Winx, the superstar of Australian racing, is back in work as she looks to plunder more Group One races in the autumn.
The champion mare defended her Cox Plate crown with a devastating eight-length win, her 13th-straight victory.
Australians Takedown and Rebel Dane have finished out of the money in the Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin.
Trainer Matthew Smith's leading lights Faraway Town, Heart Testa and Frill Seeking are set to trial at Randwick ahead of stakes missions.
Trainer Matthew Dale has welcomed four-time Group One-placegetter Fell Swoop back to his stable as he prepares him for autumn's Group One sprints.
Moonee Valley debut winner Catchy has made such an impression on Craig Williams the jockey rates the two-year-old filly a Group One horse.
The addition of blinkers has helped Hell Or Highwater win five of her past six races and now black type beckons for the Lindsay Park-trained mare.
Trainer Tony McEvoy has already trained five juvenile winners this season and hopes Vinland can add to that in the $500,000 Inglis Nursery at Randwick.
Apprentice jockey James Innes is showing growing maturity and has taken the lead in the junior riders' Sydney premiership.
Premier Victorian trainer Darren Weir says Kenjorwood will probably head to Sydney for the Group Two Villiers Stakes.
Smart Brisbane galloper Cylinder Beach is likely to miss the Group Two Villiers in Sydney and instead run in Brisbane.
Promising three-year-old Starcourt will step up from maiden to stakes class in the Vo Rogue Plate.