Two for the opening meeting at Ascot tomorrow

Pushin’ Shapes will be out to go one place better when he tackles the bench mark 72+ event over 1600 metres. The 5YO son of former resident stallion Viscount has been a good money earner for connections picking up $287,900 in prize money and bonuses from his 26 starts.

Tomorrow the 3YO Snitzel filly Necklet will have her second race start. Her first up effort at Belmont over 1200 metres in late September was very encouraging running second beaten a short neck. She subsequent won a trial at Lark Hill by two lengths early October.

Tomorrow she steps up to 1400 metres in a 3YO open class event.

Good luck to our partners.