TOP colt It's A Dundeel starts his Australian autumn carnival racing campaign at Warwick Farm Racecourse on Saturday.
The four-year-old stallion is stabled at Bjorn Baker's stables on the course.
Bjorn's father, Murray Baker, trains It's a Dundeel.
Bjorn Baker said the Group 1 winning galloper had settled in well.
It's a Dundeel will saddle up in the Chipping Norton Stakes (1600 metres).
The Kiwi wonderhorse, who won last year's AJC Derby (2400 metres) by six lengths, is regarded as potentially Australasia's best horse.
His career prizemoney stands at $2.4 million with nine career wins from 14 starts.
The Chipping Norton Stakes is one of the feature events on the Australian Turf Club program; the other is the Liverpool City Cup (1300 metres).
The two feature events highlight a bumper program of racing and it's Warwick Farm's biggest day of the year.
Liverpool Council sponsors the Liverpool City Cup.
Gates open at 11am and the first race is at 1.02pm.