Storm Boy will jump favourite in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic, holding firm at $2.50 after drawing barrier 10 in the $3 million race.

A noted front-runner for the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott yard, the unbeaten son of Justify drew two stalls inside second favourite Spywire.

Another established on-pace for Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, Spywire remains at $5.50 having won the Gold Nugget last week.

It sets up what appears to be a good tempo on paper and one stable that is hoping to capitalise is the Tony and Calvin McEvoy yard who will back-up last week's Gold Pearl winner Arabian Summer, the filly drawing barrier nine.

Calvin McEvoy believes the middle draw should be advantageous for Arabian Summer.

"I'm happy with it, we wanted to draw probably one to five (but) I think as it played out, the favourite's drawn one outside us in 10," he said.

"She's very versatile, she'll be positive and she'll hopefully be in the first four or five with some cover and I think it's a really good barrier."

Arabian Summer raced over 1000m at her first three starts, winning the Ballarat Magic Millions 2YO Classic in December but handled the rise to 1100m last week and the stable is confident the daughter of Too Darn Hot can handle the extra 100m and added pressure on Saturday.

Two other horses remain in single figures for Saturday's feature with the Michael Freedman-trained Highness at $6.50, a last-start winner of the Wyong Magic Millions 2YO Classic drawing well in barrier four and Godolphin colt Parkour at $9, who has drawn a wide barrier.