New Zealand-trained It’s A Dundeel has drawn the rails for his return to racing in the Group One Chipping Norton Stakes at Warwick Farm.
The five-time Group One winner will have seven rivals on Saturday as he starts a run towards the $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes.
His opposition will include Boban, a star of last year’s spring carnivals in Sydney and Melbourne who will be trying to find top form after two sub-par runs since a break.
It’s A Dundeel won last year’s Randwick Guineas over the Chipping Norton course as part of his autumn triple crown heroics.
Boban has drawn barrier four while the only three-year-old in the weight-for-age race, the Gai Waterhouse-trained Order Of The Sun, will start from the widest alley.