A full field of 14 plus two emergencies has been declared for the final Group One race of the Sydney autumn carnival, the All Aged Stakes.
Favourite Santa Ana Lane has drawn barrier one for Saturday’s 1400m-feature at Randwick while last year’s winner Pierata will jump from nine.
Santa Ana Lane finished second to Nature Strip in the TJ Smith last Saturday week while Pierata was fourth.
There are four three-year-olds in the race, Bivouac, Brandenburg, Super Seth and Standout while Cosmic Force is second emergency.
The other Group One race, the Champagne Stakes (1600m) for two-year-olds has a field of 10 with Sires’ Produce Stakes winner King’s Legacy drawn in barrier three.
Trained by Peter and Paul Snowden, King’s Legacy will be the only horse to compete in the three legs of the juvenile triple crown, finishing midfield in the Golden Slipper before his Group One Sires’ victory.
With fine weather in Sydney this week, the meeting is likely to be run on a good track.