Leading trainer Robert Gorham will saddle half of the six-horse field, including the favored entry of Meadow Wise and Bishop Casey, in Saturday&rsquo;s $20,000 Michigan Breeders&rsquo; Cup Handicap at Pinnacle Race Course. For Michigan-bred 3-year-olds and older, the 44th running of the 1 1/16-mile fixture will be the eighth race on the card and is scheduled for 5:46 p.m. Eastern.\r\nMeadow Wise is one of five starters returning from the July 3 Wolverine Stakes. Meadow Wise was seventh that day, beaten by 5 1/2 lengths, but came back July 31 to win an allowance race by a similar margin. Jeffrey Skerrett gets the return mount on the Henry Mast-owned gelding, who had a win and three seconds in stakes action here last year.\r\nMast also owns Bishop Casey, who was fourth in the Wolverine. Leading rider Tommy Molina gets the call on Bishop Casey.\r\nGorham&rsquo;s third runner is Out With a Bang, who is owned by Judith Worline and Erin Gorham. A stakes winner, he drew off to win his last two starts, both in July. Octavio Bernal is the rider.\r\nPerfect Start, the second choice on the morning line, was beaten a head in the Wolverine and has since run third, beaten a half-length, in an optional claimer at Thistledown. Trained by Sandy Adkins for Charlie Williams, Perfect Start overcame trouble three times last year to win the Mackinac Handicap at Pinnacle. He is 1-1-2 in 4 starts this year and gets regular rider Alexis Ortiz.\r\nRounding out the field are Michigan Sire Stakes winners Romeo Again and Meadow Vespers. Meadow Vespers won last year&rsquo;s Michigan Breeders&rsquo; Cup Handicap.