Trainer Paul Jordan has returned from his former homeland England, after a holiday, and his handy galloper Passion Cantata returns to racing on Wednesday.

Passion Cantata was badly stripped on her near fore leg in the Magic Millions 2YO classic won by Darlington Abbey on February 11.

The Oratorio-Sanabresa filly finished seventh in the Classic being beaten by only two and three quarter lengths by the winner despite lacerations.

Since resuming her work Passion Cantata was an impressive trial winner over 1000m on June 11 by over six lengths. Her time on a dead track was the best of the morning, 59.87 seconds, being the only galloper under a minute that morning over the journey.

At her first race start on February 1 she was a winner of the Westspeed Plate (1100m).

Her main rivals will be Angry Squatter, another Oratorio galloper, from the David Harrison stable and the Damian Winn-trained Unpretentious Lass.

Angry Squatter has started six times for a win, a second and a third and the top weight will enjoy the services of 3kg claiming apprentice Renee Forrest bringing his weight down to 56kg.

At his last start, on June 13, Angry Squatter ran greenly and lay outwards from the 600m mark. The winkers go on for this race.

Park Lane a galloper that ran a half-length second to Angry Squatter on June 13 is also engaged with 57.5kg.

Unpretentious Lass, a winner at Bunbury, in February, is also resuming after a break and will be having her fifth race start.

Winn will be looking for her to be his first metropolitan winner of the season after coming back from suspension earlier in the year.

The young trainer almost achieved it with Boy Mambo, on June 16, but in a slugging finish that galloper went down by a nose to the grey, Verdello Blue, in a 2000m race.

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