LEADING Warrnambool trainer Lindsey Smith hopes the services of apprentice jockey Chris Caserta will add another winning double at Flemington on Saturday.
Great Again and Reykjavik gave Smith his first Flemington double on May 23.
He saddles up Queen La Diva and No Say In It in restricted races with Caserta aboard.
"Having the claim for Chris on Queen Oa Diva and No Say In It is a great result for us," Smith said.
Her biggest worry is she can be a bit tardy in the barriers if she jumps well she should run well.Lindsey Smith
"Chris is a good talented young jockey. We're backing No Say In It up after his run last week.
"I'm not really sure how he'll handle the back-up but within himself No Say In It has pulled up well from last week's run.
"The 1800 metres should suit him."
Queen La Diva, a last start Bendigo winner over 1600 metres, drops back to 1400 metres for Saturday's essay but the multiple group one winning trainer is unperturbed.
"She's worked very well since her last win," Smith said.
"Her biggest worry is she can be a bit tardy in the barriers if she jumps well she should run well."
Bookmakers have installed Queen La Diva an $11 chance in her race while No Say In It is rated a $5 hope.
Fellow Warrnambool trainers Symon Wilde, Aaron Purcell, Daniel Bowman and Matthew Williams also have runners at Flemington.
The powerful Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable has runners at Flemington, Casterton, Randwick, Morphettville and Eagle Farm.
The undefeated Macroura is chasing her fourth consecutive victory when she runs at Eagle Farm in the group one J.J. Atkins and Bam's On Fire lines up in the Stradbroke Handicap.
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