While the Hong Kong Mile affair rumbles on, the mouth-watering prospect of a rematch between Sunline and Fairy King Prawn has emerged. The pair provided the highlight of Sunday's International Races with their epic battle in the Mile - a race now overshadowed by events off the track following claims that Sunline's jockey Greg Childs and Justin Sheehan, rider of third-placed Adam, discussed race tactics beforehand. But 'Sunline v The Prawn II' is a possibility after both were entered for the Doncaster Handicap, one of Australia's top mile races. Further spice was added by the inclusion of Adam in the list of 294 nominations for the race, which takes place at Randwick racecourse, Sydney, on April 14. The Sydney entries also signalled a possible step up in trip for Fairy King Prawn's stablemate Indigenous, who finished fourth behind Daliapour in Sunday's Hong Kong Vase over 2,400 metres. Ivan Allan's seven-year-old gelding has been entered for the 3,200-metre Sydney Cup, also at Randwick, on April 28. But it is the Doncaster entry list that is most intriguing. With more than three months to go to the race, a rematch is far from certain, but the appearance of Fairy King Prawn in the nominations is a clear indication that Allan is eyeing more big foreign prizes with Hong Kong's top-rated horse. Fairy King Prawn has already made history abroad by becoming the first horse from the territory to land an overseas Group One race when he won Japan's Yasuda Kinen in June. Sunline won the Doncaster in 1999 and was a close second in this year's race, but she is not certain to contest the event for a third time. A more likely objective for New Zealand's champion mare is the Dubai World Cup in March, though her trainer Trevor McKee has indicated that the Doncaster would come into the reckoning if the trip to the Gulf was called off. Sunline's co-trainer Stephen McKee has entered the debate over the Hong Kong Mile affair by playing down the significance of the alleged conversation between Childs and Sheehan before the race. The Sydney Morning Herald claimed earlier this week that Childs had told Sheehan to follow him in the run and not to take on Sunline and 'cut each other's throat'. Both jockeys are due to attend a Hong Kong Jockey Club inquiry into the affair on Friday, but McKee, speaking on New Zealand television, said:'Some jockeys get together and they say, 'Look, it's no use. You take me on, or if I take you on, we will probably both finish out of the money'. 'It's just planning to maximise your own horse's chance really. The last time Adam took Sunline on in the Doncaster, she ran second and he finished 20 lengths away and got nothing.'