ETOBICOKE, Ontario &ndash; Guest Appearing caused a stir on Queen&rsquo;s Plate Day when he spooked from the drumbeats of a nearby band during the post parade, dumping jockey Tyler Pizarro.\r\nDespite being shaken up, Pizarro remounted and rode him in a 22-1 upset score over Ontario-sired maiden special opponents.\r\nGuest Appearing will return in Thursday&rsquo;s Woodbine headliner as one of two Mark Casse-trained runners in the Ontario-sired allowance route for 3-year-olds, along with Nine Winds.\r\nGuest Appearing, a son of Plate winner Niigon, wasn&rsquo;t an impact player in three 2-year-old outings. In his May 7 season opener, he faded to fourth after dueling through quick fractions, but could manage only sixth under apprentice Betty-Jo Williams in another 1 1/16-mile maiden special three weeks later.\r\nIn the race before the June 26 Plate, Guest Appearing dueled up front on the outside after breaking from post 13. He opened up a clear lead on the far turn, and won in a time of 1:45.57 for the 1 1/16 miles, which was good for a Beyer Speed Figure of 72.\r\n&ldquo;He showed absolutely nothing at 2,&rdquo; Casse recalled. &ldquo;When we took him to Florida over the winter, he changed. I actually thought he would win first time out this year. The second time, I had Betty-Jo try to rate him, and he didn&rsquo;t care for that. When he won, I told Tyler he didn&rsquo;t have to be on the lead, but to be close to it. He just kept running. He had so many reasons not to win, and for him [to prevail] was quite impressive.&rdquo;\r\nNine Winds failed to find the mark in seven starts at 2, when he was trained by Mac Benson. He graduated in his season debut in a slow seven-furlong sprint, and finished eighth when he experimented on the grass most recently under Patrick Husbands.\r\n&ldquo;Nine Winds had a real troubled trip last time,&rdquo; Casse said. &ldquo;Patrick felt that he should have run much better.&rdquo;\r\nHusbands is back aboard Nine Winds, and Pizarro retains the mount on Guest Appearing.\r\nOne Big Gator finished far back in 15th in the Plate, which wasn&rsquo;t long after he graduated with a 74 Beyer Figure under Husbands. Eurico Da Silva will ride him for trainer John Ross.\r\nCharlie Bull is coming off an improved performance going three-quarters, but his two-turn form leaves something to be desired.