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Mixed barrier draws for key runners

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A small but select field of three-year-old fillies will greet the starter in Saturday’s G1 Australian Oaks (2400m) at Royal Randwick on Day Two of The Championships.

And the key runners had mixed results at Tuesday morning’s barrier draw, with last-start Vinery winner Hungry Heart faring best of them – landing barrier three.

The daughter of Frankel was huge winning the Vinery, coming from last to run down Harmony Rose (barrier five) on a track that favoured those racing on the rails.

Kerrin McEvoy will ride the Chris Waller-trained filly.



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