Latest Golden Slipper Stakes 2018 order of entry

Clinton Payne - Tuesday February 20
Last Saturday's Sydney and Melbourne two-year-old winners Santos and Prairie Fire have been the biggest movers this week in Golden Slipper calculations.

Santos's impressive win in the $150,000 Pierro Plate At Randwick last weekend resulted in the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained colt being elevated from 68th in the order of entry for the world's richest two-year-old race up to his current place of 11th with eligible earnings of $101,800.

Down south, Mick Price's Prairie Fire was successful winning the Listed Talindert Stakes (1100m) earning $72,000 for the victory and he rose to 15th in the Golden Slipper order of entry four week's out from the $3.5 million feature at Rosehill.

This Saturday is set to see some big movers in the order of entry with the $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes which should guarantee the three placegetters a place in the Golden Slipper Stakes field of 16 if their connections elect to head to Sydney.

Blue Diamond Stakes favourite Long Leaf, currently sits in first place in the Golden Slipper order of entry with earnings of $190,500.

At Rosehill on Saturday the Silver Slipper Stakes will offer the Golden Slipper ballot exemption for the winner while second place prizemoney of $47,000 will go a way to increasing a horse's chances of making the Golden Slipper field.

Click here to view the latest Golden Slipper Stakes order of entry.
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