French Group Three Winner for Dream Ahead

Tara Madgwick - Monday September 17
Aquis shuttler Dream Ahead (USA) is the sire of progressive four year-old Tornibush, who claimed his biggest win when taking out the he Group III Prix dup Pin at Longchamp on Sunday.

Dream AheadAlready a Listed winner, Tornibush upped the ante to win this 1400 metre sprint by half a length taking his overall record to six wins from 14 starts.

Like so many of Dream Ahead’s stakes-winners, Tornibush is bred from a Danehill line mare being from Celenza, a half-sister by Dansili to Group I winner Vadamos (Fr), now standing at stud in New Zealand.

A champion sprinter, completely free of Danehill blood, Dream Ahead stands at Aquis in the Hunter Valley at a fee of $16,500.


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