Thoughts on Dream Design

Dream Design makes her racecourse debut in the 5.10 at Wolverhampton this evening. She will be partnered by Adam McNamara in the six furlong novice race. The pari are drawn in stall 3. The filly has shown plenty of potential in her ability. She will develop for the experience today, as most horses do but hopefully she can be competitive against some more experienced rivals. Dream Design is by Invincible Spirit out of the good racemare Distinctive, also the dam of Bowland Park a good maiden winner for the team last season and one we are excited for this season.

Seeking Perfection sets a good standard and has done little wrong on her first two starts, both at Newcastle, finishing second first time out before winning nicely on her second start. The rest would need to improve on what they have shown so far, but most are lightly raced and open to improvement. Never Say Never has a strong pedigree for sprinting and if matching that physically might be the most interesting newcomer. Rosie Powers was an expensive foal and boasts an attractive pedigree albeit one suggestive that slightly further will be her ultimate game.

Dream Design will be led up by Racing Secretary Alice Roberts and overseen by travelling manager Shaun Johnson this afternoon. Dream Design was bred by and is owned by Gary and Lesley Middlebrook.