Let Me Handle It was the bright spot on a relatively quiet day for leading trainer Caspar Fownes, but the rising star did nothing to dampen anyone's enthusiasm for his future in taking the sixth event over 1,800m. Let Me Handle It (Brett Doyle) got the breaks when it mattered and comfortably held another promising horse in Packing Ok, and even his switching off in the closing stages is a positive for Doyle. 'He's a bit green and lazy and he switches off with you when he's in front but he's so laid back, you have to think that will be a good thing when he's s running in staying races,' Doyle said. 'He was helped by the step to 1,800m - it made my job easier anyway - but Caspar did ask me to give him a crack at the serious end of things to remind him he's there to race. It isn't a vice, that's just him being new to it all, and he has a lovely attitude.'