THE Stephen Brown-trained Heavenly Emperor has been installed as favourite for tomorrow's $100,000 Wodonga Gold Cup in pre-post fixed odds markets.
The Seymour based galloper was a last-start winner at Moonee Valley earlier this month.
In what shapes as a competitive betting race, Heavenly Emperor is the early $3.10-favourite.
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The Mick Price and Michael Kent (Jnr) trained Starouz is rated the biggest danger to the favourite.
Starouz is also a last-start winner at Morphettville Parks and is a $4.40 chance.
Trainer Craig Widdison is going to have to cause a major boilover if he is to add his name to the honour roll.
Widdison will have a three-pronged attack on the $100,000 feature with Willi Willi, Ruby Skye and Wyangle.
But bookmakers have shunned the Widdison trio as winning hopes with Wyangle rated a $16-chance.
Ruby Skye is at $18 and Willi Willi $35.