Race 4 - 2:27PM GET THE TABTOUCH MAIDEN (1400 METRES) - FULL FIELD
3. IMPRESSIVE STAR
TABtouch opening price: $13
Impressive Star featured in the Wednesday 3 May edition of Under The Radar before his first up run with the blinkers on.
The son of Myboycharlie put in a nice effort on that occasion when running sixth beaten 2¾ lengths behind all-the-way winner The Diary.
Two key factors came out of that race.
The first key point: four of the first five winners on that day led and won, signifying that you needed to be near the speed on that Wednesday afternoon which Impressive Star was not (by design of jockey and trainer).
The second, The Diary has since won in class one company, solidifying that maiden form line.
Out to 1400m with genuine speed expected will suit the four-year-old and he should be running on strongly, with any luck.
Watch the sound first up effort behind The Diary (pink and grey silks):
Race 6 - 3:40PM EVENTS AT ASCOT HANDICAP (1400 METRES) - FULL FIELD
TABtouch opening price: $8.50
Hinchinbeel was scratched at the barriers last time at the races, before a metro class event, after becoming cast in the stalls and being deemed unfit to race by vet staff.
Forget the first up run at Bunbury when he brushed the barrier partition on jumping.
That incident seemed to unsettle him and ultimately prevented him from running his natural race in the lead.
Out to 1400m and back to class three grade suits the son of Hinchinbrook and, if Aaron Mitchell can control the race out in front as he usually does so well, he will be hard to run down.
Watch his trial from the start of the preparation where he was beaten into third by Elegant Blast and The Cobbla (black cap, dark silks and white sleeves):
Race 7 - 4:15PM AMELIA PARK HANDICAP (2200 METRES) - FULL FIELD
TABtouch opening price: $14
Simply put, Scandium had no luck last start when trapped three-wide and finishing 10th behind Little Miss Mak.
He was a drifter in betting on that occasion but still managed to run an admirable race and was only beaten by 5¼ lengths.
Senior jockey Troy Turner goes on and should be able to get the gelding into a nice position, around midfield, with a bit of cover.
Being third up, the staying son Spieleister proved with a first up second that he has a win in him this preparation and this looks to be a suitable race.
Watch his excellent first up effort when running on behind Roth Da Toff at $51 (pink and yellow silks):
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