Favourite Perfect Reflection has drawn barrier two as she bids to turn the tables on Scales Of Justice and Good Project in Australia’s final Group One race of the year, the Kingston Town Classic.
The mare finished third behind Scales Of Justice and Good Project in the Group One Railway Stakes when they met at Ascot in Perth last Saturday week.
Scales Of Justice led all the way to win the Railway and has drawn the outside gate in the 16-horse field on Saturday while Good Project jumps from five.
To be ridden by William Pike, Perfect Reflection is at $3.80 with New Zealander Kawi, an unlucky sixrh in the Railway, at $5.
Scales Of Justice is at $6.50 with Good Project and his Chris Waller-trained stablemate Mackintosh at $10.
Hong Kong’s Douglas Whyte will once again fly to Perth to ride Scales Of Justice.