Richard Kingscote demonstrated his capabilities from the front once again as Fizzy Feet dominated the Betway Handicap at Lingfield.
In a performance reminiscent of Kachy, who races in the same green silks of David Lowe, Fizzy Feet still has some way to go to match that one’s exploits.
But David Loughnane’s filly is clearly still on the upgrade as she held off Total Commitment by a length and a quarter.
“We hit the lids nicely, she gave me a lovely feel and pricked her ears in front,” said Kinsgcote.
“Going from five to six (furlongs), she had the pace to kick clear on the turn.
“She is a bit bouncy, but in the race she’s very straightforward now and going up in trip has really helped and opened more doors.
“She does favour going left, so having a rail is very helpful.”
Kingscote also won the seller with 4-7 favourite Dream Magic, trained by Mark Loughnane.
Simon Crisford’s Red Mist was heavily backed making his return after 237 days off in the Bombardier Golden Beer Handicap, but he faded tamely in the straight.
It was Silent Attack (7-2) and the bang in-form Ben Curtis who took the race by the scruff of the neck to win by a length from Goring.
Cwynar benefited from an excellent front-running ride from David Probert to win the Bombardier British Hopped Amber Beer Handicap.
Having won on her first start for Andrew Balding since joining from Rebecca Curtis, she was given 100 days to freshen up and kicked clear off the bend to gain an unassailable lead.
The 5-4 favourite Agent Of Fortune tried to reel her in but failed by half a length.
Probert said: “There was a lack of pace so we wanted to be positive and I got left alone.
“I nicked three lengths and it was very satisfying. As she hadn’t run for a while, it was key to have an easy lead.”