Unbeaten juvenile Cadenza will be back in the spotlight when she tackles Saturday's $100,000 Gimcrack Stakes (1100m) at Ascot.

Trainer Dan Morton restricted Cadenza to light work at his Ascot stables instead of giving her a quick break after her win in last month's $250,000 Magic Millions Perth 2YO Classic (1100m).

The Oratorio filly, who also won on debut at Ascot a week before the Magic Millions, is chasing a slice of history.

No two-year-old has won the rich double of the Magic Millions and $500,000 Karrakatta Plate (1200m), which is run a fortnight after the Gimcrack.

"I just took the foot off the accelerator with her," Morton said. "She's very well heading into the Gimcrack."

Cadenza won the Magic Millions narrowly from Rommel, who shares Karrakatta Plate favouritism after an impressive Ascot win on Saturday.

Cadenza faces a Gimcrack Stakes clash with Fuld's Bet, the equal $5 favourite for the Karrakatta.

Morton was forced to scrap Karrakatta plans for Amachisit after his unlucky fifth in the Magic Millions.

"He was feeling his shins a bit so he's in the paddock," he said.

"He's more of a late two-year-old or early three-year-old type."

Meanwhile, trainer Vaughn Sigley will roll the dice by applying blinkers to Black Heart Bart in Saturday's $100,000 JC Roberts Stakes (1800m).

Sigley hopes the change will help Black Heart Bart break through after several placings.

The West Australian

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