Craig Williams has a full book of rides at Flemington as he renews his chase for a fifth Melbourne jockeys' premiership.
Saturday's meeting will be the first Williams has ridden in Melbourne since May 11 after being suspended during the Adelaide carnival.
Williams has mounts in all nine races with rides for Lindsay Park, Gai Waterhouse, Henry Dwyer, David Jolly, Robert Smerdon, Darren Weir, Chris Waller and Danny O'Brien.
With 15 metropolitan meetings left for the season, Williams trails current leader Dwayne Dunn by three.
But with Dunn riding at the Group One meeting in Brisbane, Williams has the chance to eat into his lead.
Dunn is on 55 with Damien Oliver in third place on 47.
The three jockeys fought out a thrilling premiership finish last year with Oliver prevailing for a 10th time.