Today we have highlighted an interesting move by one trainer at Wolves this evening as he quickly turns out one of his runners. Having landed a race with him last Monday, just seven days later he bids for a second win with the same horse.
The trainer in question is Ivan Furtado who boasts a 21% strike rate with his last time out winning runners returning to the track within a seven day period; he holds a 19% strike rate with all last time out winners.
Lincoln Dream cost a decent £60,000 as a 2yo however never quite made the cut for Richard Fahey, failing to win in seven starts for previous connections before making the move to Ivan Furtado's.
Having said this, Furtado looks to have found the key to this daughter of Kodi Bear, taking positively to a first time hood on stable debut last time out here at Wolverhampton; doing her running over the 6f trip and keeping on well to get up inside the final furlong for her first win.
The hood is retained on board for todays step up to 7f, and this longer trip may just enable Lincoln Dream to eek out further improvement, potentially allowing her to go in again for the second time in the space of a week.