Varboss (Image courtesy of Slickpix)

Cranbourne trainer Mick Kent will have a double shot at scooping the lucrative VOBIS Gold prizemoney on offer at Caulfield on Saturday, reports

Kent is hopeful that either Varboss or Written will be in the money when they take their place in the$250,000 Gallagher Bassett VOBIS Gold Mile (1600 metres) on Saturday.

Varboss has done everything right to date leading into his target race this time in, winning on each occasion he has stepped out this preparation.

The son of Street Boss won first-up in the Schweppes Handicap at Sandown Lakeside in January, followed up with a win in the Stirling Mortlock Handicap at Moonee Valley and saluted last start in the Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa Handicap at Sandown Hillside.

Kent said the four-year-old gelding was primed for a good run on Saturday, where he will be ridden by Luke Nolen from the outside barrier.

“He’s going really well at the moment, but he’ll want a bit further than the mile I think,” he said.

“He hasn’t drawn a great barrier, but he would be at the back of the field in this sort of race anyway so it is not as big of a disadvantage as some would see it as he’s not a horse that goes forward anyway.

“This was a target race for him with this sort of money on offer.

“It’s a competitive race, but I’m hopeful he’ll be up there.”