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Waller with five-pronged attack on Group 1 Doomben Cup9 months ago
Champion trainer Chris Waller will have a handful of runners in Saturday's Group 1 Doomben Cup (2000m).
Heading his quintet is classy mare Youngstar, which will jump from gate nine (if the emergencies fail to get a run) in the 16-horse field under Kerrin McEvoy.
The four-year-old hasn't won since taking out the G1 Queensland Oaks in May, 2018, but she finish within a length of the great Winx in last year's G1 Turnbull Stakes.
Youngstar – the $4.60 Fixed Odds favourite with tab.com.au - has been unplaced in two runs this time in.
Waller also has Life Less Ordinary ($7, barrier 10), Mister Sea Wolf ($13, three), Shillelagh ($8, two) and Savvy Coup ($51, 13).
Kris Lees has three runners engaged, with Big Duke ($26, six), Hallelujah Boy ($17, 15) and Gem Song ($7.50, eight) all set to contest the $700,000 feature
Gwenda Markwell's in-form five-year-old Archedemus ($7.50) – a winner of his past two starts - drew poorly in 17. Corey Brown will take the ride.
Meanwhile, Mark Newnham's Scarlet Dream is the dominant $2.50 favourite for the G2 The Roses, despite drawing gate 13.
Blake Shinn will ride the Sebring filly, which ran second to Verry Elleegant in the G1 ATC Oaks last time out.
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