Caulfield - Race 1 No. 2 Mahamedeis ($1.90)
Eagle Farm - Race 2 No. 1 Stellar Magic ($2.10)
Randwick - Race 4 No. 7 Trifaccia ($4.40)
Caulfield - Race 5 No. 2 La Mexicana ($3.60)
Randwick - Race 9 No. 1 Probabeel ($2.40)
Total odds combined $151.68
Read the reasons for our selections below:
Caulfield - Race 1 No. 2 Mahamedeis
MAHAMEDEIS looks the best of the day after finishing third a fortnight ago behind Hang Man and Persan in the Easter Cup, a much stronger event than this. Two back, he was apparently wound up to win the Albury Cup but the track pattern played against him, so back to a fair Caulfield track where he will be able to swoop around them, as well as being the class horse of the race, the rest will need to step up a peg to beat him.
Eagle Farm - Race 2 No. 1 Stellar Magic
This filly has had three career starts and is yet to miss a top two finish, after splitting Military Gambler and Startantes who ran the quinella last weekend.
There is a clear touch of class about her and coming through 'the right' form lines only stands her in even better stead as she faces some consistent two-year-olds and of course the un-raced brigade.
Stellar Magic has the tactical speed to lead them up, so expecting exactly that to happen and hopefully she runs them off their legs.
Randwick - Race 4 No. 7 Trifaccia
TRIFACCIA is a big, raw and long striding filly who had no idea what the racing caper was about in her debut but improved sharply at start two with a third in the Reisling Stakes, flashing home in a Group Two she should've won. Freshened-up and avoiding the wet tracks, her recent rick-over trial was superb. Outside of Anamoe, she may be the most talented two-year-old in this Godolphin crop and is a good price on Saturday.
Caulfield - Race 5 No. 2 La Mexicana
LA MEXICANA is a super filly who has a record of five wins and two placings from eight goes, with the only miss coming in the Group One Surround Stakes. She now comes back to Caulfield and the 1100m, both track and trip where she is unbeaten. She has now been kept fresh and the key is that Jamie Kah now goes back on who has ridden this girl at every start bar her fail.
Randwick - Race 9 No. 1 Probabeel
Three-time Group One winner PROBABEEL looks well off a little freshen-up, shaking the cobwebs off with a 1200m trial win at Randwick on April 9 and from barrier six where Kerrin McEvoy can camp midfield, if not a little closer, the map couldn't be any kinder. Had excuses in the All-Star Mile (wet track/wide gate) but beat a champion prior to that and on firmer going, should be too good if she's back to her best.