Godolphin-trained horses continue to dominate the market for Saturday’s Group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm after yesterday’s barrier draw.
Pohutukawa has assumed favouritism for the $500,000 prize, being cut to $5.50 from $8 after drawing barrier five. Her stablemate and former favourite Savatiano has eased from $5 to $6 after drawing barrier 15, although she is likely to start from gate 12 with emergencies drawn inside her.
The only other single-figure runner is fellow James Cummings-trained filly Multaja, who has barrier 13 and is an $8 chance.
Chris Waller has accepted all five of his nominations and they remained solid in the market, with the highest-rated Invincibella at $11 and last year’s winner Prompt Response at $13.