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October 29, 2006 · By · Share

Dream Rush reaffirmed her devastating maiden win with a dominating first level allowance win on October 29th at Churchill Downs.  Dream Rush ran the fastest six furlongs on the card by any horse male or female.  Dream Rush earned a 92 Beyer in the race, one of the highest figures by a two-year-old filly this year.

The win confirms the high expectations we have had for this filly from the moment we bought her.  She has an exciting pedigree by Wild Rush out of an Unbridled mare, and she looks like she has every right to stretch out around two turns.  We'd love to see this filly back at Churchill Downs on the first Friday in May, 2007.

Jockey Garrett Gomez said about Dream Rush, "This filly simply outclassed them.  When that filly that was in front of me stopped, my filly took off.  I just gave her a little nudge and she was gone.  She tried to play around a little bit, so I just kept riding her and she went on with it.  This filly has a world of talent."

The Daily Racing Form also took note of Dream Rush's performance.  They said, "Also possible for the Golden Rod (at Churchill Downs) is Dream Rush, an impressive winner of an allowance race here Sunday. Jeff Lifson, vice president of Midwest operations for Dream Rush's owner, West Point Thoroughbreds, said the Golden Rod or the Demoiselle at Aqueduct will be next."

Dream Rush earned $31,264 for her second straight win in as many starts bringing her career total to an impressive $57,064 for her young career.

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