Extra Zero has drawn barrier 15 of 16 for the Group 1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) at Ascot on Saturday, reports racing.com.

The Lindsay Park-trained nine-year-old is rated a $21 chance with CrownBet to claim the $1 million feature as the lone Victorian galloper in the event.

David Hayes and Tom Dabernig went without luck two weeks back at the Perth Carnival meeting, withHe's Our Rokkii running sixth in the Group 2 WA Guineas and Fast 'N' Rocking third in the Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes.

Mark Zahra takes the ride aboard the Australian Cup runner-up on Saturday, the in-form hoop free to ride after a 12-meeting suspension expires at midnight Thursday.

Joining Zahra as the Victorian-based jockeys in the race are Chris Parnham (Real Love, barrier seven),Damian Lane (Hazzabeel, five) and Damien Oliver (Magic Artist, one), the trio all back visiting their native WA.

Magic Artist holds race favouritism at $4 for Oliver and trainer Andreas Wohler, while Parnham's mount Real Love ($6) is in the market for WA trainer Adam Durrant and Lane's ride Hazzabeel ($15) is an each-way fancy for another local Daniel Morton.

Bass Strait, a former stablemate of Extra Zero, finished ninth in the Railway, and has drawn barrier eight for trainer Neville Parnham.