Circle Of Dreams is looking to continue Anakie owner, trainer and breeder Angela Langton’s good fortune at Albion Park in Brisbane after a best of the night performance in the Fabregas @ Stud Bogie Leigh Futurity (520m) on Thursday night.
Angela claimed the Brisbane Gold Cup last year with multiple Group 1 contender Hasten Slowly, who also picked up 2018 Brisbane Greyhound Of The Year.
On Thursday night at Albion Park, Circle Of Dreams return to the race track after being sidelined for two months due to a sore hock.
The Group 1 NSW National Futurity winner, flew out of the boxes clocking 5.55sec early. Despite the time off Circle Of Dreams showed no signs of slowing down continually extending her lead over the 520 metre distance.
“It was her first time flying and she hadn’t seen the track so to win so dominantly and run fast time was sensational,” Angela said.
“I thought her run was fantastic.”
The daughter of Barcia Bale and Mepunga Mia drew box eight in Thursday nights Group 2 Futurity at Albion Park.
“I would have liked her to have drawn closer to the fence but luckily she does have enough pace to overcome box eight.”
Circle Of Dreams is a winner of nine races from 13 starts which includes a Group 2 Laurels win at Sandown Park in December last year in race record time, Group 1 NSW National Futurity win and a contender of the Group 1 Invitational Temlee at The Meadows.
*images used in this article were taken by Box 1 Photography and provided by Brisbane Greyhound Racing Club.
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