Trevor Lawson’s Caulfield Quaddie

Trev is back with his Quaddie tips for another big Saturday of racing

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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 17: General view of crowds in Race 10 during Caulfield Cup Day at Caulfield Racecourse on October 17, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Vince Caligiuri/Getty Images)

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Trev is back with his Caulfield Quaddie tips for another week. There’s plenty of value about, so Trev has gone with some loaded legs early before going skinny late in the hope of a nice dividend.

Race 6: Selangor Turf Club Handicap (2000m)

#1 Spectroscope (James Cummings / Ethan Brown)
Third-up here at 2000m, gets blinkers on. Ran close fourth in Group 3 race over this trip in Spring.

#2 Berisha (John Sadler / Jamie Mott)
Racing consistently, suited this trip, can hold rating.

#3 Grey Lion (Matt Cumani / Jordan Childs)
First-up off break, trialled nicely. Resuming at 2000m and should be forward. Has been gelded.

#4 Golden Mane (Hayes & Dabernig / Fred Kersley)
Racing well, just found brutal pace a bit too much last start. Good record this trip and races well here.

#5 Montoya’s Secret (Leon & Troy Corstens / Ben Thompson)
Struggled first-up last start in brutally run race. Should be fitter now.

#9 Prima (Lee & Shannon Hope / Chris Caserta)
Jumped dramatically in trip last start and won well. Fourth-up now and should be ready to run to best.

Race 7: Walk For Phil Handicap (1200m)

#3 Bravo Tango (Mitchell Freedman / Jamie Mott)
Ran well first-up earlier this year and then pulled up with issue. Given break, has trialled leading into this. Take on trust.

#4 Catesby (James Cummings / Brad Rawiller)
Won nicely over shorter trip in Sydney, and then ran solidly last start over 1400m. Comes back to 1200m which looks to suit better.

#5 Regimen (James Cummings / Ethan Brown)
Ran honestly last start over slightly shorter trip in a quickly run race. Fourth-up here and should be ready to run to best.

#6 William Thomas (John Price / Luke Nolen)
Won well over shorter trip first-up from spell. Does back up quickly here.

#7 Andaz (Chris Waller / Regan Bayliss)
Not suited when resuming off similar break last start. Can settle closer here from inside draw.

#9 Fox Swift (Ciaron Maher / Jordan Childs)
No luck last start over shorter trip, fourth-up, should be ready to run to best.

#12 Reilmartini (Darren Weir / Daniel Moor)
Improving type who won easily at Ballarat last start. Can maintain here

#13 Villa Sarchi (Heath Conners / Damien Thornton)
Terrific win first up when resuming over shorter trip. Looked to have more to give and can improve here.

#17 Naantali (Ciaron Maher / Ben Thompson)
Terrific winning maiden in spring, and then solidly-run second in quickly run race.

Race 8: JRA Handicap (1200m)

#1 Milwaukee (Michael Moroney / Chris Caserta)
Terrific win down the straight two starts back. Battled on honestly last start but no match for the winner, who meets again here.

#2 Handsome Thief (Darren Weir / Ethan Brown)
Exploded late in straight to run away to big win in quick time last start. Can hold rating here.

#12 Brahmos (John Sadler / Noel Callow)
Won past two starts running good times. Stays down in weights, honest type.

Race 9: Sandown Park (U.K) Handicap (1100m)

#1 Cool Passion (Tony McEvoy / Regan Bayliss)
Resumes here. Comes through terrific form races in spring and trialled well leading into this. Should be forward enough.

#2 Lady Esprit (Ciaron Maher / Jordan Childs)
Won off short break three runs back, then terrific run in Oakleigh Plate hitting line hard before Sydney failure. Can run to normal rating.

#4 Sullivan Bay (Hayes & Dabernig / Liam Riordan)
Returned to somewhere near best form last start. Comes here fourth-up, should be ready to run to near best.

#8 Typhoon Jolie (John Sadler / Chris Caserta)
Good win first-up over shorter trip, running terrific sectionals. Gets in under minimum with claim.

#11 Motown Lil (Henry Dwyer / Fred Kersley)
Hit line nicely second-up over this trip. Can improve here slightly.