David Harrison will unleash classy filly Red Hot Sax at Pinjarra this afternoon as she returns to tackle the Premier Hotel Bucks Off Liquor Handicap (1200m).

The Saxon three-year-old resumes after a successful Ascot summer carnival campaign in which she claimed her best win in Listed Burgess Queen Stakes (1400m).

She also ran second in the Champion Fillies Stakes (1600m) and was third behind King Saul at her previous appearance in the WA Guineas (1600m) last November.

Red Hot Sax will carry 60kg with the claim of Renee Forrest and will jump from barrier two in the field of twelve.

Adam Durrant’s Monemvasia has mixed form with two placings from five starts but will have solid claims after her last-start effort at Pinjarra on May 17.

The Rock Of Gibraltar filly was near last on entering the home straight but produced a strong finishing run to be placed second and one length from Iseethingsyoudon’t.

From barrier nine she is likely to go back but you would anticipate the extra 200m of the Forum Gents Hairstylists Maiden will be right up her alley.

The main danger will come from Ultimate Success who was doing his best work late when second to Tiffany Yellow on debut at Northam last fortnight.

The Blackfriars gelding gained a dream rails run and is likely to follow a similar path after drawing barrier two for jockey Paul Harvey.

Look for improvement from Kaitaia with the blinkers going on.

If you have been following Swing keep sticking because the Bel Sprit filly is knocking on the door of victory and can prise it open in the Personal Mortgage Advisors Maiden (1400m).

Prepared by co-trainers Lou and Dion Luciani, Swing has been placed second on five occasions including her first three runs back this campaign.

Flirt With Me showed enough at her first campaign of racing to suggest she is capable of producing first up.

The Bunbury-trained filly raced twice with her best effort a third to Travinator who franked the form with a double at Ascot.

Flirt With Me has drawn well in gate three for Jarrad Noske and was a narrow third in a recent Belmont trial over 1000m.

Temples will strip fitter for the outing after running 11th of 12 to Just Wicked and can’t be left out of calculations.

Endless Sacrifice has been racing well and looks hard to beat in the Silver Sands Tavern Handicap (2000m) after finishing 1 half lengths to Greymates over 2100m at Belmont last week.

This horse rarely runs a bad race and has only missed the money on three occasions from 13 starts to date.

Challengers will include Cat Five, who steps up over ground for the first time, No Expectations and Chester Mill.

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