Ballarat-owned Mr Quickie is on the third line of betting for Saturday's $5m group 1 Caulfield Cup, 2400m.
The Chris Waller-trained Finch has been installed as favourite ahead of Japanese raider Mer Der Grace.
Mr Quickie is managed by Ballarat-based syndicator Wylie Dalziel-Roy Higgins Racing and trained by Phillip Stokes at Pakenham.
Ballarat jockey John Allen takes the ride on what is the only Victorian-bred runner in the race.
Allen landed the group 1 Queensland Derby, 2400m, on Mr Quickie in June.
Mr Quickie has had two starts since resuming from a break.
He was a first-up third in the group 1 Makybe Diva, 1600m, at Flemington and then was never in the race when 10th in the group 1 Turnbull Stakes, 2000m, at Flemington on October 5.
Mr Quickie drew barrier 10, but will jump from eight if the four emergencies do not get a start.
Godolphin veteran Hartnell, trained by James Cummings, is top weight with 58kg.
Wolfe secured the last spot in the field by winning the group 3 Coongy Cup at Caulfield on Wednesday, which provided a ballot exemption.
1-Hartnell (James Cummings) 17 Brad Rawiller 58kg
2-Mirage Dancer (Trent Busuttin-Natalie Young) 13 Ben Melham 56kg
3-Mer De Glace (Hisashi Shimizu) 21 Damian Lane 55.5kg
4-Mustajeer (Kris Lees) 16 Damien Oliver 55.5kg
5-Rostropovich (David and Ben Hayes-Tom Dabernig) 18 Dwayne Dunn 55.5kg
6-Finch (Chris Waller) 19 Michael Walker 54.5kg
7-Gold Mount (Ian Williams) 4 Mark Du Pleiss 54.5kg
8-Red Verdon (Ed Dunlop) 15 Pat Cosgrave 54.5kg
9-Angel Of Truth (Gwenda Markwell) 14 Dean Yendall 54kg
10-Big Duke (Kris Lees) 1 Brett Prebble 54kg
11-Constantinople (David and Ben Hayes-Tom Dabernig) 7 Luke Nolen 53kg
12-Mr Quickie (Phillip Stokes) 10 John Allen 53kg
13-Crown Prosecutor (Stephen Marsh) 2 Craig Grylls 52.5kg
14-Vow And Declare (Danny O'Brien) 9 Craig Williams 52.5kg
15-Brimham Rocks (Chris Waller) 20 Michael Dee 52kg
16-The Chosen One (Murray Baker-Andrew Forsman) 22 Stephen Baster 52kg
17-Qafila (David and Ben Hayes-Tom Dabernig) 6 Cory Parish 52kg
18-Wolfe (Gai Waterhouse-Adrian Bott) 5 Beau Mertens 50kg
19-Sound (Michael Moroney) 8 James Winks 54kg
20-Neufbosc (David and Ben Hayes-Tom Dabernig) 3 Jye McNeil 54kg
21-True Self (Williams Mullins) 12 Declan Bates 52kg
22-Prince Of Arran (Charlie Fellowes) 11 Jamie Kah 53.5kg
THE line-up for Saturdays' $25,000 Blue Pyrenees Estate Avoca Cup, 1860m, will be revealed on Thursday.
Jumbo Prince has top weight of 64kg.
A last-start hurdle winner at Mt Gambier, Jumbo is now in the care of John Brooks at Warrnambool after previously being trained by Jarrod McLean.
Penny To Sell and Snoano are next in the weights on 61kg, while last-start Murtoa Cup winner Tre Dieci has 60.
Loresho 57kg, Brigadier 56.5kg, Not To Know 56.5kg and Montauk 56kg are the others among the 30 nominations above the 55kg minimum weight.
The field limit is 10 plus four emergencies.
Avoca Shire Turf Club has programmed seven races, with track rated a soft5.