After not being able to take up a forward position early it allowed jockey Jim Byrne to find the fence on Say I Cee You when travelling in seventh position early in the race.

With no real changes in the running order for the first 800 metres the field began to bunch up as they went past the 600 metre point forcing runners to head out wide as they rounded the home turn.

The patience displayed by Byrne saved many lengths which allowed Say I Cee You to secure clear running as they dived through between horses three away from the fence.

Say I Cee You was finishing full of running and claimed the lead passing the 200 metre marker going on to record a very solid 1.5 length win.

This is Say I Cee You third win from fifteen starts which takes his prizemoney to $138,550. His three wins have been over 1200, 1300 & 1400 metres.

Congratulations to all owners Mark McLean, Jane Brosnan, Damien Merola, Brett Clulow, Andy Grant, Steve Morley, Shane Ryan, David Vedelago, Darren Oates, Sam Daniels, Lucky 16 No 1 & Lucky Sixteen No 2 Syndicates.

On this occasion Say I Cee You was strapped by Kaitlin Collins.

 

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