Glen Boss has had the start of a careless riding suspension deferred a day, enabling him to ride Paris Match in the Keith Nolan Classic at Kembla Grange.

Boss was outed at Randwick on Saturday for allowing his mount Streama to shift in shortly after the start of the Group One Canterbury Stakes, causing interference to eventual third placed Red Tracer.

The ban was scheduled to start on Sunday, the same day as the Group Three Keith Nolan (1600m) for three-year-old fillies.

After consultation with stewards, it will now end on April 4. Boss will miss one feature Saturday, the Rosehill Guineas meeting on March 29.

The well-bred Paris Match, by Street Cry out of Group One winner Fashions Afield, is trained by Anthony Cummings.

She was one of the horses removed from the Gai Waterhouse stable after the public fall-out between the trainer and high profile owner John Singleton almost a year ago.

In her three starts since joining Cummings, Paris Match has followed a 1200m maiden win at Wyong with a third and a second on Randwick’s Kensington track over 1300 and 1550 metres respectively.

Leading ATC Oaks contender and VRC Oaks runner-up Zanbagh will run in the Keith Nolan on her way to the Group One fillies classic on April 19.

Her trainer Guy Walter has won the Kembla race twice, with Bernicia in 2008 and Appearance two years ago.

Appearance has gone on to win four Group One races, the most recent on Saturday when she claimed the Canterbury Stakes.

The Keith Nolen was also a stepping stone to Group One glory for 2008 winner Hot Danish and Allez Wonder the following year.

Entries for the Kembla Grange meeting close on Tuesday.