Group One winning stablemates Yes Yes Yes and Kings Will Dream will add further star power to the Expressway Stakes meeting when they gallop together between races at Randwick.
Glen Boss will be reunited with Everest winner Yes Yes Yes on Saturday after Nash Rawiller warmed the saddle in a recent barrier trial while Boss was on holidays.
Boss will also renew his acquaintance with Expressway candidate Kolding who he rode to win the Group One Epsom Handicap and inaugural $7.5 million Golden Eagle in the spring.
Yes Yes Yes is being aimed at the Group One Lightning Stakes at Flemington on February 15 along with his Chris Waller-trained stablemate Nature Strip.
On the same day Kolding won the Epsom, Kings Will Dream took out the Turnbull Stakes to add to Randwick wins by Funstar (Flight) and Come Play With Me (Metropolitan) to give Waller a clean sweep of the day’s Group One races.
The Waller-trained Night’s Watch, Shared Ambition and Youngstar will also work between races at the Randwick meeting.