Consistent sprinter reunites with Michael Cahill
Ultra-consistent sprinter Dream Master is ready to return to the fray.
Dream Master was pencilled in for a race last month but a wide draw and a wet track saw the good looking gelding scratched.
Instead, Dream Master trialled at the Gold Coast on Monday morning and he showed he was ready to race with a pleasing effort leading and then being nosed out on the line.
Dream Master is down to run in a Class Six Plate at Eagle Farm tomorrow and has drawn perfectly in gate 4 over 1000 metres.
Ontrack Thoroughbreds Managing Director Grant Morgan believes Dream Master finds himself in a winnable race for a change.
“He is probably the unluckiest horse we’ve ever had in terms of drawing wide barrier draws.
“The last time he drew inside was six starts ago when he scored a dominant win at Doomben back in September last year.
“His Eagle Farm is good with two starts for two placings and drawing an inside gate means he can either lead without doing any early work or settle just behind the speed.
“Michael Cahill has ridden him in three trials this time in and he retains the ride. Michael has only ridden the horse once and that was when he scored that Doomben win.
“He’s a very genuine horse who always gives 100 per cent and Michael’s got great hands and balance and he suits this horse.
“Having a third trial has been beneficial in getting the horse close to peak fitness and while these older horses often take more racing to heat form, we are pretty happy with the horse heading to Eagle Farm,” said Grant Morgan.