Pearce Racing will saddle-up two last-start winners at tomorrow’s Belmont meeting.
Street Boss three-year-old Caress Your Soul, who broke her maiden tag at Northam on August 17, steps up in grade for the Mumm Champagne Plate (1000m).
The speedy filly was ridden off the speed for the first time at her last start and finished powerfully to beat Toroteija by a length.
She faces a sharp rise in class against the likes of Saturday winners Epic Grey and Saturia, however, her chances have been boosted with the booking of William Pike and she appears to have solid each-way claims.
Progressive stayer Let’s Twist posted a dominant victory at Belmont on August 23 and will also have to have to measure up to stronger company when tackling the Crown Perth Handicap (2000m) tomorrow.
The Statue Of Liberty five-year-old won by more than two lengths in class three grade last start and will face a 72+ field tomorrow, however, she gets the benefit of a five-kilogram weight relief.
Joseph Azzopardi retains the mount on the mare and the Pearce yard are confident she’ll produce another forward showing.
The stable will travel to the Goldfields on Sunday where Pushin’ Shapes will line up in the $100,000 Hahn Electrical Coolgardie Cup.