Chris Waller's Epsom Handicap hopefuls all drew awkwardly for the feature Randwick mile but he doesn't expect that to impact on his trio's chances.
Topweight Shoot Out will start from barrier 10 in Saturday's Group One $500,000 race while stablemate Rangirangdoo, who is a confirmed runner, has gate 14.
Lightweight hope Said Com also drew out in barrier 12 in the 15-horse field.
Waller, who has won two Doncasters but is chasing his first Epsom, wasn't too concerned with the draws for Shoot Out and Rangirangdoo, who fought out the finish of the George Main Stakes last start.
"The barriers aren't ideal but they are just foolproof horses. They are very tractable and like a bit of room," Waller said.
"I wouldn't be worried if they were out three-wide. Obviously it makes it that bit harder but I'd sooner have them out of trouble with good galloping room than have them bottled up on the fence, especially the way the track raced a fortnight ago."
Waller also accepted with Rangirangdoo for the Group Three Craven Plate but confirmed the 2010 Doncaster Mile winner as a definite Epsom runner.
"He's not getting any younger and it's a Group One race and he runs well at Randwick," Waller said.
"If he runs again after the Epsom, which I'm sure he will, we can always go back to a Group Three 2000 metre-type race."
Waller has removed the blinkers from Rangirangdoo.
"He won a Doncaster with no blinkers or anything," he said.
Shoot Out won the George Main Stakes (1600m) first-up and is aiming to go one better than in this year's Doncaster when he beat all but More Joyous.
Waller believes last year's Epsom winner Secret Admirer is a good measuring stick, and Shoot Out and Rangirangdoo defeated her last start.
"On the strength of her form my two went very well last start and Shoot Out should improve the most of the two being second-up on Saturday," Waller said.
Said Com, runner-up over the course and distance in the Randwick Guineas in the autumn, is the forgotten horse according to his trainer.
"He's got a difficult draw but he gets back anyway and if he can be following Shoot Out and Rangi into the race with a light weight, if he's good enough he'll beat them and if he's not he won't."
Fat Al remained equal $5 favourite with TAB fixed odds alongside Shoot Out following Wednesday's barrier draw.
Rangirangdoo and Ambidexter are on the second line at $8.
Fat Al's jockey Tommy Berry says he will "have a great run" from his draw in six.
Kerrin McEvoy was also delighted with gate four for Ambidexter, winner of the Sebring Sprint first-up.