MOLLS Memory progressed again to follow up her Ascot victory with a win in the feature Handicap sprint at Windsor on Monday.

The daughter of Helmet, who won three Group One races in Australia during 2011, recorded a first career success at Ascot last month.

The four-year-old was stepped up to Class 3 for the first time in her nine-race career for the qualifier to the

Windsor

Sprint Series and sent off a well-backed 5-2 favourite.

Having tracked the leaders under Liam Keniry, the market leader was still going strong entering the home straight and ran on in the final furlong to lead near the finish.

Molls Memory had a neck in hand over runner-up Equitation (11-2) under the shadow of the post, with Danzan (100-30) just out-paced in third place.

Broad Appeal ran well considering the Apprentice Handicap, which got proceedings under way, did not unfold to suit.

The 13-2 chance was held up in the rear of the 13-strong field and progressed on the outside three furlongs from the finish.

The five-year-old stayed on in the final furlong an was nearest at the finish, beaten a length and a quarter in fourth position.

The mile and a half Handicap was won by 3-1 favourite Seaborn, who could bid for a quickfire double at Brighton next Tuesday.

The most impressive winner on the card was Hamish (2-5 favourite), a seven length victor in a Class 5 Novice Stakes over 10 furlongs.

The gelded son of Motivator, who won the Epsom Derby in 2005, finished runner-up on his racecourse debut at Thirsk back in April but made most a quickly drew clear.

Racing returns to Windsor on next Monday for a seven-race card that starts at 5.40pm.