The big names all drew wide when barriers were allocated for Saturday’s $3 million Group 1 Doncaster Mile (1600m) at Randwick on Tuesday morning.

Two-time Group 1-winning three-year-old Hallowed Crown, the pre-draw favourite, drew the second-widest position in the field of 20 plus four emergencies.

The Bart and James Cummings-trained colt retains favouritism at $4.60 in TAB’s market ahead of fellow three-year-old Kermadec ($6), who not only needs two scratchings to gain a start in the race but has drawn barrier 19.

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Real Impact, the Japanese galloper who won the Group 1 George Ryder Stakes at his first Australian start, is a $7 chance after drawing barrier 21.

Japan’s other representative, World Ace, drew barrier 16, while two-time defending champion Sacred Falls ($17) came up with gate 20.

Victoria’s leading fancy, the Nigel Blackiston-trained Suavito, is also at $17 after drawing the inside gate, while fellow southern-stater Plucky Belle ($26) has gate eight.

Happy Trails, who will be ridden by champion Victorian hoop Damien Oliver, drew barrier two, while Craig Williams’ mount It’s Somewhat will start from barrier four.