• Friday, 03 May, 2019,
  • by Greyhound Racing Victoria

Dreamy comeback jags third group win for youngster

Victorian sprinter Circle Of Dreams ($2.00 Favourite) took out the Group 2 Fabregas @ Stud Bogie Leigh Queensland Futurity (520m) last night at Albion Park.

The Angela Langton-trained sprinter had to work overtime to claim a last stride win over Dam Slippery and collect a $40,000 first prize.

Circle Of Dreams, a 24-month-old daughter of Barcia Bale and Mepunga Mia, notched her 10th win from 14 starts.

She has had an incredible start to her career, having also claimed the Group 2 Laurels at Sandown and the Group 1 National Futurity in Sydney.

WATCH: Circle Of Dreams (8) pulls out all the stops to win last night’s Queensland Futurity.

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