The early players are behind Degraves to beat Dice Roll at Flemington, but Nick Quinn is dying to be with both of them.

TAB tip expert Nick Quinn gives an outlook on the main races in Caulfield and places his suggested bets.

BEST BET: South Pacific (Flemington, R8 # 3)

VALUE BET: Surf Dancer (Randwick, R8 # 5)

LOCATION OF THE WEEK: Vegas Knight (Flemington, R4, No.11)

SIR EUGENE GORMAN DISABILITY (1600M)

Flemington, R6, 3 p.m.

A delicious fight between Degraves and Dice Roll.

Degraves took a spectacular win on his Australian debut at Flemington and should benefit from it in his second start.

Dice Roll was overwhelming as a heavily supported favorite at the last start but that could be attributed to his unfamiliar top position.

His form before that was irresistible, winning all three Australian starts for aspiring coach Nick Ryan.

The early money has come for Degraves, secured from $ 3.70 to $ 2.90, including stakes of $ 800 at $ 3.70, $ 900 at $ 3.50, and $ 4200 at $ 2.90.

As a result, the die roll has decreased from $ 2.90 to $ 3.60.

You should fight and hopefully have a chance for the players to improve on the Flemington quaddie’s first leg.

THE TIP: DEGRAVES and DICE Quinella.

TREVOR CLARKE HANDICAP (1000M)

Flemington, R7, 3:35 p.m.

Dirty Thoughts leads the market at $ 3.40 and will be another Jamie Kah favorite.

Dirty Thoughts enjoyed a great campaign around this time a year ago, winning three races in a row before placing twice in The Valley.

But the runner I’m keen on is the runner-up Express Pass who enjoyed the Flemington Straight on the last start to nail Zorro’s dream in the shadow of the post.

Express Pass has already been secured from $ 3.90 to $ 3.70, including a $ 2000 to $ 3.90 bet.

I think Express Pass is going to be a favorite.

There was interest in Gary Portelli attending Spaceboy, including a $ 1000 to $ 6.50 bet.

Spaceboy lined up a hat-trick of wins around this time last year and can freshly produce a big run.

THE TIP: Win an EXPRESS PASS.

FLEMINGTON CUP 1849 (2800M)

Flemington, R8, 4:15 p.m.

When South Pacific switched from Aidan O’Brien to be trained by Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, the price was as high as the expectations.

The horse had a great international résumé including a victory over Constantinople at Royal Ascot.

It took him longer than many would have thought to win his first Australian start, but that came about impressively at the last start in Flemington against similar competition he will face on Saturday.

Jamie Kah is staying with him here and the obvious concern is gate 15 in a 16-horse field.

South Pacific has a clear class advantage over the field and the $ 2.70 is an attractive price.

Outside of the favorite it looks like an even field.

Sweet Thomas is an honest stayer, and with $ 7 in profit and $ 2.30 in space, it is well worth making in the multiples.

THE TIP: SOUTH PACIFIC win.