'All aboard' .......in the absence of bracketing
................it is unfortunately a riddle for punters with multiple runners from the Weir and Waller stables.
Both trainers present as entirely above board but presumably not telling all ahead of the day unfolding.
In the US their multiple runners would be bracketed -- as one runner.
'Bracketing' has been rejected in Australia but, historically, in relation to only two or, rarely, three acceptors.
These days when these trainers are likely to have multiple acceptors in many races, even in black-type events, it is likely to be more fair that any more than two runners be all bracketed, especially in black-type events.