Lets Chase The Dream returns
Lets Chase The Dream will return to action after a five-month absence when he contests the $7 Pints At JPs Every Friday Night Pace over 2130m at Gloucester Park.
It will be his first start for Hall of Fame trainer Gary Hall Snr, who has already confirmed the five-year-old has been nominated for the Inter Dominio Championships in Perth later this year.
Lets Chase The Dream will be driven by Gary Hall Jnr from the prized No 1 barrier, but Hall snr says they will not push him too hard on his return to action.
"We'll take it easy for a while to see how he goes," Hall Snr said. "He's a little bit underdone, but is pretty fit. We will try to lead and he should go well. We don't want to hand up to Thereugo. He's working on a par with my good horses, Ohoka Punter and all of them."
Elsewhere, sixteen-year-old Corey Peterson has bright prospects of landing his first city-class winner at the WA track when he drives smart five-year-old Harry Hoo for Hall Snr in the $20,000 TABtouch Interdominion Starts November 24 Pace.
Harry Hoo, a winner at 12 of his 48 starts, drops in class and Hall believes he has what it takes to overcome the disadvantage of starting out wide at barrier seven in the 2536m event.
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