My Dreamliner To Return A Winner

The lightly raced My Dreamliner appears well placed to make a winning return on Sunday night, when due to contest the ninth event.

My Dreamliner winning the CLASS 4
My Dreamliner winning the CLASS 4 Picture: Singapore Turf Club

A winner of three of his five starts, My Dreamliner has displayed above average ability and creates plenty of interest in the Class 3 contest.

A dominant winner in Class 4 company last start, he does have to take that next step, but is unbeaten fresh (3/3) and has drawn to take control.

My Dreamliner has won three of four attempts on the polytrack and has won two of three attempts over 1000m.

His latest trial under Benny Woodworth was solid enough and should give him a good platform for Sunday's event.

When assessing Timeform weight adjusted ratings, he sits top and given he is only lightly raced, you wouldn't be surprised to see him go a step further.

At his best when leading, expect CC Wong to bounce him out and take up the running.

They should fly over the 1000m journey, but with a few cheap sectionals out in front, My Dreamliner should prove very hard to gun down.

The Shane Baertschiger trained Kiss Your Song finished seventh last start, but wasn't disgraced and is certainly more than capable.

While only possessing the three wins to his name (3/27), he has placed on a further 15 occasions and has to be kept safe on the quick back up (9 days).

From the favourable draw, he should land in a lovely stalking position and appears suited by the drop back in trip (placed 11/13).

On best form he rates well and anywhere near his peak, he looms as a major threat.

Last start winner Al Green sets up well with 28 days between runs and while up in grade, Rodd takes over and he has to be respected.

A winner of three of nine attempts over this trip, he comes into it off a peak and only looks to have to repeat that level of performance to be right in the finish again.

Of the rest the Mark Walker trained Man Of Mystery appears the next in line.

A model of consistency, he found the line well behind Red Rover last start and with the aid of the claim, he should be strong late.

Good luck and happy punting.


Racing and Sports



Kranji

Sunday, 01st December 2019

9
17:10
(local)

CLASS 3

Type: RBH57-74
SGD $70,000
1000m ALL WEATHER STANDARD
9
17:10
(local)
SGD $70,000
1000m STANDARD

CLASS 3

Type: RBH57-74
FP Silk Horse, Age & Sex
Sire & Dam
Jockey
Trainer
SP
WT
1st 2. MY DREAMLINER (AUS) 4yo G
DREAM AHEAD (USA) - FLY TO THE MOON (AUS)
CC WONG
KY YOUNG
$2.20
56.0kg
TANG WENG FEI

Sales Information

2nd 3. AL GREEN (ARG) 7yo G
EXCHANGE RATE (USA) - ALL NIGHT DYNA (USA)
MICHAEL RODD
STEPHEN GRAY
$11.00
55.5kg
ST GEORGE STABLE
3rd 7. FLAK JACKET (AUS) 9yo G
DANE SHADOW (AUS) - KISMA (AUS)
DANIEL MOOR
SHANE DONALD BAERTSCHIGER
$23.20
54.0kg
GEOFF GRIMISH STABLE
4th 4. KISS YOUR SONG (AUS) 5yo G
YOUR SONG (AUS) - BRING KISSES (AUS)
MATTHEW KELLADY
SHANE DONALD BAERTSCHIGER
$4.00
55.5kg

Sales Information

5th 9. STUNNING CAT (AUS) 5yo G
SMART MISSILE (AUS) - FORNINI (AUS)
BEAU MERTENS
SHANE DONALD BAERTSCHIGER
$20.00
54.0kg

Sales Information

6th 10. LIM'S KNIGHT (AUS) 7yo G
KAPHERO (AUS) - SOLAMINA (AUS)
CS CHIN
D MEAGHER
$13.40
50.5kg

Sales Information

7th 11. SNIP (AUS) 6yo G
SNIPPETSON (AUS) - GINGERBREAD (AUS)
T REIHAIZAT
D MEAGHER
$45.40
54.0kg

Sales Information

8th 6. SUPER SIX (AUS) 9yo G
KAPHERO (AUS) - ELLEXCELL (AUS)
JOHN SUNDRADAS
J LIM
$55.80
55.0kg

Sales Information

9th 8. MAN OF MYSTERY (AUS) 5yo G
ALL TOO HARD (AUS) - BLACK MINX (NZ)
M NIZAR
MARK WALKER
$6.40
50.0kg

Sales Information

10th 1. MISS DUSTY (NZ) 5yo M
RELIABLE MAN (GB) - ASCIANO MISS (AUS)
S NOH
CLIFFORD BROWN
$10.40
56.0kg
11th 12. SUPERNOVA (NZ) 11yo G
ELUSIVE CITY (USA) - OUR GIRL NELSON (AUS)
KASIM A'ISISUHAIRI
J ONG
$185.00
53.0kg

Sales Information

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