Chauffeur has firmed into $13 to win the Magic Millions 2YO Classic (1200m) following his debut win at Rosehill on Saturday.
Gerald Ryan's son of Snitzel cost $1.6 million, but showed himself to have plenty of talent when making a winning start to his career last weekend.
And Sportsbet have cut his price from $17 into $13 to take out the Listed 2YO Classic at Gold Coast on January 14.
Madeenaty, trained by David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig, remains the favourite having won her debut run in the Maribyrnong Trial Stakes (1000m) at Flemington in October before finishing third in the Group 3 Ottawa Stakes (1000m) on Melbourne Cup Day.
The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained Invincible Star won the Ottawa Stakes - her only start to date - but has eased slightly from $6.50 to $7.00 ahead of the expected rematch with Madeenaty.
Champ Elect ($11) and Ours To Keep ($13) have both won their only starts for trainer Chris Munce and are to the fore in the betting along with another unbeaten two-year-old in Cellargirl ($15) for trainer Kelly Schweida.
"The money has been for Madeenaty, but Chauffeur has definitely gained a lot of admirers since his win. There is definitely confidence that he won't be a passenger come Millions day and he's now the third most popular runner with punters," said sportsbet.com.au’s Will Byrne.
Magic Millions 2YO Classic
$7.00 Invincible Star
$11 Champ Elect
$13 Ours To Keep
$21 From Within