The picket fence continued for Sea What I See as she slayed her rivals at Flemington on Saturday despite being held up until late in the race.

Jockey Blake Shinn, who has been aboard for all four wins this campaign, said the four-year-old grey was an exciting horse for the future. 

"She's brave and one of her greatest assets is that she is tenacious and it is great to see her run 2000m and still quicken into a gap like that," Shinn said.

Trainer Danny O'Brien said his charge just keep improving and has a fantastic will to win.

"I was pleased to see how well she relaxed in the run. There were some nervous moments there as they turned for home, but credit to the rider and horse to take the run and once she got through she was dominant late," O'Brien said.

"It's a good sign when a horse wants to take a gap and wants to run through the line for you -  it shows she wants to be a good racehorse. She is doing that at an early stage of her career and she has a really good appetite for it. "

O'Brien highlighted another ratings based run at Bendigo in a fortnight before looking to the Spring with the daughter of Sea The Stars.

"I would like to see her at the mile-and-a-half this Autumn and then we will get plenty of opportunities for black-type in the Spring," O'Brien said.

"I think we will give one more run and she will be a lot better filly with this preparation under her belt when she comes back."

O'Brien has had success with UK yearlings before and he is hoping this mare can soar to the heights as one of his famed Tattersalls purchases.

"She is the same play as Russian Camelot. She was bought as a yearling in the UK at Tattersalls by Mark Player and Robert Roulston, and they sent her to me as a baby and we broke her in and we have just been patient with her. They are always six months younger than the Australian horses and you can't get there too quickly, but she is on a really good progression right now,"

Sea What I See  is now four wins from six starts having won at Bendigo, Moonee Valley, Caulfield and now Flemington this campaign.

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