There will be a quaddie theme about Saturday’s Moonee Valley meeting with three horses entering the program chasing a fourth-straight success. Lucky Symbol, Kiss Me Ketut and Our Hand of Faith will all be out to follow up wins at their past three outings when they compete in a bumper day of action at the final Melbourne meeting of 2013.

South Australian three-year-old Lucky Symbol will be striving to keep his unbeaten record intact when he contests the $80,000 Top Cut Handicap (1200m).

The Phillip Stokes-trained Magnus gelding has won his only three starts, all at Morphettville, the most recent a comfortable one-length victory over 1050m on 7 December.

He will start from barrier four, with Dom Tourneur in the saddle, in the 10-horse event that includes former Blue Diamond Prelude runner-up The Bowler, dual city winner Charles In Charge and seven-length debut winner Seven Falls.

The Top Cut Handicap precedes one of the day’s two $100,000 features, the Emsley Lodge Handicap (1600m), in which the Stephen Theodore-trained Kiss Me Ketut will be out to continue her winning spree.

The three-year-old daughter of Danroad completed her hat-trick at Flemington on 14 December.

She carried 55kg to victory that day and rises to 57kg for Saturday’s race in which the pair to ran the quinella in the Inglis Bonus race at Moonee Valley on 13 December and five other last-start winners make up her rivals.

Our Hand of Faith will be chasing his quaddie at his first run for Melbourne’s leading trainer Darren Weir.

The Testa Rossa five-year-old has not started since winning over 1500m at Rosehill on 27 October 2012, when trained by Anthony Cummings.

He will start from barrier three in the capacity field of 14 plus six emergencies for the $80,000 City Jeep Handicap (1200m).

Bumper fields are the order of the day late in the Valley program with the three other legs boasting full 15-horse fields, including two with five emergencies.

The $100,000 Jeep Don’t Hold Back Handicap (1000m) for mares, which is Race 6 on the card, is a competitive affair with Halle Rocks, Prettyhappyaboutit and Sassy Tycoon heading the list of runners.

The day’s other highlight is the West Moonee Valley Plate (1000) that kicks off the Moonee Valley card with the David Hayes-trained pair Akhlaaq and Morocan Diva racing for $50,000 in VOBIS incentives in addition to the $80,000 prizemoney.