This looks an ideal race for the talented sprinter Eleven Eleven.
Eleven Eleven has been a clear standout for Greg Hickman since Pierata has retired, and his impressive career has been highlighted by two wins at the Magic Millions.
He won three of four starts over summer and returned from a freshen up to finish sixth in the TJ Smith Stakes two weeks ago.
This is obviously a big drop in class from that race and he tends to fly at this point of his preparation.
Some talented three-year-olds will contest the Mick Dittman Plate this afternoon, but I am confident that Sydneysider Andermatt will take beating.
Andermatt was excellent during his debut prep and picked up here he left off with an impressive win in BM78 company at Rosehill when resuming this time.
He has since placed behind Wild Ruler in the Fireball Stakes and finished sixth in the Darby Munro, either of which would be good enough to see him into the finish of this race.
Masked Crusader has finally started to realise his potential this prep and he is the runner to beat in the All Aged Stakes.
The Toronado gelding stormed home to record his first Group 1 win in the William Reid Stakes two back, and he was arguably the run of the race when charging home from the tail of the field to finish second in the TJ.
He is at peak fitness and 1400m looks ideal.
Bottega has returned two nice effort since resuming and this looks a lovely race for him.
The Snitzel entire dashed home into second behind Gem Song in the Group 3 Newcastle Newmarket when fresh, and was last seen finishing third in the Doncaster Prelude.
He is drawn to receive a lovely effort and looks a touch of overs at around $8.