Exciting new training partnership with Tony Gollan

The Dream Team have begun a new era with the exciting announcement of their expansion into Queensland racing, beginning with the training partnership of Queensland No 1 leading trainer Tony Gollan at Eagle Farm.

Tony Gollan has been the Champion trainer in Queensland for the last 3 seasons, and continues to dominate with over 50% more Metropolitan winners than any other trainer in Queensland, including an astonishing 78% place strike rate in the Metropolitan area. That record cannot be equalled and shows why Tony Gollan is the trainer to race horses with!

At this week's Magic Millions National Yearling Sale, Dream Thoroughbreds purchased an athletic, forward type filly by Foxwedge out of the Flying Spur mare Miffy.

(Foxwedge X Miffy bay yearling filly at the Magic Millions Mational yearling sale)

She was on our radar during the Prestigious Magic Millions Gold Coast yearling sale in January, but with needing more time to develop she was passed in.


Dream Thoroughbrerds has now finalised their 2016 Yearling purchases.

Four outstanding yearlings with outstanding pedigrees to match, join the Dream stable of horses!

Each yearling offers our clients different styles of horses, different qualities, and different race targets.

From a sprinter, to a miler, to a stayer, we have the type of yearling for every type of buyer.

Firstly, from a family of outstanding sprinters, our DENMAN colt (pictured above on the left) is destined to be a sprinter that will come back year after year and compete at the highest level.

He is from the family of Bold Promise, who has prodcued Group 1 winners Merlene, Miss Pennymoney, Dear Demi and Capitalist.

He is being targeted at the $2M Magic Millions race on the Gold Coast in January 2017, and will be entered for the Blue Diamond & HGolden Slipper.

A great opportunity to race a quality sprinter at $6,600 for a 5% share. (2.5% shares are available)


Secondly, from a family of outstanding milers, our ALL AMERICAN filly is destined to be a classic 3yo sprinter/miler.


Charles in Charge ventured on another successful road trip to Adelaide today, winning the UBET Adelaide Cup 14 March Benchmark 90 Handicap over 1200m.

Ridden by Daniel Moor, Charles began slowly from barrier 2 but quickly mustered up and strode to the lead.

Rated well, Charles carved our his first 600m in 35.39 secs, and lead comfortably without any pressure being applied.

He turned for home with a bit over a length advantage, and it was not until the 300m that the challengers started to stoke up behind him, but under more vigorous riding by Daniel Moor, Charles started to lengthen and sprint for home, with his main danger Lonrockstar issuing his challenge out wide.

Charles rallied and held off the challenge over the last 150m to win by 0.3 lengths on the line running home his last 600m in 34.35 secs.

He has now recorded three wins at Morphettville in four attempts, for a total of 7 wins and 8 placings from 25 starts and over $260,000 in prizemoney.



Recalcitrata scored a strong maiden win today at Geelong in the Richie Bros Auctioneers Openm Maiden over 1421m.

Ridden a treat by Mark Zahra, he was in the box seat 1 out 1 back throughout the race, and had the race in his keeping at the 200m.

He sprinted up to the leaders and put the race to bed in a twinkling of an eye to win racing away by 2.25 lengths.

The gelding son of Magic Albert showed potential during the Autumn and with another spell behind him, he has matured into a nice racehorse, capable of progressing through the grades.

He looks like a strong miler in the making, and will head towards a 1600m race for 3yo at Sandwon in a couple of weeks time.

Recalcitrata provides us with another exciting prospect trained by Anthony & Lee Freedman, who has a 100% winners to runners strike rate with Dream Thoroughbreds!

#dreamscream #earlyxmaspresent



Burgundy Lass notched up her second win in the Browns Sawdust & Shavings Handicap at Sandown Park today.

Ridden by young apprentice Dylan Dunn, she settled behind the leaders from the jump, and travelled well in behind an even speed.

The leaders rolled off the fence upon straightened, and the little Nicconi filly pushed up along the rail to sprint away, and put a couple of lengths on the field. 

The challengers came out wide, but she held them strongly over the final 200m to win by a long head.

She won in the fast time of 58.01 secs for the 1000m scamper.

Off the back of a fast trial win at Balnarring 2 weeks ago, we were confident she would run a competitive race, and she has now had 2 first up runs for 2 wins, in just 4 career starts.

She is just a little gem, and is bringing lots of joy to many new Dreamers out there!


Magnette won her second race today at Ararat, in what could only be described as a soft kill!

Stepping up to a BM64, Magnette cruised across the field from the outside barrier to take a soft lead, and stack up the field.

Turning for home with her rivals making challenges, little Magnette clicked up a gear, and strode to the line under hands and heels riding from Daniel Stackhouse!

She won the Bakers Brew F& M Handicap by an extending 2.5 lengths, and gave notice that she was ready to step up to city class!

She is a filly with plenty of upside and it will make for an exciting Spring!

Well trained by Wez Hunter and well looked after by her loyal strapper Emme Herbert pictured with her below.



Magnette scored her maiden win in the Porter Plant Fillies & Mares Maiden Plate over 1000m at Ballarat today.

It has been a long overdue win for the Magnus filly after some encouraging yet unlucky runs at her previous 4 starts.

She was up against older aged mares and had the outside barrier to overcome.

Chris Parnham took the ride, and settled her off the pace down the side, before pushing her forward to challenge wide out in the straight.

She took a while to wind up, but once she got her momentum going, she charged down the outside, to take the lead 50m out and coast comfortably to the line to win by half a length.

Magnette has showed us alot of promise in her first 5 starts, and with the race winning experience behind her now, she will continue to improve.

She could feature in the upcoming Spring with many 3yo fillies races spread throughout.

Her win was the first win between the Dream Team and Wez Hunter Racing, and with 7 horses in work with Wez, we look forward to a fruitful partnership together.


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!

Syndicate content