One of Melbourne's best form judges, outspoken bookmaker Ric Macciotta, has declared Hong Kong's Super Kid the horse most likely to finish second to champion mare Makybe Diva in today's Carlton Draught Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. 'Super Kid is the one over the odds at $17 [16-1],' Macciotta said. 'He's been terrific with big weights in his two Melbourne runs and I rank him a clear second to Makybe Diva.' However, the John Moore-trained galloper has his work cut out to defeat the super mare, who will surpass Sunline as the greatest stakes-winning Australasian galloper of all time if she wins a third 'major' to add to her 2003 and 2004 Melbourne Cups. Macciotta said Makybe Diva was 'much better' than Sunline and declared her a 'good thing' in today's latest leg of the World Racing Championships, adding she would win by at least two lengths. 'I'm a bookie who loves to take on favourites, but I won't be taking on Makybe Diva.' Macciotta said. 'There's no ifs and buts, she is very clearly the top pick.' Champion trainer Bart Cummings, who has 250 Group One races to his credit, including three Cox Plates and 11 Melbourne Cups, abandoned his renowned conservatism to give three-year-old God's Own an incredible wrap. Cummings, 78, said the recovery and progress from the colt's win against all odds in the Caulfield Guineas two weeks ago had amazed him, and he was looking for the three-year-old to boost his Cox Plate tally to four after Taj Rossi (1973), Saintly (1996) and Dane Ripper (1997). 'He [God's Own] has an enormous appetite and has put on 13 pounds since the Guineas - he's just getting better. Just getting to his peak, in fact,' Cummings said. 'His work again this morning was fantastic and he came off the track bucking and squealing. He came out of those scrimmages at Caulfield mentally unaffected. He's fearless, I'm telling you. You only see this sort of horse come along every two or three decades.' Former Hong Kong trainer David Hayes has two runners - 2003 winner Fields Of Omagh (Steven King) and Confectioner (Craig Williams). He has a slight leaning to eight-year-old Fields Of Omagh but is confident both will run well. Jockey Weichong Marwing will continue his association with South African champion Greys Inn, having combined to finish second to Vengeance Of Rain in the Queen Elizabeth II Cup (2,000m) at Sha Tin in April, with Super Kid fourth. Greys Inn ran fourth to El Segundo, Fields of Omagh and the luckless Confectioner in the Group One Yalumba Stakes at Caulfield two weeks ago, but that was his first run since Hong Kong and he's bound to have improved significantly.