A field of 11 has been declared for the Group One Thousand Guineas which includes the Peter Moody-trained Bring Me The Maid who confirmed her place with a strong trackwork gallop in blinkers at Caulfield on Tuesday.
Bring Me The Maid failed in her most recent start in the Thousand Guineas Prelude but has pleased trainer Peter Moody since and will be out to bounce back in the 1600m fillies feature on Saturday at Caulfield.
Champagne Stakes winner Go Indy Go will chase her second Group One win and she will be ridden by Steven Arnold.
David Hayes and Tom Dabernig will be represented by Prelude winner Afleet Esprit who will be going for her fourth win in a row this campaign.
Robert Smerdon has accepted with Lumosty but will save Edward Manifold Stakes winner Fontein Ruby for the Caulfield Classic (2000m) next weekon her way to the VRC Oaks.