Go Indy Go holds on to favouritism for the Saturday’s Thousand Guineas after drawing barrier six in the Group One race for three-year-old fillies.
The Leon Macdonald-trained Group One winner was placed in the Thousand Guineas Prelude at her most recent start and is the $4.40 top elect in the 11-horse field for the 1600m race at Caulfield.
Thousand Guineas Prelude winner Afleet Esprit, to be ridden by Damien Oliver, firmed from $6 to $5.50 after drawing the inside gate and is on the fourth line of betting.
The Peter Moody-trained Bring Me The Maid, who will wear blinkers for the first time, and last-start nine-length Sale maiden winner Lumosty share the second line of betting at $5 after drawing barriers five and seven respectively.
The Tony Gollan-trained Queensland visitor Traveston Girl drew the outside gate.