8 April 2017
After starting from inside of the back row, Handsandwheels settled in behind the leader Im Rockaria and enjoyed a lovely run in transit.
Driver Aiden DeCampo pushed off down the back straight the final time and the son of Mach Three saw clean racing room.
He had to come five wide around the home bend, but he motored home and got up in the shadows of the post to score a big win.
The win was Handsandwheels' fifth and takes his earnings to $156,650.
Bred by Mike and Sharon Howie's Copper Lodge, Handsandwheels is out of the Perfect Art mare Benjor Maddy Lombo.