They'd probably all score the best in Belgian Specialty, but I understand they are only allowing one per sub-cat, so I have no immediately helpful suggestions, but here goes anyway. I have had some commercial Saisons with brett, so I see no problem with your first choice. If you can identify the wood character in the other, especially if you prompt the judge to look for it, then wood-aged is a good choice. The cleaner one with honey can go into Belgian Specialty. They sound really good.