Mikimoto was victorious in the Peacock Bros-Burgess Queen Stakes during 2017 Melbourne Cup Day at Ascot Racecourse
William Pike's interstate trip means someone other than The Wizard will partner Mikimoto for the first time in her career if she contests the Amelia Park Beef Handicap on Saturday's Supremacy Stakes Day at Ascot Racecourse and, according to Punting Form's data-driven neural prices, Chris Parnham's pick-up ride deserves TABtouch favouritism for the opening event on the eight-race card.
Mikimoto has won four of her six starts, including the Peacock Bros-Burgess Queen Stakes last season and the Thoroughbred Breeders WA-Pearl Classic last time out. Mikimoto overcame the inconvenience of a slow tempo to prevail at Pinjarra Park four weeks ago and she looks capable of elevating significantly third up in her first preparation since joining Adam Durrant from Grant and Alana Williams. Mikimoto had 427 days away from the track following her luckless David Grays Aglink-WA Champion Fillies Stakes bronze medal in November 2017 and, while Media Baron rates as a real threat based on his most recent performance, the David Harrison-prepared gelding has won just once of his 18 races.
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