Dickoletto brought up his second win from his past four starts with an impressive performance at Pinjarra on Sunday.

Despite drifting from $5.50 to $7.00 prior to the running of the Glenroy Chaff Handicap (1400m), the Dick Turpin four-year-old settled in a prominent position behind the pacemakers for in-form hoop Jarrad Noske before peeling out turning for home and bounding away to score by almost two lengths.

Kiss The Breeze ($9.00) finished runner-up while the heavily-supported race favourite, Sophie’s Song ($1.70), finished a further neck away in third place. 

Dickoletto is building a consistent race record, having won four of his 11 starts and placing on a further three occasions to have accumulated total earnings of $73,475.

The Pearce stable will saddle-up last-start winner Starof Bonnie Rose and new stable addition, Storm Dancer, at Wednesday’s Ascot meeting.

[PHOTO: Western Racepix]

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