Long-time favourite Kings Will Dream has been the best supported runner in the Caulfield Cup (2400 metres) since this morning's barrier draw.
The Darren Weir runner has been at or near the top of the markets for quite some time and after coming up with barrier six, punters are really keen on his chances of cracking it for a Group One.
The son of Casamento has placed in top company at his past two starts behind Humidor and Winx in the Memsie Stakes and Makybe Diva Stakes respectively and will be extremely hard to beat here.
"Kings Will Dream accounts for over 40 per cent of the money taken on the race since the barrier draw," TAB's Andrew Georgiou said.
"He is holding roughly three times as much as both The Cliffsofmoher and Youngstar today."
There wasn't a great deal of change to the market after the draw, with Kings Will Dream firming slightly from $5.50 into $5 while Youngstar remained at $5 after drawing 10.