Akasawa's Gunnedah Cup win earned him eligibility for the $3m Big Dance and he'll also line up in The Kosciuszko on the way. Paul Messara & Leah Gavranich's six-year-old is in thanks to Colin Rae who secured his winning ticket at the Nags Head Hotel.
Southern Districts Country Championships winner Bianco Vilano, fourth in the Final, will be back at Randwick for The Kosciuszko. Ron Stubbs’ gelding has been selected by Earlwood's Michael Davidson.
Broken Hill is unbeaten in three starts since joining Cody Morgan and he's found his way into The Kosciuszko at Royal Randwick thanks to Revesby ticket winner Craig Lynne.
Fourth last year, Cavalier Charles will be on his way to The Kosciuszko on October 14! Kellyville's Paul Morris has selected the Matthew Dale trained gelding for the $2 million race.
He was a runaway winner of a recent TAB Highway, Derry Grove is Matthew Dunn's first runner in The Kosciuszko for a few years. He's taken the fancy of Jack Whybrow, who bought his ticket at Harden Country Club.
Second in 2022, Far Too Easy is headed back to Randwick for another shot at The Kosciuszko. David Mccolm's galloper has been picked up by North Gosford ticket winner Grant Binns.
Front Page will be back defend his crown in The Kosciuszko! Now with Matthew Dale, he's been selected by Goulburn ticket winner Garry Dyson for the $2 million country feature.
Third in the Country Championships Final, I've Bean Tryin' gives trainer Matthew Kelley his first runner in The Kosciuszko. The gelding was selected by Concord West TAB customer James Hegarty.
Lightning strikes twice for North Albury's Michael Dyordyevic who has won a slot in The Kosciuszko two years running. And again he's selected the horse he part-owns, the Mitchell Beer trained Mnementh.
Unbeaten in five starts, the Scott Collings-trained Mogo Magic was the first horse selected for The Kosciuszko thanks to his part owner Matt Cowling who bought his winning ticket in Goulburn.
Opal Ridge made it all the way to Group 1 company in the winter after snaring a couple of stakes races along the journey. The Luke Pepper-trained mare was also selected by Goulburn’s Matt Cowling, who won two tickets in the sweepstakes.
Sizzle Minizzle has the chance to be the second Country Championships victor to win The Kosciuszko, after Art Cadeau in 2021. Brett Robb's exciting gelding has been picked up by Llanarth TAB customers Terry Roberts & Brian Wood.
Our Last Cash has made his way into The Kosciuszko field with the scratching of Talbragar via The Tatts Hotel Inverell syndicate. Donna Scott's six-year-old ran fifth in the Country Championships Final and has won six of 14 starts.
The Nick Olive-trained mare Kimberley Secrets, winner of the South East Country Championships earlier this year, has been selected for the $2 million race by North Narrabeen TAB customer Graham Price.