Shufetish scorched to another win today at Geelong on the Synthetic track in the $23K Gordon Ave Pools and Spas BM64 Handicap over 1300m.

She backed up her past 2 encouraging yet slightly unlucky runs with a dominant display today.

Ridden by Ben Melham, she was slightly slow to start which allow a couple of horses to push up quickly inside of her, which left her exposed 3 wide in the running line.

However, Ben didn't panic, allowed her to maintain a good rhythm in the run, and keep her comfortable before stoking her up outside the leaders 3 wide turning for home.

On straightening up she ranged up past the leaders and put a good length on her rivals at the 200m, and sprinted for home strongly.

She was never in doubt in the run home, and maintained her length advantage to the line.

The Dream Girls let out a Dream Scream as she past the post a winner, and there were plenty of hugs to go round!

That gives Shufetish her 3 career win from 14 starts, and she is developing consistency which will help as she pushes on up through the grades.


Shufetish returned to the winner's stall at Geelong today, a commanding win over the 1200m in the APCO Filies & Mares 0-58.

Ridden superbly by Daniel Stackhouse, Shufetish settled in the box seat, travelled comfortably until the turn into the straight, when she popped out from behind the leading bunch and lengthen stride down the middle of the track to win running away by 2.5 lengths.

Shufetish is owned by our all female Dream Girls Syndicate, and after a couple of disappointing results, her win was a timely return to the form she showed us in the Spring.

The confidence of going back onto the dry surface provided by the Synthetic track was the key to her return to form.

It was a convincing win that showed us she has more wins in store for the Dream Girls Syndicate to celebrate


Burgundy Lass wins on debut!

Little Burgundy Lass won on debut today in the William Hill Open 2yp Plate over 1000m on the Geelong Synthetic track!

Burgundy Lass is by multiple Group 1 winning stallion Nicconi, out of a Red Ransom mare Lambrays that is a full sister to a stakles winner Cinque.

Ridden a treat by Dwayne Dunn, Burgundy Lass jumped with the leaders from barrier 1, and drove up underneath a couple of challengers to hold the lead.

Under pressure throughout, and challenged rounding the turn into the straight, she was held onto by Dunn before he let her head go at the 200m mark, she kicked a length clear and surged to the line to hold on by a narrow margin but enough to give her a debut win!

Burgundy Lass is a fantastic story, having been purchased for only $2,000 at last years Magic Millions National Yearling Sale in June 2014.

Although valued by Bluegrass Bloodstock at $20,000 before the sale, Burgundy Lass slipped through the cracks and was knocked down to Dream Thoroughbreds after only 1 bid.

It goes to show that price is not an indication of ability, and the pedigree behind a yearling is vitality important.

There is a big bunch of owners behind Burgundy Lass, and with her big heart, there looks to be lots of fun ahead!

Boogiedayz wins again in a thriller!

Boogiedayz made is back to back wins on the Geelong synthetic track last Friday in the Coulter Roache Lawyers 0-58 Handicap over 1900m.

Ridden by Mark Pegus again, she lead from the start but had a challenger pressure her from the 1000m point, although she maintained a slender advantage on the inside.

She was tackled and headed as they entered the straight, but fought back and stuck her nose out to win by the smallest of margins on the post.

This was a mighty effort by the 3yo filly against the older horses, and gives us the impression she could get and even long trip in the future.

She definitely has a liking for the synthetic tracks and she will continue to campaign through the winter.

A big group of owners were there to watch her salute, and the #dreamscream can be heard on the replay when the result is announced!

Cut and paste the URL below to watch a replay of the race:

Boogiedayz scores us a weekend double!

Boogiedayz won her maiden today over 1900m on the Geelong Synthetic in the Invicium Print Solutions Maiden Plate!

Boogiedayz win brings up a weekend double for the Dream Team following the win of Charles in Charge at Caulfield yesterday!

Mark Pegus whipped Boogiedayz around the field to take over the lead in the back straight once the leaders slacken the pace, and controlled the race at a nice tempo. He then stoked up Boogiedayz approaching the turn and skipped a couple of lengths clear at the top of the straight. She kicked strongly, and although the chasers threatened to issue a challenge, she held them all off and raced strongly through the line to win by a length.

The dry track was the key for Boogiedayz, and with the step up in distance allowing her to travel nicely and build through the race.

