A look at the international influence on the Caulfield Cup, the $5 million race that has attracted six overseas-trained horses this year.
South Australian-based Japanese apprentice Ryusei Sakai is excited about the chance to ride Sole Impact in the Caulfield Cup despite having the outside barrier.
The Darren Weir-trained import Kings Will Dream has had a flawless build-up to the Caulfield Cup.
Godolphin galloper Best Solution will carry the No.1 saddlecloth in the Caulfield Cup with the $5 million race attracting a capacity field.
Racing Victoria has confirmed Japanese horses Chestnut Coat and Sole Impact have been entered for the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups.