Day At The Track

Dreams Take Time wins Gold at Aby

05:34 AM 14 Dec 2015 NZDT
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Dreams Take Time and trainer/driver Peter Untersteiner
Dreams Take Time and trainer/driver Peter Untersteiner

December 12, 2015 - US-bred, Daniel Reden trained Delicious (by Cantab Hall) was scratched from Sunday’s Prix du Bourbonnais. The diminutive world-record holder mare was injured while being prepared at Grobois and is now less likely to participate in the Prix d’Amerique 2016. Trainer Reden was reported as saying he would not rule out returning to North America in the future. The scratching leaves the Gr. II Bourbonnais a wide-open affair with Un Mec d’Heripre, Village Mystic and the 25 meter handicapped trio of Up and Quick, Texas Charm and Tiego d’Etang among the leaders. Moses Rob and Olmo Holz represent Italy and Spain’s Trebol are in the field.

The Gold Division V75 at Aby today (first prize 150,000SEK, 2140 meters autostart) went to 7.6/1 Dreams Take Time (6m Andover Andover-B.My Honey-Viking Kronos) for trainer/driver Peter Untersteiner. 6.5/1 Thai Broadway (6m Broadway Hall-Isabella Knick-Tap In) ended second for trainer/driver Bjorn Goop with third to 7.4/1 Royal Fighter (7m Varenne-Froken Julie-Supergill) for Jennifer Tillman driving for trainer Per K. Eriksson.

At Aby today was the Euro Classic Next Year with 50,000SEK to the winner of this 2140 meter autostart test. 2/1 Pajas Face (3m Gift Kronos-Star Chip-Pine Chip) recorded this win for Johnny Takter. Lars Nilsson trains Pajas Face. 7.1/1 Sucre (3m Jacose-Super No Cream-Starchip Entrprise) was second for Christoffer Eriksson teaming for Tomas Malmqvist with third to 3.9/1 RG’s Thunderbolt (3m Yankee Glide-Lady In The Wind-Windsong’s Legacy) that Orjan Kihlstrom drove for Roger Walmann, trainer.

Back at Vincennes the Prix de Caimcale (purse €48,000, 2850 meters, 15 starters) went to the 1.15.1kr winner, 2.1/1 odds Cloane du Vivier (3f Repeat Love-Royale du Vivier) for Eric Raffin. Sebastien Guarato trains the winner for Ecurie Jean Yves Lucuyer. 5/1 Ceyre de Bellouet (3f Quilien d’Islues-Tarifa de Bellouet) was second driven by Franck Nivard for trainer Fabrice Souloy. 5.2/1 Cova Joselyn (3f Love You-Sezira Josselyn) ended third for trainer/driver J-M Bazire and owner Yvan Bernard.

Thomas H. Hicks

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