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Whobegotyou early Doncaster favourite


Dual Group One winner Whobegotyou is the early favourite for the Doncaster Mile.

whobegotyou-horse TAB Sportsbet released its first market on Thursday with the Mark Kavanagh-trained four-year-old at $9 for the Group One feature at Randwick on April 17.
Whobegotyou finished a close third to Vision And Power in last year’s Doncaster (1600m) and is among 200 nominations for this year’s race.
Cox Plate winner So You Think is locked on the second line of betting with Group Two Crystal Mile winner Rangirangdoo at $11.
The Gai Waterhouse-trained Cox Plate runner-up and last year’s Group One Sires’ Produce winner Manhattan Rain was at $13 alongside multiple Group One winner Weekend Hussler and last year’s Golden Rose winner Denman.
Waterhouse has nominated 16 horses as she chases her seventh Doncaster.
Among the premier trainer’s team is Group One Flight Stakes winner More Joyous who was at $15 after $21 was snapped up when the market was posted.
Trusting and Heart Of Dreams were also at $15 but trainer Mick Price has indicated the All-Aged Stakes over 1400 metres would be the target for the latter.
Three-time Group One winner Theseo from the Waterhouse camp is at $17 along with stablemate Rock Kingdom.
Joining the pair on $17 is the Peter Moody-trained Group One Myer Classic winner Typhoon Tracy.
Vision And Power is at $35 while runner-up Black Piranha opened at $21.
Emerging star Black Caviar, who lines up in Friday night’s Australia Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley is at $26.
Three-year-old Black Caviar is unbeaten from four starts.