Better Ethics is shooting for a hat-trick of wins after only four starts for Hatch since transferring from Caloundra trainer Natalie McCall.
“He sulked after he failed in his first run for me at Ipswich then he ran third at Gatton before winning his last two here at Toowoomba," Hatch said.
“His last win was fantastic after he ran wide on the first corner and then pulled hard.
“It was a first-class effort and he drops four kilograms tomorrow.”
While Hatch is hopeful of giving Wilson-Taylor his first win in town, the apprentice jockey is confident of winning the opening race on the Stu Kendrick-trained Fierce Warrior in the QTIS Two-Year-Old Handicap over 900 metres.
“I spoke to Kyle about our chances and I’m confident Better Ethics will be hard to beat but he told me he was just as confident Stuey’s horse would go close to winning the first,” Hatch said.
Fierce Warrior won on debut over 800 metres for Wilson-Taylor at Ipswich in mid-April before finishing a close fifth to the Kelly Schweida-trained Miss Hipstar in the Listed Dalrello Stakes at Eagle Farm on May 1.
Wilson-Taylor’s remaining rides are Reality (Class 1 Handicap), Danish Fortune (QTIS 3YO Handicap), Howwonderfullifeis (Benchmark 72 Handicap), Rock Amore (Class 2 Handicap) and Bold Warrior in the Benchmark 72 Handicap.