Caulfield trainer Mick Price will unveil a couple of handy recent stable acquisitions at his home track this Saturday. The in-form horseman will take a couple of well-performed mares to the races for the first time, including last month’s Listed Ipswich Cup winner Anagold.

The daughter of Anabaa is owned by established stable client Melvin Foo, who is keen to pursue the greater prizemoney on offer in Victoria with the mare who turns five on 1 August.

“With her rating – she’s an open handicapper – I don’t think Queensland affords that type of mare a chance at the better prizemoney,” Price said of the former Bryan Guy-trained mare.

“I think it was an intelligent enough decision by Melvin. She’s settled in good, she worked super here on Saturday morning and is going great.

“If we could put away a couple of $80,000, $100,000 races with her, we’d be happy with that.”

Anagold, who finished eighth in the Caloundra Cup at her most recent outing, has won six of her 28 starts and just short of $250,000 in stakes.

She joins Dayita, Innocent Lady, Orientaped, Road Trippin’, Storm Burst, Under The Hat and Group 2 winner Upbeat among the nominations for the 1800m Open Handicap.

Quality former South Australian Draw Forward is the other four-year-old mare Price will start for the first time on Saturday, but which race the ex-Richard Jolly stable member contests he is not yet sure.

Draw Forward has been nominated for the day’s feature, the $150,000 Group 3 Bletchingly Stakes (1200m), along with the $80,000 Fillies and Mares’ Handicap (1200m).

Price will study the nominations, which closed at midday, before deciding where to run the daughter of Charge Forward, who was recently purchased by bloodstock agent Shamus Mills for Robert and June Harding.

“Her form in the next couple of runs will dictate what we do with her in the next 12 months, whether we breed with her or race on,” Price said.

 “While Richard Jolly has done a superb job with her, we are hoping there is some good racing left in her. She’s an energetic, robust small-to-medium-size sprinting mare and hopefully she can do the job on raceday for us.”

Draw Forward has had 21 starts for five wins, three of which have come at Moonee Valley, while she was also placed in last year’s Listed Redelva Stakes.

Draw Forward is one of 15 nominations for the Bletchingly, which includes Sir John Monash Stakes winner Pago Rock and minor placegetters Elite Elle and Second Effort, Launay, Sea Lord and Zamorar.

Elite Elle is also among her possible rivals in the fillies and mares’ event, as are fellow Bletchingly entries Serene Star, Octavia and the now-Peter-Moody-trained Kneeling, along with Ladys Angel, who is now in the care of Danny O’Brien.

The above events are among the highlights on Victoria’s final Saturday fixture of the 2012/13 season, which also includes one final VOBIS Gold bonus race for the two-year-olds, which counts Clevadude and Thermal Current and the possible starters.

Full entries for all races on the Caulfield card are available via the link. Fields will be finalised on Wednesday morning.