One punter has managed to turn some loose change into a lazy $106,987 collect with a brilliantly-crafted seven-leg racing multi.

Outlaying just $5.50, the Sportsbet punter started at Canterbury on Friday night with Viceroy taking out race seven at $4.

The remaining six legs were all at Rosehill on Saturday, with old mate hitching his wagon to the Waller stable.

Promising filly Charlayne ($4.60) got the ball rolling with a strong victory in the opener, before Fiesta ($3.20) overcame trouble to win the G3 Widden Stakes (1100m).

Cellarman, another Waller runner, landed the fourth race at $4.60 - taking our punter past the halfway mark in his multi quest. 

After Bye See took out race six, it was over to $15-chance More Energy to run a place in the eighth.

Although finishing 4.1L from the winner High Opinion, the Coyle-trained More Energy managed to sneak into third, keeping the dream alive.

With six boxes ticked, it all came down to Don't Give A Damn in the last.

Backed from $4.20 into $2.40, the gelding took a slender lead into the straight before booting clear to win by nearly two lengths (below). 



$4.00   Canterbury R7 - Viceroy (W)

$4.60   Rosehill R1 - Charlayne (W)

$3.20   Rosehill R3 - Fiesta (W)

$4.60   Rosehill R4 - Cellarman (W)

$3.50   Rosehill R6 - Bye See (W)

$4.60   Rosehill R8 - More Energy (P)

$3.80   Rosehill R9 - Don’t Give A Damn (W)