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It was the boilover no one saw coming when Huetor toppled a heavily backed Zaaki in the Dooben Cup. Now the Snowden runner will need to come up with another big performance after drawing fairly for the Group 2 Q22

Huetor draws fairly in Q22 field

Huetor has drawn barrier number 10 for his latest test in this Saturday’s $1.2m The Q22 over 2200m at Eagle Farm.

A field of 16 runners have been accepted for the $1.2m Group 2 Contest.

It was a remarkable result last time out for the Peter and Paul trained Huetor after he lowered the colours of multiple time Group 1 winner Zaaki. Huetor will now follow in the shoes of Zaaki by attempting to complete the Doomben Cup / Q22 double which the Annabel Neasham runner completed in 2021.

Elsewhere in the barrier draw John O’Shea trained import Maximal will look to overturn the result in the Doomben Cup against Huetor but was given a significant handicap in drawing wider in barrier 14. Jockey Nash Rawiller has chosen to stick with the import which looks to be a positive sign.

As always trainer Chris Waller enters a number of quality runners with Polly Grey, Kuekeracha, Great House, Yonkers and Kolding all entered with Polly Grey drawing best in barrier two.

Whilst Zaaki will not contest a second Q22 in as many years Neasham does field a strong line up with last start winners Numerian and Hopeful representing the New South Wales trainer.

Away from the big market players, the locals do have a couple of handy runners with Kelly Schweida entering London Banker while trainer Chris Anderson enters Ballistic Boy.

Despite running on his home track this weekend Ballistic Boy was given the unfavourable draw of the outside barrier. 

Huetor currently leads the market for the Q22 as a clear $2.80 favourite. Maximal sits on the second line of betting as a $6 chance. 

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