$2million Inglis Millennium Field and Barrier Draw
Tara Madgwick - Tuesday February 5
An impressive debut winner at Randwick on Australia Day, Dawn Approach (IRE) colt Dawn Passage was the big winner at Tuesday's barrier draw for the inaugural $2million Inglis Millennium (1200m).

All roads lead to Warwick Farm on Saturday for the $2million Inglis MillenniumThe barrier draw function was held in the sales arena at Inglis' Riverside complex after 15 acceptors were confirmed for the rich juvenile dash.

A $150,000 Inglis Premier purchase from the Mill Park draft, the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott trained Dawn Passage, was a $3 favourite on Monday and is sure to hold down top-billing after drawing barrier seven.

Early second favourite Accession had no luck and drew poorly in 14, while spring stakes-winner Espaaniyah, who was unplaced as favourite behind Dawn Passage last start, came up with the gate six.

Tuesday's function also unveiled the Inglis Millennium trophy which is a replica of the bronze statue that stands outside the front entrance to the Riverside hotel.

Below is the final field and barrier draw for the 2019 Inglis Millennium.

No

Horse

Trainer

Sire

Barrier

1

ACCESSION

Chris Waller

Brazen Beau

14

2

DAWN PASSAGE

Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

Dawn Approach (IRE)

7

3

CASTLEVECCHIO

Richard Litt

Dundeel

13

4

COSMIC FORCE

Peter & Paul Snowden

Deep Field

15

5

PANDANO

Paul Perry

Dundeel

3

6

SOAMI

David Pfieffer

So You Think

9

7

ESPAANIYAH

Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

I Am Invincible

6

8

BISCARA

David & Ben Hayes & Tom Dabernig

Rubick

2

9

BLAZING MISS

Mark Newnham

Sizzling

4

10

AVON RIVER

James Cummings

Fastnet Rock

12

11

SALOME

Ciaron Maher & David Eustace

Unencumbered

11

12

PRETTY BRAZEN

Tony McEvoy

Brazen Beau

8

13

MY FIRE PHOENIX

John Sargent

The Factor (USA)

5

14

LADY NATURALISTE

 Matt Cumani

Choisir

10

15

MY SWEET FISH

John Sargent

Shamus Award

1