanese mare Hana’s Goal, to be ridden by Nash Rawiller, will add an international flavour to the race.
Ten two-year-olds have paid up for the Champagne Stakes with Gerald Ryan supplying three runners – Bachman, Peggy Jean and Lucky Raquie.
Peggy Jean will be trying to add the Champagne to her Sires’ Produce Stakes win at Randwick.
Victorian filly Veuvelicious is expected to back up after winning the Fernhill Handicap last week.