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81 horses remain in contention for the biggest prize on Day 1 of The Championships at Royal Randwick, following the release of 2017 Doncaster Mile first acceptances this afternoon.

Three-time Group 1 winner Le Romain has been included in 2017 Doncaster Mile first acceptances. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos

Three-time Group 1 winner Le Romain has been included in 2017 Doncaster Mile first acceptances. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos

Equine superstar and reigning champion Winx has been set for the Queen Elizabeth Stakes this season, but trainer Chris Waller is still set to be well represented in the 2017 Doncaster Mile after confirming thirteen runners in first acceptances, including Endless Drama, McCreery and Comin’ Through.

Endless Drama began his racing career in Ireland in late 2014 and posted a number of standout results, including highlighted by a close second to Gleneagles in the Group 1 Irish 2000 Guineas (1609m) in 2015.

Resuming this time for a smart third in the Group 2 Apollo Stakes (1400m) on February 13th, the Lope De Vega entire was unable to handle the heavy conditions when sixth in the Group 1 Chipping Norton Stakes (1600m) a fortnight ago.

McCreery was a standout for Waller through the recent Spring Carnival and is a live chance of winning the Doncaster Mile 2017.

Having won each of the Listed Rose Bowl (1600m) and Group 3 Kingston Town Classic (2000m) through August and September, the Big Bad Bob gelding ran on for sixth in the Group 1 Epsom Handicap (1600m) before running a close second to Le Romain in the Group 1 Cantala Stakes (1600m).

McCreery appears to be in line for another big preparation, having comfortably won the Group 3 Liverpool City Cup (1300m) first-up on February 25th.

A half-brother to multiple Group 1 champion Criterion, Comin’ Through ran fifth in the Group 2 Eskimo Prince Stakes (1200m) first-up before placing third in each of the Group 2 Hobartville Stakes (1400m) and Group 1 Randwick Guineas (1600m).

A host of talented three-year-olds have been confirmed in 2017 Doncaster Mile first acceptances, including Australian Guineas winner Hey Doc, consistent performer Man From Uncle and Omei Sword.

Hey Doc has been a revelation for Tony McEvoy in recent seasons and resumed this time for a credible third in the Group 3 Manfred Stakes (1200m) before winning the Group 3 CS Hayes Stakes (1400m) in his only other start prior to the Australian Guineas (1600m).

Man From Uncle stormed home to win the Eskimo Prince Stakes first-up; repeating the dose in the Hobartville Stakes before running gallantly for fifth on heavy going in the Randwick Guineas over the weekend.

Omei Sword has experienced several injury concerns since the early spring, but the filly returned for an impressive second in the Group 2 Surround Stakes (1400m) on February 25th and appears as though she is primed for a maiden win at the highest level this time.

Le Romain is yet to taste anything but success in 2017 and has been confirmed to target the Randwick feature race after also being confirmed in Doncaster Mile first acceptances.

Breaking through for his first Group 1 win in the Randwick Guineas last autumn, the Hard Spun gelding recorded a gutsy win in the Group 3 Southern Cross Stakes (1200m) first-up this year, before beating Chautauqua on the line in the Group 1 Canterbury Stakes (1300m) last weekend.

Le Romain is the early $9 favourite in 2017 Doncaster Mile betting markets at Ladbrokes.com.au.

