Hightail Firms For Magic Millions With Win

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has been crunched in markets for the Magic Millions Classic following his Randwick win despite trainer cautioning he is not a certain runner.

The colt claimed his second win from three starts in Saturday's with his price for next week's $2 million 2YO Classic at the immediately slashed from $101 to $26 and further cut to $15.

Snowden, who trains in partnership with his son Paul, says he will wait at least a day before deciding whether Hightail makes the trip to which would mean racing on three consecutive Saturdays.

He finished third to the -trained Movie Role at Randwick a week ago with the filly also at $15 for the Magic Millions Classic.

“He probably lacks real ‘A-class' ability but he is very genuine and won easily today,” Snowden said.

“Whether he goes to the Magic Millions or not, I will make that call on Sunday.

“It's a big ask. He has raced two weeks in a row and it would mean three weeks and a road trip so it is .

“But you are racing for a lot of money and he is a two-year-old. He is up and running and doing everything right.”

The $3 favourite, Hightail raced in the first three and drew away to beat Avon River ($3.80) by 2-1/4 lengths with ($8) another half head third.

The race was shortened to 1150m with the switch of the meeting from Farm to the Kensington track because of predicted extreme temperatures in Sydney's west.

, who rode Hightail, has not yet confirmed a Magic Millions mount but says he expects to do so in the next 24 hours.

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