Sixteen fillies and mares have accepted for the $500,0000 Tattersall’s Tiara at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
The entry includes emerging filly Peron, one of a trio of three-year-olds to take their place in the Group One race.
Peron was in danger of missing a run because she was well down in the ballot order for the race at nomination time.
A winner of the Gai Waterhouse Classic last week, Peron has drawn barrier 13.
Three trainers, Guy Walter, Chris Waller and Anthony Cummings, will be double-handed in the race.
Streama fared best of Walter’s duo after drawing barrier one against stablemate Skyerush’s gate 12.
Waller has Red Tracer (16) and She’s Clean (4) running while Cummings has accepted with Arctic Flight (15) and Diamond Earth (9)
The Tattersall’s Tiara, run over 1400m, is the last Group One race of the 2012-13 Australian turf season.
Source : AAP