The Spring Carnival might be winding down, but Craig Williams will not be putting his feet up, reports

The reigning Victorian Metropolitan Jockeys’ Premiership, who claimed rider of the day honours at Sandown on Saturday with a winning treble, including Sandown Guineas success aboard Morton’s Fork, has a hectic weekend coming up.

It won’t involve Saturday’s Ballarat Cup Day card, which is the final feature meeting of the Carnival, with Williams instead chasing Group 1 Railway Stakes success on Saturday before heading abroad on Sunday.

“I’m due to fly to Perth this Saturday then board a plane to Singapore for the Gold Cup on Sunday,” Williams told’s Correct Weight on RSN927.

“The Railway for me is He Or She and I’ve been able to secure a ride in the Placid Ark and I’m riding Lusaha in the Western Australian Guineas.

“Bahana is my horse in the Gold Cup on Sunday in Singapore.”

Bahana has won half his 12 starts and will start one of the leading fancies in the 2200m Gold Cup on the strength of his last-start win in the El Dorado Classic, which is also over 2200m.

He Or She is a $15 chance in the Railway Stakes, a race Williams has won twice, aboard Gathering in 2010 and Good Project 12 months ago.

Williams’ Sandown treble took his season tally to 14 city wins, which has him in equal with Damian Lane in third spot on the metro jockey premiership table. Dwayne Dunn leads on 24 wins with Damien Oliver second on 19.