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Race 3 No. 2 – Henry Dwyer Racing Handicap (2000m) – Heavy

It was pretty hard to miss Heavy’s completely luckless last-start run at Flemington.

Stopped in his tracks as he was about to work into the race at the top of the straight, the son of Domesday still managed to finish off his race strongly to run fifth and with better luck he probably should have tested the winner, if not run a clear third.

Adept in any sort of conditions, the Ciaron Maher-trained galloper looks well over the odds and a solid each-way bet at the $8 available in the early markets.

Race 5 No. 3 – Mypunter.com Join Today Handicap (1400m) – Raposo

It was surprising that this Patrick Payne-trained three-year-old didn’t open shorter than $4.80 based on his last start win at Moonee Valley.

Despite missing the start and having his momentum held up on more than one occasion he produced a sizzling finish to come from last and win.

Though this race is considerably stronger, the son of Iffraaj should be even better suited up to 1400m and there looks to be plenty of pressure up front from the likes of Volanic Ash, Cataleya and Zahspeed.

The last time the rail was in the nine-metre position at Caulfield on April 21 the jockeys were getting well off the fence by the fourth race and if that’s the case again on Saturday then expect Raposo to firm.

Race 6 No. 10 – Wilson Medic One Handicap (1400m) – Tiny’s Legacy

It would be no surprise to see them looking for the outside at Caulfield on Saturday by the sixth race and if that’s the case then this lightly-raced four-year-old is over the odds at $15.

An impressive winner two starts ago at Sale in a heat of the Winter Championship Series, he then finished a solid fifth in a stronger race than this at Flemington.

With only 54kg on his back and a likely solid speed up front he will likely get his chance if good enough.