2017 Doncaster Mile First Acceptances

# Last 10 Horse Sex Age Trainer Hcp Rating
1 111×84 ABBEY MARIE M 4 Michael Kent 97
2 3646×1216 ACHI BABA G 3 John O’Shea 71
3 323211×35 ANAHEIM C 3 Trent Busuttin & Natalie Young 75
4 381416x ANCIENT HISTORY (IRE) H 4 John O’Shea 74
5 6x511112x1 ANTONIO GIUSEPPE (NZ) G 4 Chris Waller 103
6 3x00352x02 AROD (IRE) H 6 Chris Waller 106
7 917x277x41 ASTRONOMOS (GB) G 6 John P Thompson 85
8 2x1113x8 BEZEL C 3 John O’Shea 78
9 x12129x211 BLACK HEART BART G 6 Darren Weir 114
10 54x17x26x1 CANNYESCENT G 4 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 74
11 1311x47x32 CHAUTAUQUA G 6 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes 119
12 121×533 COMIN’ THROUGH C 3 Chris Waller 81
13 x1290x1211 CYLINDER BEACH (NZ) G 4 Desleigh Forster 100
14 118x359x47 DANISH TWIST M 5 Kris Lees 104
15 249×232924 DIBAYANI (IRE) G 7 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 106
16 13x1421x97 DIVINE PROPHET C 3 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes 104
17 2x20214x31 DIXIE BLOSSOMS M 4 Ron Quinton 101
18 41×2111 DUSTY JACK G 5 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 76
19 1117×232 ECHO EFFECT G 3 Kristen Buchanan 82
20 06116×1133 ECUADOR (NZ) G 7 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 108
21 x3915x0x36 ENDLESS DRAMA (IRE) H 5 Chris Waller 104
22 631x5470x1 ENGLISH M 4 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 110
23 3x12x210x2 EURO ANGEL (NZ) M 4 Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes 99
24 3x183538x6 EXOSPHERIC (GB) H 5 Lee & Anthony Freedman 112
25 x1240x518x FIRST SEAL M 5 John P Thompson 110
26 3x230x533x FOUNDATION (IRE) G 4 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 100
27 212x114x24 FOXPLAY F 3 Chris Waller 92
28 x672162x88 FRENCH EMOTION M 5 Chris Waller 100
29 x3611x9213 GLOBAL GLAMOUR F 3 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 107
30 23x56469x2 HAPPY CLAPPER G 6 Patrick Webster 107
31 x211123x28 HARTNELL (GB) G 6 John O’Shea 116
32 22x12182x3 HAURAKI G 5 John O’Shea 112
33 400x9128x5 HAZZABEEL (NZ) G 6 Ciaron Maher 98
34 x7323590x1 HE OR SHE G 6 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 103
35 22x41670x9 HEAVENS ABOVE M 5 Tim Martin 103
36 11x1110x87 HE’S OUR ROKKII (NZ) G 4 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 108
37 x11134x311 HEY DOC G 3 Tony McEvoy 103
38 x154231x27 I AM A STAR (NZ) F 3 Shane Nichols 107
39 1653x4313x IT’S SOMEWHAT (USA) G 6 John O’Shea 108
40 182844700x JACQUINOT BAY G 9 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 99
41 35x046741x JESSY BELLE M 6 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 98
42 51429×338 LAND OF PLENTY C 3 Grahame Begg 72
43 7x22251x11 LE ROMAIN G 4 Kris Lees 113
44 29x791x705 LUCKY HUSSLER G 7 Darren Weir 110
45 123×115 MAN FROM UNCLE G 3 Anthony & Edward Cummings 86
46 694132x70x MARENOSTRO (NZ) G 6 Chris Waller 99
47 x6251162x1 MCCREERY (GB) G 5 Chris Waller 102
48 114x82876x MIME (NZ) M 4 Murray Baker & Andrew Forsman 95
49 19x1030x03 MISS ROSE DE LAGO M 6 Danny O’Brien 104
50 110x7111x6 NEW TIPPERARY G 4 Joseph Pride 88
51 1182×53 NO DOUBT H 4 Anthony & Edward Cummings 67
52 129x12x2 OMEI SWORD F 3 Chris Waller 92
53 451008×446 PALENTINO H 4 Darren Weir 111
54 3x68x11212 PORTMAN (NZ) G 4 Danny O’Brien 72
55 x463351x62 PRIZED ICON C 3 James Cummings 107
56 1114x4197x RAW IMPULSE (GB) H 5 Darren Weir 95
57 5120x5x21x REDKIRK WARRIOR (GB) G 6 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 99
58 32195x REINFORCED C 3 Peter & Paul Snowden 64
59 0x274088x2 RISING ROMANCE (NZ) M 6 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 104
60 5140x5474x RUDY G 6 Helen Page 100
61 11114x RUSSIAN REVOLUTION C 3 Peter & Paul Snowden 97
62 x454282x06 SEABURGE C 3 David & B Hayes & T Dabernig 103
63 641454x12x SENSE OF OCCASION G 6 Kris Lees 103
64 1x51024x94 SHILLELAGH (NZ) M 5 Chris Waller 88
65 212x231x21 SILENT SEDITION M 4 Andrew Noblet 99
66 2x145x227x SINGING (FR) H 7 Kris Lees 97
67 x402211Fx7 SINGLE GAZE M 4 Nick Olive 103
68 80x05x610x SONS OF JOHN G 6 Jason Attard 101
69 21x13433x SPECTROSCOPE (USA) H 4 John O’Shea 81
70 1x1782x163 TESTASHADOW G 5 Gary Portelli 101
71 10x2248x42 THAMES COURT M 4 David Brideoake 98
72 1x26330x1x TIVACI H 4 Michael Moroney 102
73 x266223x69 TOM MELBOURNE (IRE) G 6 Lee & Anthony Freedman 97
74 50×2152427 TOO GOOD TO REFUSE H 4 Desleigh Forster 95
75 142×218 TOP OF MY LIST M 4 Anthony & Edward Cummings 74
76 3x522845x7 TORGERSEN (NZ) G 4 Chris Waller 88
77 x51709x4x2 TOSEN STARDOM (JPN) H 6 Darren Weir 110
78 11x1611x8 UGO FOSCOLO (NZ) G 3 Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott 103
79 49x549169x VANBRUGH H 4 Chris Waller 103
80 4x11144x48 VELADERO C 3 Chris Waller 84
81 515x0560x2 ZANBAGH M 6 John P Thompson 99

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