Flemington’s meeting on Saturday may have only one group 1 race but the card could be bolstered significantly by the reappearance of last year’s Blue Diamond Stakes and Caulfield Cup winners.
While the flagship event at Flemington is the $500,000 Australian Guineas, there will be plenty of interest in the support card if tiny South Australian sprinting filly Miracles Of Life and the Lloyd Williams-owned Fawkner make their autumn returns.
It is understood Miracles Of Life, who won over racegoers last autumn with a succession of wins but had problems in the spring, will leave Adelaide for Melbourne if she performs well in a trial on Tuesday.
The three-year-old is entered to take on the open sprinters in the Bob Hoysted Stakes (1100 metres).
Fawkner, who so impressively won the Caulfield Cup and performed bravely in the Melbourne Cup, is entered to contest the Rewards Handicap (1400m). He has been allotted top weight of 61 kilograms and is joined in the entries by stablemates Foundry, Ranked, Tanby and The United States.
Former Irish horse Foundry got his Australian career off to a winning start in a 1400-metre event at Flemington on February 15.
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