Trevor Lawson’s Caulfield Quaddie

Who has Trev selected in his Quaddie this Saturday?

Caulfield Quaddie Preview

Trevor Lawson is back with his Caulfield Quaddie tips for this Saturday, going skinny in the third leg in the hope of a nice collect.

Race 6 - The Sheen Panel Service Handicap (1200m)

#1 Bel Sonic (Jason Warren / Ben Melham)
Promising three-year-old resuming here, has run well in past two fresh runs.
 
#2 Vainstream (John Pascoe / Noel Callow)
Won well at Pakenham and then honest last start in high-rating race. Can continue that form here.
 
#3 Sun Quan (Mick Price / Daniel Moor)
Ran well first-up over this trip. Should strip fitter here second-up.
 
#4 Written Choice (Logan McGill / Fred Kersley)
Terrific win over shorter trip here. Coming off freshen-up and solid claims here. Slight concern out to 1200m.
 
#5 Wassergeist (Busuttin & Young / Linda Meech)
Won well when resuming at Pakenham, coming from last. Will be strong late.
 
#6 Raspberry Rose (Richard Laming / Zac Spain)
Won both runs this prep. Racing consistently. Drops significantly in weight.
 
#7 Boom Chicka Boom (Mick Price / Michael Dee)
Ran well when resuming over slightly shorter trip. Should handle 1200m.

Race 7 - Darren Gauci Handicap (1100m)

#2 Murphy’s Reward (Hayes & Dabernig / Fred Kersley)
Ran well at Warrnambool. Has been holding rating and has solid claims here.
 
#3 Wise Hero (John Price / Stephanie Thornton)
Resumes from short break. Raced very consistently when last in work. Horse to beat here.
 
#8 Inn Keeper (Symon Wilde / Linda Meech)
Won both runs this prep. Powered away last start at Warrnambool for easy win. Chances enhanced on wet track.
 
#11 Manolo Blahniq (Tony Noonan / Jake Noonan)
Resumes from short break. Raced consistently last prep and does run well fresh.
 
#12 Princeton Spirit (Julius Sandhu / Ethan Brown)
Resumed at Moonee Valley when in need of run, before powering away at Sandown when second-up. Looks good form for this.

Race 8 - Le Pine Funerals Handicap (2000m)

#1 Mahamedeis (Nick Ryan / James Winks)
Terrific win second-up over shorter trip. Steps to 2000m but has won only time at this distance.

#2 Furrion (Darren Weir / Brad Rawiller)
Unbeaten three-year-old who has stepped up nicely in distance each time. Looks ready for the 2000m and doesn’t look to have bottomed out yet.

Race 9 - Catanach's Jewellers Handicap (2000m)

#1 Hursley (Chris Waller / Ethan Brown)
Well beaten first-up off long spell. Greatly improved last start at this distance, should be ready to run to best here.

#5 Our Peaky Blinders (Busuttin & Young / Linda Meech)
Had four runs in off short break, culminating in win at this distance last start. Should be able to hold rating here.

#8 Sunday Pray (John Moloney / Ben Thompson)
Racing consistently over shorter distances. Only try at this trip was end-of-prep run as a three-year-old. May be looking for this distance now.

#11 Noumea (James Cummings / Jake Noonan)
Battled away okay over this distance last start. Can improve again in second run at this trip. Blinkers on.

Summary:

Leg 1 – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Leg 2 – 2, 3, 8, 11, 12
Leg 3 – 1, 2
Leg 4 – 1, 5, 8, 11