Just rewards for Boogiedayz who had shown some promise early in the prep, and she is now fit and ready to compete in some tougher races over the next month or so.


Charles charges back to town!

Charles in Charge scored a strong win in Saturday city grade over 1200m at Caulfield today in the Sky High Mt Dandenong Handicap!

Given a peach of a ride by young apprentice Tom Sadler, Charles took a sit in behind the leaders early and was charging along in a nice rhythm. Appoaching the turn Tom peeled Charles off the leaders back and he was still under wraps and looked like it was his race to win. Charles levelled up to the leaders at the 200m, then Tom Sadler pulled the whip into his left hand, Charles found that extra length, and charged away to win comfortable by 3/4 of a length.

The roars of the #Dreamscream were heard loudly over the last 100m of the race when the Dreamers could see that Charles was about to salute in city grade!

Charles has had a consistent Autumn preparation wining twice, and running 2 close thirds in his last 4 starts.

He has now won 6 races from 21 starts and over $200,000 in prizemoney!

He looks to have another few runs left in him over the winter season, with lots of exciting days at the races ahead!


Lonhmacc stormed home again today at Sandown in the BM70 Appelies Handicap over 1200m to register his first city win!

Ridden superbly again by Ben Melham, Lonhmacc settled 3-4 leangths off the early pacesetters, travelling in a nice rhythm with cover. Melham waited until he turned into the long straight before exposing Lonhmacc out wide for the run home. He started to make up some ground from the 300m to be within a length of the leader and favourite Actuariat, who was still travelling well. But over the last 100m Lonhmacc launched himself at the leader, took the lead in the shadows of the post and won to make it back to back wins!

Lonhmacc has shown good progression throughout this prep, and the change of tactics to hold him up and let him have one last run at the leaders is proving to be a successful move.

We will keep him going now, and look for another new challenge for the black colt!








Lonhmacc stormed home to win the last race at Cranbourne tonight to win the BM64 Handicap over 1200m.

Lonhmacc is a 3yo colt by Lonhro from the multiple city winner in Evilweb, a $99,000 purchase from the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale in 2012.

Ridden perfectly by Ben Melham, Lonhmacc settled midfield with cover 4 lengths from the leaders, before being stoked up approaching the turn. Lonhmacc then launched a powerful finish down the middle of the track to grab the leader within the shadows iof the post and win running away.

He did have to survive a protest from the second horse after laying in over the concluding stages, but his momentum was clearly taking him away from his rivals in the end.

A big crowd of Dreamers were on track to watch him salute, and they made plenty of noise on his return to scale.

He has now won 2 races from 7 starts, and there still looks to be more upside to him.


Charles in Charge scored a doggy win in the Colin Browell Memorial Handicap yesterday at Bendigo.

It had been an 8 run drought and almost a year since his last win, but Charles in Charge was primed to win yesterday after a disappointing run at Flemington last start.

With apprentice Beau Mertens claiming 3kgs, Charles was pitched into the race as the top rated runner.

A hot pace was set early, and Beau made the correct decision to sit off the early pacemakers, and allow Charles to stride out and get a nice cart into the race.

Approaching the turn when the leaders started feeling the pinch, he surged forward and put a couple of lengths on his rivals.

The fast pace started to tell on him but with hand and heels riding by Beau Mertens in the last few strides, Charles stuck his neck out to win narrowly to win by a nose.

The Dream Team were in raptures as their hero came back to scale, making it 5 wins from 18 starts.

That run should also bring him on in fitness, and a step up to 1400m is likely at his next start.

Still life left in our Chosen Moment!

Chosen Moment stormed back into the winners stall at Moonee Valley last night with an emphatic win in the last race.

The 5yo gelding was returning from a spell first up for new trainer Darren Weir.

Chosen was transferred to the Warrnambool stables of Darren Weir in late November to be prepared on his sand dunes and beach facilities.

Chosen has only had 2 grass gallops in preparation for his first up run last night, and the fresh approach has given him a new lease of life

He jumped well and sat right behind the strong pace on the fence for apprentice Jordan Childs.
He looked to be travelling well in the run and approaching the turn the leader laid out and allowed a run up the fence, which Chosen Moment grabbed in a couple of strides and drove through to put a good length on his rivals and held that strongly to the line.

A loud roar was heard as he went past the post with the Dream Team in attendance!

A great result for the patience shown by all his loyal owners!


Syndicate content