Ballarat-trained mare Affair To Remember has missed out on automatic selection in the $5m All-Star Mile.
The Ballarat Cup runner-up from the Dan O'Sullivan did not get enough public votes to finish in the top 10 for a guaranteed start in the feature at Moonee Valley on Saturday, March 13.
Affair To Remember is still in the running though to get one of five wildcards to make up the field.
Ballarat-owned Mr Quickie was voted into the field for the second time.
Mr Quickie is raced by Ballarat-based syndicator Wylie Dalziel Roy Higgins Racing and trained at Pakenham by Phillip Stokes.
Cox Plate winner Sir Dragonet, trained by Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, who have a major stable in Ballarat as part of their two-start training empire, was also voted into the All-Star Mile.
Arcadia Queen (Grant and Alana Williams) 15,105
Behemoth (David Jolly) 14,699
Probabeel (Jamie Richards) 14,503
Still A Star (Bill Ryan) 9954
Greysful Glamour (Mark Newnham) 9821
Russian Camelot (Danny O'Brien) 8460
Regalo Di Gaetano (Richard and Chantelle Jolly) 8168
The Harrovian (Toby and Trent Edmonds) 7535
Sir Dragonet (Ciaron Maher-David Eustace) 6335
Mr Quickie (Phillip Stokes) 6168