So You See will be wearing blinkers for the first time as she makes the step up to 2000 metres in Saturday's Group 1 Australasian Oaks at Morphettville.
The Mike Moroney-trained daughter of So You Think will be having her fifth and likely final run of this preparation when she tackles the Oaks, for which she is currently a 16/1 chance, after she was just narrowly denied at Sale on Good Friday.
"I was just a bit disappointed she didn’t win, even though she was only beaten a nose," Moroney told Racing.com. "We are going to put blinkers on her this start, she just ran all over the track and it probably cost her winning.
"Getting to 2000 metres with her breeding is going to be great to see. She looks the sort of filly that it's going to be her trip at this stage."
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Following a decisive maiden win at Pakenham, the three-year-old has caught the eye with an unlucky fourth in the Kewney Stakes and Moroney admitted this has been the target since.
"I don't think she's got too much (improvement),” Moroney added. "I'd like to say we could be running in this race in 12 months' time because physically she's probably still on the weak side and that's why we will more than likely pull up stumps after this.
"She worked well this morning, I didn't have to do a lot with her because she's pretty fit now, just give her practice in the blinkers."
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