England's Rose and Nipster stroll home in co-features
Out-of-class ENGLAND'S ROSE on Saturday made all in blinding splits of 22.4 and 45.2 to romp the Hot Line Stakes by eight lengths in 1:12.0, overshadowing the colt, NIPSTER, who won the S in 1:13.3.
NIPSTER and ENGLAND'S ROSE, running at odds of 2-5 and 1-9, respectively, made short work of rivals in the six-furlong prep races for April's Guineas classics.
Breaking from post-position one, NIPSTER, partnered by Anthony Thomas, challenged RUM WITH ME and CASH IS KING entering the lane before pulling clear to win by two lengths ahead of late-closing MONEY MONSTER.
Omar Walker had it easy aboard ENGLAND'S ROSE, who won comfortably, returning off a five-month break.
Alford Brown saddled two winners, 4-5 chance TREVOR'S CHOICE and even-money favourite BEACH BOY, who made every post a winning one in the sixth with Shane Ellis, clocking a quick 1:06.3 for an eight-and-a-half length victory.
TREVOR'S CHOICE partnered by Raddesh Roman, capitalised on a mishap suffered by American SPARKLE DIAMOND to close a hat-trick of wins, clocking 1:00.0 to beat 17-1 outsider ANASO.
SPARKLE DIAMOND, returning off a seven-month lay-up, was hauled up by Simon Husbands coming off the home turn in the ninth event at five furlongs round.
Apprentice Reyan Lewis visited the winners' enclosure twice to top his peers, booting home MIRABILIS and TRADITION in the eighth and 10th races, respectively.
Racing continues at Caymanas Park midweek with the Ash Wednesday holiday meet.