Dreamloper group 1 winner added to Keeneland November
Keeneland announced that many French won in group 1 Dreamloper slated for her next start here in the Breeders’ Cup world championship on November 5, will remain in Keeneland for sale two days later in Volume 1 of the Monthly Breeding Stock Sale. 11.
Dreamloper, who will be offered as a racing prospect or broodmare, was commissioned by Ed Walker Racing, dealer. ‘s 5-year-old daughter Lope de Vega has been ahead in two Breeders’ Cup races with her first priority being the $2 million FanDuel Breeders’ Cup Mile (G1) presented by the PDJF.
The host positions for the 39th Breeders Cup will be drawn this afternoon.
Trained by Ed Walker for breeder and owner Mrs. Olivia Hoare, Dreamloper has an official UK Equestrian Authority rating of 120. She has twice won easily in group 1 during the season. hey, beat the male on both occasions. She won the Prix d’Ispahan (G1) at ParisLongchamp in May in a span of 2 times and was defeated Order of Australia Landing the Prix du Moulin de Longchamp (G1) via
miles equals 5 and a half lengths at the same course in September.
Dreamloper’s 2022 campaign kicks off in the UK in May with a win in the Betfair Exchange Dahlia Stakes (G2) at Newmarket. Last year, she competed in the British Horse Races of the Valiant Stakes (G3) Sunflower Tie Program in Ascot and finished third in the Bahrain Sun Chariot Stakes (G1) in Newmarket.
“Dreamloper was amazing,” Walker said. “She just got better and better as time went on. She was a team winner last season, then showed real fighting qualities to win Dahlia Stakes in this season’s comeback. She impressed in Ispahan with that amazing win at the Prix du Moulin.You don’t beat group 1 by 51/2 if it’s not so special.
Walker added: ‘She’s a sportswoman, moving extremely well with an electric foot swing. “She’s very vocal, very tough and very genuine. She’s amazing.”
From the family of Epsom Oaks (G1) winners Talent Dreamloper is out of bets Livia’s Dream via Teofilo and from the family of the group of 2 winners Thomas Hobson and the winner bet Brindisi . Sire Lope de Vega has been represented by class/group 1 winners on four continents, including Aunt Tran and Newspaperaperofrecord in North America.
“Keeneland is honored to have such an outstanding mare as Dreamloper come from Europe not only to compete for the Breeders’ Cup but also to be part of Volume 1 of the November Breeding Stock Sale two days after she raced. ,” said Keeneland’s vice president of sales, Tony Lacy. “Her appearance at the auction underscores the international importance of Keeneland’s November Breeding Stock Sale to the global thoroughbred industry and will put her on stage for all the world. see.”
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