Magic Millions 3YO Guineas betting surrounding two of the favourites remains unchanged after Chrysaor and Cifrado drew alongside each other for the $3 million race.

Cifrado beat Chrysaor last start in the Group 3 Magic Millions Vo Rogue Plate (1350m) having lined up on opposite sides of the draw but they will jump next to each other on Saturday with Cifrado in barrier seven and Chrysaor in gate eight.

Chrysaor ($5) holds a slight call for favouritism over Cifrado ($5.50) to reverse the result from Doomben last month.

A full field of 18 with five emergencies has been assembled for the Guineas, run on the Gold Coast under set weights and penalties conditions.

As Group 2 winners, they will carry equal top weight of 58kg.

With three of the five emergencies drawn barriers five or lower, the pair will jump from barriers four and five provided there are no scratchings.

The horse with the least experience in the race is Sydney Bowler, who is undefeated from three starts and also sits at $5.50 despite drawing barrier 17.

He will come into 14 if the emergencies fail to get a run.

The John O'Shea-trained son of Deep Field was a smart winner at Randwick last start with Jason Collett retaining the ride.

The only other horse in single figures is Abounding, a filly by Rich Enuff trained by Robert Heathcote who has remained firm at $7.50 after drawing well in barrier nine.

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott have the warm favourite for the Magic Millions 2YO Classic in Storm Boy and will be represented by at least three runners in the Guineas- the most of any stable.

Royal Tribute ($10) drew 11, last week's Magic Millions Maiden Plate winner Vanquished ($23) drew in 22 and Zouphoria ($23) drew barrier six.