Paul O'Sullivan's Go Dan Go may not have been the most enthusiastic betting move of the afternoon, but he was the one that got the money. A huge move on True Intelligence from the Tony Millard yard in race nine was foiled after the three-year-old firmed from 9.0 to 4.7, but his backers had to settle for second. Go Dan Go (Zac Purton) had left followers happier in the second event, shortening from 5.5 to start favourite at 3.2. He was given a perfect trip by Purton and never looked in any danger of losing his first Class Four start, which will see him straight back into Class Three next time. 'His runs in Class Three had been quite good and this wasn't a strong race,' Purton said. 'The way he travelled all the way with 133 pounds makes you think he should be competitive when he goes back up and has only a light weight to carry.'