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See Me Through has all the answers off front

See Me Through kicks for homeSee Me Through kicks for home
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See Me Through made all and kept up the gallop to land the FEXCO Maiden over an extended mile in Killarney.

In-form Shane Foley, partnering his 14th winner in the last three weeks, drove the 11/8 favourite home by two and a-half lengths from Free Flow (2/1) who got up for second from Dalva's Boys (11/1).

Ross O'Sullivan said: "We were disappointed the last day when we thought he'd nearly win in Leopardstown, but maybe his first run back maybe took a little out of him. He had a nice little space between runs today.

"Dusty (Foley) said he had plenty left, felt he loved the ground and has big feet on him. He probably wants a ease in the ground and did everything nicely. He is an improver and it is grand to have him.

"We'll look for a similar handicap."

Referencing owner Norman Williamson's Saturday breeze-up sale of a Justify colt to Godolphin for €2.3m, O'Sullivan quipped "it is great Norman and Janet (Williamson) were here and it's Janet's first winner - they're going well!"

Additional reporting by Tom Weekes

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About Michael Graham
Michael has worked in horse racing journalism for more than 15 years, having also written a weekly betting column on Gaelic football and hurling for a newspaper. He is involved in writing the My Racing Story features on this website. He spent a year in South Africa completing a Diploma in Business Administration and also studied Newspaper Journalism in Belfast. He enjoys playing 5-a-side football on a regular basis.