Peter Moody will unveil a relation to a Golden Slipper placegetter on Saturday, but it is his two other first-starters in the $80,000 Robert Taranto Handicap that he is most optimistic about.

Best Bold and Daisy Chain will accompany Bring Me The Maid’s sister Devious Maid in the 1100-metre event that kicks off the Caulfield Easter Saturday program.

Best Bold, a son of Equiano and Redoute’s Choice mare Crimson Code, and Daisy Chain, a daughter of Pins and ATC Oaks winner Daffodil, have both impressed in recent jumpouts that have Moody keen on their debut chances.

“Daisy Chain has trialled up pretty well, she came over from New Zealand pretty forward, but we’ve given her a couple of trials at Caulfield and shown nice ability as has Best Bold, who’s shown ability in a couple of jumpouts at Sandown and Caulfield,” Moody told’s Racing Ahead.

“They would be my two leading chances in the race. I’m expecting them to both to go there and run well.”

Best Bold, who will be ridden by Luke Nolen and jump from barrier seven, heads TAB’s market at $3.20 with Daisy Chain (Linda Meech, barrier six) at $15.

Moody also has Palace Tycoon engaged, but suggested he was likely to be scratched after drawing the second-widest alley in the capacity field.

Devious Maid (Regan Bayliss, barrier 16) is an $11 chance, but Moody said the daughter of Sebring was basically there for the experience.

“She’s a nice filly, not probably as mature as Bring Me The Maid was at the same age, but we’re going to give her a spin for education,” he said.

“We’ll ride her a bit patient. She could run well if the run-on horses can come into it because I think she’s a nice filly but is going to be a next-timer.”

Easter Saturday could be a big one for Moody two-year-olds with the champion trainer to start unbeaten filly Pasadena Girl in the $1 million Group 1 ATC Sires’ Produce (1400m).

The daughter of Savabeel, a back-to-back winner at Flemington at her only two starts, has risen to every challenge asked of her to date, which prompted Moody to give her a chance at the top level.

“We had her in last week and then assessed the field and what might have been in the Sires’ and thought you don’t get too many throws at the stumps in a million-dollar race, so we elected to pay the late entry and have a go on Saturday,” Moody said.

“She’s been up in Sydney for a bit over a fortnight and she looks well. She’s held her condition well, each time I’ve run her I’ve suggested to the owners she possibly goes for a spell, but she loves what she does and she hasn’t missed a beat.”

Pasadena Girl, who will be ridden by Vlad Duric, is a $6 chance in TAB’s Sires’ market, which is headed by Blue Diamond winner Pride Of Dubai at $3.50.