Magic Millions: Waterhouse heads interstate raid

GAI Waterhouse is poised to spearhead a multi-state assault on the $200,000 Magic Millions Clockwise Two-Year-Old Classic, 1000m, in Ballarat on Sunday.

The champion Sydney trainer has nominated the unraced Divine Calling for the first running of the feature event.

Divine Calling will be completely at home in the classic.

Being from Sydney, the gelding has been raised and educated the clockwise way-of-going.

The Ballarat Turf Club is rapt with the 20 nominations for the ground-breaking event.

This is the first race run in more than 60 years to be run clockwise in Victoria.

Adelaide trainers Tony McEvoy and Sam Kavanagh also have nominations - Bring A Ring and Liberty Heights respectively - as to the New South Wales stables of Gary Colvin (Wagga Wagga) and Stephen Farley (Wyong).

Bring A Ring is one of only three entries with race experience.

The daughter of Sebring saluted on debut in Adelaide.

Ticket To Toorak saluted on debut in Ballarat for Warrnambool trainer Matthew Williams.

CLOCKWISE CLASSIC NOMINATIONS:

BRING A RING (trained by Tony McEvoy)

CHANGE OF HONOUR (Kevin Newby)

CRAZYONYOU (Anthony Cummings)

DIVINE CALLING (Gai Waterhouse)

FINE DIAMOND (David Hayes)

GLOCKENSPIEL (Darren Weir)

GRACIOUS PROSPECT (David Hayes)

HARVARD GRADUATE (Jason Warren)

I'M TOO SEXY (Mark Riley)

LATER BABY (Ken Keys)

LIBERTY HEIGHTS (Sam Kavanagh)

MARGARET MISS (Kevin Newby)

MYSONHARRY (Michael Kent)

OPENING BELL (Andrew Noblet)

PATINAGE (Stephen Farley)

READY CUZ (Anthony Freedman)

ROCKSHAM (Gary Colvin)

SOLDIER'S IMAGE (Ricky Maund)

STAR DESTINATION (Kym Hann)

TICKET TO TOORAK (Matthew Williams)

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