General Beau has resumed with an impressive win in the Blue Diamond Preview at Caulfield but does not hold a nomination for the Group One Blue Diamond Stakes.
Standout will be aiming to become the first horse in more than a decade to score back-to-back wins in the Group Two Expressway Stakes.
Co-trainer Michael Hawkes has confirmed dual Group One-winning colt Ole Kirk is on target to kick off his autumn in the Expressway Stakes.
Trainer Tony Gollan has Sydney autumn carnival aspirations for Isotope, who appears to have taken no harm from her Magic Millions stumble.
Lightly-raced stayer Wolfe is favoured to give Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott consecutive wins in the Listed Australia Day Cup at Warwick Farm.
A Carrington Stakes win aboard Bandersnatch has capped a memorable week for Tommy Berry and cemented his position at the top of the premiership leaderboard.
John Moloney's promising three-year-old Milton Park continued his progression to better races when he led throughout to win at Sandown.
It was a proud Archie Alexander as his lightly raced six-year-old Mosh Music returned to her best to break a lengthy drought at Sandown.
Tulloch Lodge will take a long-term view with Sacramento, who has underlined his staying potential with a strong all-the-way victory at his home track.
Up-and-coming gelding The Face will be given a chance in better company this autumn after atoning for two near-misses with a Randwick victory.
Trainers Anthony and Sam Freedman will weigh up whether to put Artorius on a Blue Diamond path after he demolished his rivals to score at Sandown.
Impressive colt Stay Inside has given trainers Richard and Michael Freedman their second juvenile winner this season from as many runners.
In-form sprinter Garibaldi is shooting for a hat-trick of wins at Doomben as he strives to overcome a form anomaly at the track.
Trainer John Sargent anticipates a competitive debut from filly Perfect Darling at Randwick but says she will improve once she is stepped up in distance.
Connections of Group performer Glenfiddich face a tough decision after the colt suffered a leg injury which will rule him out of the upcoming carnival.
Heart Of Puissance has been a boom horse but his co-trainer David Eustace is simply looking for him to work through his grades this campaign.
John Moloney is hoping his promising gelding Milton Park can take another step towards proving he is up to the Australian Guineas when he runs at Sandown.
Trainer Cliff Brown will return to his home state of Victoria after a successful period in Singapore and he will bring his star horse Inferno with him.
The Sunshine Coast and Tamworth Cups are options trainer Cody Morgan will consider for Ligulate if the gelding bounces back to winning form at Doomben.
Strange Charm can land her third win in succession and first at her home track when she lines up for trainer Anthony Cummings at Randwick.
Although Viridine wasn't among the first entries for the Australia Stakes, James Cummings said the race was always in the back of his mind.
A two-year-old race at Randwick is poised to be a crucial launch pad to the rich Inglis Millennium as a number of youngsters look to stake their claims.
Splintex has signalled he will be a force this autumn with a brilliant barrier trial performance against a number of carnival aspirants.