Glenn Davis November 8, 2012
Under-rated mare Dream'n'ignite continued trainer Desleigh Forster's amazing strike rate with another dominant win at Eagle Farm last Saturday.
The former central Queensland sprinter gave Forster her ninth win from her 12 starters with an easy 2-1/2 length win in a 1200-metre Class Six Plate.
It was the third straight victory for the daughter of Monashee Mountain and continued her unblemished record since entering Forster's Eagle Farm stables from Mick Attard in Rockhampton.
Dream'n'ignite made a stunning debut in the Brisbane metropolitan area, leading all the way for an easy four lengths win over 1110 metres at Doomben on October 10.
The five-year-old then scored a commanding win over 1200 metres at Eagle Farm on October 4 before taking her record to four wins from 13 starts with her latest success.
Dream'n'ignite started 10 times in the Mackay and Rockhampton regions but her only success was in maiden class at Mackay in June last year.
"She's always shown me a lot of ability and she's a nice mare," Forster said.
"She's gone for a two week break at Washpool Lodge but she'll be on the water walker staying fit for the big fillies and mares races next month."
The Listed Travel Associated Classic (1200m) at Eagle Farm on December 1 and the Listed Just Now Quality (1300m) at the same track a fortnight later are two plum fillies and mares races likely to be on the agenda for Dream'n'ignite.
Forster is having one of her best seasons and has a strong client base headed by former bookmaker, Doug Forbes.
Age: 5yo Sex: m Colour: b/br Prizemoney: $77,600
Sire: Monashee Mountain (USA) Dam: Jibena (by Waajib (IRE)
Trainer: Desleigh Forster at Eagle Farm
Colours: Orange, purple diagonal stripes, pink sleeves, orange cap, purple pom pom
Owners: Ms D L Pearce, R K Hinds & C K Wood
Wins: 1 (1250m), 2 (1200m), 1 (1110m)