The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - RACING - MATT JONES

HE was the horse who didn’t know how to win but Gre­sham is start­ing to turn him­self into the com­plete pack­age.

It was on show again at Rose­hill Gar­dens yes­ter­day.

The Chris Waller-trained three­year-old placed in six of his first seven runs and punters had had enough of him, but they’re back on board af­ter he made it three wins from his past four starts.

“He’s in a rich vein of form and he re­ally dom­i­nated that race from start to fin­ish and who knows where he could get to but it could be to a good level,” win­ning jockey Blake Shinn said.

That next level could be as soon as Satur­day at Doomben in the Group 2 Queens­land Guineas.

Yes­ter­day, he had his own way out in front and was never go­ing to lose, beat­ing Chalmers by 2¼ lengths.

“He’s just learnt to at­tack the line,’’ Waller said. “He’s de­vel­oped into a man and is a changed horse now.”

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