In-form trainer Robbie Laing has issued rival trainers a scary warning ahead of Saturday’s Group 3 $150,000 Bletchingly Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield.

Laing will line up exciting three-year-old Lord Of The Sky in the feature race on the Caulfield program, the Bletchingly Stakes.

“He went into his race last time with a few issues that had me a little wary, but he’s spot-on this week,” Laing told Racing Network.

Laing feels the horse’s greatest asset is his incredibly high cruising speed.

“People said he got it easy in front last time but he went 10.8 for one (200m) section, then 11 for the next and still finished off in the fastest last 200 metres of the race,” he said.

Laing is referring to the three-year-old colt’s four-and-a-half length win in the Group 3 $135,000 Sir John Monash Stakes (1100m) win at Caulfield, on July 5.

Laing, who trained a double from just two runners at yesterday’s Caulfield meeting, has had a fabulous season.

“We’ve had a terrific year and we’re hoping this bloke can take us into the next 12 months too,” he added.

Lord Of The Sky is a raging hot $1.70 favourite in early markets for the Bletchingly, and Laing said he will go to 1400-metres next, in either the Memsie Stakes or the Liston Stakes.

“I’ve got no doubt he’ll run 1400-metres so going to one of those races holds no fears at all.

"Firstly I’d like to get over tomorrow then we’ll look ahead,” he said.

Part of Laing’s past 12 months was a stunning win by Polanski in the Victoria Derby.