Trainer David Hayes is hoping to have runners in both of the key two-year-old races at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday. He has nominated impressive Flemington debut winner Clifton Red and For Lulu for the Group 2 $175,000 Magic Night Stakes (1200m) for the fillies, and his $2.4 million colt Wilderness and an unraced Fastnet Rock colt called Petrology for the Group 2 $175,000 Pago Pago Stakes (1200m). “Clifton Red is a good chance of backing-up, as long as she keeps eating this week, but For Lulu has been turned out – she’s gone shin-sore,” Hayes told Racing Network today. He is expecting his much-publicised colt Wilderness to run in the Pago Pago, and he is also expecting a different result from his debut fourth in the $250,000 VOBIS Gold Rush at Bendigo on March 15. “He was ridden too close at Bendigo, far too close. "I’m expecting with different riding tactics we’ll get a different result,” Hayes added. Wilderness was beaten more than seven lengths at Bendigo by Eloping, who is now coming to Sydney for the $3.5 million Golden Slipper Stakes (1200m) on April 5.