Sit & Steer, Stand & Cheer

Brazen Bully showed his potential with a dominant win on Tuesday at Pakenham.

He started an odds on favourite and made it an easy watch running the 1000m in 57.73, winning by over 3 lengths at the wire.

Ben Melham took the ride and had Brazen Bully sitting on the rump of the early leader, tracking the speed, controlling the race.

He straightened up, challenged the leader and took over at the 200m marl to race away and win easily, really opening up over the last 100m to show his class.

It was an easy watch for Dream Team, and showed that he is a horse that has the potential to go through the grades during the winter season.

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