Santa Ana Lane and Pierata head a stellar list of nominations for the All Aged Stakes on the final Group One day of the Sydney autumn carnival.
They are among eight Group One winners in the 22 entries for Saturday’s 1400m-feature at Randwick which has a field limit of 14.
The Anthony Freedman-trained Santa Ana Lane finished second in the TJ Smith Stakes won by Nature Strip while Pierata from the Greg Hickman stable was fourth.
Freedman has also entered Caulfield Guineas winner Super Seth, one of seven three-year-olds nominated.
Godolphin has four entries but trainer James Cummings has indicated three-year-old Bivouac is likely to be the stable’s sole runner.
There were 12 entries taken on Monday for the other Group One race on the program, the Champagne Stakes (1600m) for two-year-olds.
They are led by the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained King’s Legacy, ninth in the Golden Slipper before winning the Group One ATC Sires’ Prodice Stakes.