Caulfield - Race 4 2:00pm AEST
Age Of Chivalry didn’t have a great deal of luck at The Valley last start and Caulfield is a better track for him. He has form around some of the best three-year-olds in the country and he still has the upside to improve. Barrier seven is ideal and he will have every possible chance to return to winning form.
Caulfield - Race 5 2:40pm AEST
Bivouac won both the Lonhro Plate and the Kindergarten Stakes as a two-year-old and the form coming out of both those races have been excellent. He is unbeaten in his two race starts over 1100 metres and Caulfield should be ideal for him. He makes his own luck right on the speed and will prove tough to beat.
Caulfield - Race 6 3:20pm AEST
Lyre was nothing short of outstanding as a two-year-old and she always gave the impression that she would be even better at three. She showed an excellent turn-of-foot to win the Ladbrokes Blue Diamond Stakes and she was not beaten far when third in the Golden Slipper. I think she will be better over further, but class will take her a long way in the Quezette Stakes.
Caulfield - Race 7 4:00pm AEST
Long Leaf is well and truly over the odds at his current price of $11 in the Regal Roller Stakes. He isn’t the most consistent horse in the world, but he is capable of a high-rating performance on his day and he does have an excellent first-up record. He does have tactical versatility and it wouldn’t surprise to see Kerrin McEvoy ride him aggressive in the early stages of this contest.