Waterhouse & Bott hold strong hand in Inglis Millennium field

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The sixth edition of the  will be run on Saturday afternoon at Randwick in Sydney, Australia, with a full field of 16 two-year-olds expected to take their place in the A$2 million race.

As a Restricted Listed contest, all the runners must have been purchased from the Inglis sales and nominated for the , worth around $12 million in prize money and bonuses.

With several two-year-old winners hailing from their stable at the back end of 2023 and early in 2024, the & Adrian Bott yard will have two runners compete in this race.

has opened as a +250 favourite with online bookmakers after his dominant debut victory at Rosehill on January 20, where the son of Hellbent led every step of the way and defeated King Of Roseau by 2.8 lengths.

 (+550), who is owned by Yu Long Investments, finished second on debut behind Stay Focused at on January 6, and he appears to be the & Bott stable's second seed.

Ciaron Maher's Odinson (+380) will be seeking back-to-back victories in the Inglis Race Series after the Night Of Thunder colt was a narrow winner in the $500,000 Inglis Nursery at Randwick on December 9.

Rue De Royale (+550) sits on the third line of betting after the -trained colt finished second behind Shangri La Express in the $1 million at Rosehill last start.

Following a tough and impressive win down the Flemington straight on debut last month, Zestiman (+650) rounds out the single-figure chances in the Inglis Millennium betting market.

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