Classic Uniform can look to set the pace from gate 2 and Global Glamour can get forward.
Stampede might also look to speed across from the wide gate.
Comin' Through has produced his best runs when ridden positive.
Addictive Nature can slot in behind the speed from the middle of the line.
Prized Icon and Inference are likely to settle back in the pack.
If looking ahead to the Chipping Norton Stakes- 18 of the last 26 winners of that race came through the Apollo. 7 have completed the double.
Mares have a good record in this race winning 8 of the past 18 editions.
Classic Uniform has never won in 5 runs when first-up. His two trials have been sharp behind Trapeze Artist and Redzel.
Ha Ha was the last 3YO to win the race back in 2002. Prior to that it was Triscay in 1991.
Comin' Through has a Randwick record of 3: 2-1-0 and first up is 3: 2-0-0, with both first-up wins at 1400m.
Gear changes to factor in-Inference has the blinkers off first time and visors on, Comin' Through blinkers on again and visors off.
Global Glamour has the pre-race ear-muffs off.
Comin' Through has been gelded since his Spring campaign.
VRC Derby winner Prized Icon is second-up since joining the Kris Lees stable, his first-up run under 60kg was a stylish effort.
Addictive Nature is yet to miss a place in 5 career starts and won his only run at 1400m.
The scratching of Lanciato will see deductions of $0.08 x $0.08 for bets placed prior to scratching time.
Addictive Nature represents the biggest hold and has been trimmed from $3.70 to $3.40.
Endless Drama has met with support in early trading and firmed from $6.50 to $6.
Inference has been winless since taking out the Randwick Guineas back in March 2017, he opened the outsider at $31, but has been specked.
Comin' Through is holding steady on the second-line fo the market at $4.20.
Held at Group 2 level over 1400m, the Apollo Stakes is held under weight for age conditions and has traditionally been used as a lead in to the G1 Chipping Norton Stakes held over 1600m and also at WFA.
First held in 1977, the Apollo Stakes was elevated to G2 status in 1979 and has been won by some top gallopers in that period. Originally held at Randwick, the race was shifted to Warwick Farm and has also featured at Rosehill for a period. In 2014 the race returned to its current home of Randwick.
Total prizemoney on offer in 2018 is $250,000 with the winner to receive $142,250. The 2017 winner was the Chris Waller trained Winx, ridden by Hugh Bowman. Other past winners include Tuesday Joy, Racing To Win, Grand Armee, Lonhro and the dual winner Juggler.