Dual Group One winner She Will Reign has been retired and is expected to head to stud in the northern hemisphere after inflammation was found in her airway.
Jockey Michael Dee rode the final winner at the Sandown midweek card before stewards suspended him for 10 meetings on a careless riding charge.
Lightly raced colt Declarationofheart has remained unbeaten with a first-up win at Sandown and will be put on a path towards the Group One Caulfield Guineas.
Parwan Prince has given Jade Darose her first city win as a trainer, with the midweek victory also a metropolitan first for apprentice rider Lucinda Doodt.
Miss Fabulass, the best-bred horse at Canterbury, has come away with the type of win expected from an odds-on favourite.
Trainer Ciaron Maher may have missed his chance at the Mongol Derby but his replacement Adrian Corboy and Annabel Neasham have won the endurance test.
Godolphin star Kementari will take his place against Winx at Randwick as the great mare chases her 26th consecutive win.
Long Leaf and Tony Nicconi will represent Lindsay Park when they line up against each in the Vain Stakes at Caulfield.
Trainer Matt Dunn will leave it up to owner John Haseler whether impressive former English mare Meccabah races on after her Doomben win.
Dual Group One winner Hey Doc has had a gallop between races at Sandown as he prepares for his return to racing.