Cape Town - A final field of 14 horses will line up for the R3 million Grade 1 Sun Met to be run at weight-for-age over 2 000m on Saturday, February 1 at Kenilworth racecourse.
According to the Sportingpost website, all of the expected top contenders will line up after seven horses were scratched on Monday.
There were no surprises among the jockey engagements, bar the attendance of international rider Ryan Moore, who will partner Rainbow Bridge for Eric Sands.
Moore has a total of four rides on the day, including Spring Break (CTS 1200 for Sean Tarry), Invisible (CTS 1600 for Tarry) and Gold Cup winner Dynasty's Blossom for Brett Crawford in the Grade 2 Western Cape Stayers.
The Barrier Draw ceremony will be broadcast live on Tellytrack (channel 239) on Tuesday afternoon.
Sun Met field:
1. Do It Again - 60 - 136 - Richard Fourie - Justin Snaith
2. Rainbow Bridge - 60 - 134 - Ryan Moore - Eric Sands
3. Vardy - 60 - 134 - Craig Zackey - Adam Marcus
4. Hawwaam - 60 - 131 - Anton Marcus - Mike de Kock
5. One World - 60 - 130 - MJ Byleveld - Vaughan Marshall
6. Twist Of Fate - 60 - 129 - Aldo Domeyer - Adam Marcus
7. Head Honcho - 60 - 126 - Piere Strydom - Andre Nel
8. Undercover Agent - 60 - 124 - Corne Orffer - Brett Crawford
9. Bunker Hunt - 60 - 122 - Bernard Fayd'Herbe - Justin Snaith
10. Eyes Wide Open - 60 - 118 - Warren Kennedy - Glen Kotzen
11. Pack Leader - 60 - 116 - Morne Winnaar - Glen Kotzen
12. Roy Had Enough (AUS) - 60 - 115 - Sean Veale - Frank Robinson
13. Majestic Mozart - 60 - 107 - Keagan de Melo -Candice Bass-Robinson
14. More Magic - 60 - 102 - Greg Cheyne - Candice Bass-Robinson