Fake Love and Readily Availabull remain under an injury cloud for the Magic Millions 2YO Classic.
Queensland Racing Integrity Commission stewards ordered vet examinations of the juveniles after they were showing signs of lameness on Thursday.
The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace trained filly Fake Love has received treatment after experiencing slight lameness in the near foreleg.
The John Sargent trained Readily Availabull was also showing similar signs of lameness in the near foreleg after arriving at the Gold Coast on Thursday morning.
The duo will have to undergo another inspection on Friday before stewards make the call on whether they can run in the Millions.
Fake Love, who won the Debutant Stakes at Caulfield at her debut in October, is a $15 chance with TAB fixed odds after drawing barrier 20 while Readily Availabull, the Magic Millions Clockwise Classic winner at Ballarat, is a $23 outsider.