HOW THE RACE WAS WON

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - NEWS - Com­piled by SHAYNE O’CASS

START

Sun­light, Mizzy, Fasika and Kold­ing were all quick into stride. Sun­light was sure to be three-wide the trip but used her su­pe­rior pace to cross over and even­tu­ally find the lead on the fence. Bru­tal was mid­field and wide at this point.

800M

Sun­light has the lead and is trav­el­ling well just past the half­way mark. Bru­tal is obliged to punch up and sit out­side her given his out­side bar­rier draw. Fasika sits in be­hind the speed with Mizzy close by. Kold­ing is ideally placed fifth on the fence.

400M

A line of three up front with Sun­light on the in­side. Bru­tal is out­side her with Ir­ish vis­i­tor I Am Su­per­man was three­out af­ter mak­ing a bold move. Arcadia Queen gets mov­ing in the run­ning line, while Clas­sique Le­gend has plenty to do.

200M

Sun­light has the lead by a length and looks like hold­ing them off. Mizzy is mak­ing her run closer in. The aptly-named Be­he­moth looks very strong out wide while Kold­ing is still badly held-up be­hind horses and looks like he may never get out.

FIN­ISH

Kold­ing bursts through the field 100 yards out to am­bush a brave Sun­light in the shadow of the post. There was less than a neck cov­er­ing the next three - $61 shot Mizzy, $101 pop Be­he­moth and favourite Arcadia Queen.

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