Sir Michael Stoute has announced that one of his likeable stable stars Dream Of Dreams will be running again this season with his connections looking forward to another campaign with the smart sprinter.
The six year old gelding had a very up and down season last term, making a very bold start when winning on the all weather at Chelmsford and then backing that in a Listed event at Windsor.
He was sent to Royal Ascot off the back of that into the Group One Diamond Jubilee Stakes and he was narrowly beaten in a head bob by the superstar Blue Point, but the overall run was one of the best in defeat by a sprinter all season.
However, his back end to the season did not go to plan finishing sixth of seven at Newmarket in the July Cup, eighth of 11 in the Haydock Sprint Cup and 16th of 17 in the Champion Sprint Stakes.
(Credit At The Races) Bruce Raymond, racing manager for owner Saeed Suhail, said: “He’s still in training, we’ve nothing in mind for him yet.
“He doesn’t take much work, despite him being a big horse, and Michael likes to run him a bit fresh.
“He’ll be ready to run as soon as we see what there is to run him in.
“He just missed out in a Group One at Ascot last year, but he’s a good Group Three horse and in good shape, so we’ll see what the programme looks like.”