Magical Charm (red cap) placed fourth in last season's Kirin Megumi-WA Oaks at Ascot Racecourse
Magical Charm was a big betting drifter first up but the Savabeel mare is likely to attract support when she races for the second time as a four-year-old in the Crown Towers Handicap over 1,800 metres at Ascot Racecourse on Wednesday.
Jessica Gray rode Magical Charm, a full sister of Group One placegetter Placement, in a 1,400m handicap at Geraldton two and a half weeks ago when she finished four lengths off the winner, Diamond Jolson. William Pike jumps back on Magical Charm for the first time since he rode her to place second in a Good Friday race over 2,200m, after which other jockeys partnered her to finish fourth in the Kirin Megumi-WA Oaks and fifth in the Schweppes-WATC Derby. According to Punting Form's data, Magical Charm holds a class edge over her Crown Towers Handicap rivals based on her autumn efforts.
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