STREET Parade looks a Pattern class winner waiting to happen after an impressive success in a Class 2 Handicap at Windsor on Monday.

The gelded son of high-class sprinter Swiss Spirit, whose three wins include one at Group 3 level, was making his seasonal reappearance in the


Sprint Series qualifier.

The 7-1 chance made an effort to quicken the tempo with a one length lead two furlongs from the finish. Driven out by Jason Watson, the three-year-old was always doing enough to score by a length and a quarter.

Top Breeze, the 11-8 favourite, kept on inside the final furlong but was never quite getting to the winner.

Alabama Whitman made a promising debut when finishing runner-up in a Class 5 Novice Auction Stakes over six furlongs.

The daughter of Ivawood, who finished third in both the English and Irish 2,000 Guineas in 2015, was an unfancied 28-1 chance for the 13-runner contest.

The filly made some headway under pressure on the outside over two furlongs from the finish and stayed on well under Jamie Spencer, but not able to reach the winner.

Alabama Whitman has some high class entries later on in the season, including the Super Sprint Stakes at Newbury in July.

The most impressive winner on the Bank Holiday Card was Lethal Missile, who won the concluding Class 5 Handicap over a mile.

The 11-4 favourite raced in midfield under Adam Kirby before being switched left to the outside and making good headway up the home straight.

Ridden to lead a furlong from the finish, the three-year-old stayed to strongly to score by two and a half lengths from Rock The Cradle (28-1), with Sassoon (10-1) back in third.