Dreamforce went straight to the front in the G2 Harvey Norman Tramway Stakes (1400m) and never looked like losing.
Nash Rawiller (Dreamforce): "John gives you a lot of confidence when you are riding for him. He sends them around nice and fit and puts them on the pace and they do the race. Full credit goes to him. He’s doing a great job."
"That was terrific. That was my first win in a Group race since I have been back too so it’s very exciting."
Dreamforce back with a bang
Jason Collett (Life Less Ordinary): “Went back from the gate, worked home good.”
James McDonald (Te Akau Shark): “He’s run a really good race. Hit the line strong. Pity the track is in leaderish condition.”
Hugh Bowman (Kolding): “Good first up run.”
Jay Ford (Mister Sea Wolf): “He’s returned in really good order. He’s closed off strong, just a day where it’s difficult to make ground.”
Josh Parr (Le Juge): “Copped a nasty check at the half mile and didn’t regather from that.”
Luke Currie (Archedemus): “Presented like a chance on the corner but probably just ran out of puff. He needed it.”
Brenton Avdulla (Invincible Gem): “She was there till about the 100m, probably better off when she can get a trail from a better draw.”
Glen Boss (Mantastic): “He went well.”
Kathy O'Hara (Kaonic): “Not a bad run. Beaten for speed early but closed off well the last furlong.”
Kerrin McEvoy (Star Of The Seas): “Bit of a wide run early. Ended up getting a little bit of cover but we were ultimately chasing the leader. He presented and then just levelled the last bit. A bit of cut in the ground is going to suit him.”
Tim Clark (Penske): “Probably a bit outclassed, needs to go down in grade, up in distance and probably a wide draw.”
Tommy Berry (Eckstein): “She’s run terrific. She’s in a rich vein of form and it’s been very hard to catch the leaders today so she’s done a good job to run in the placings.”