32kg Bd D. Wh. Oct ‘13
Barcia Bale x Chasin’ The Dream* – Check out his pedigree here
Won 11 of his 18 starts with 4 placings … only unplaced 3 times.Won his first 7 in a row and started favourite in 17 of his 18 starts and odds-on in 11 of them
He started his career at Geelong, when he went undefeated through all three rounds of the Vic Breeders Maiden Series.
Then to Shepparton winning a Gr 5 heat and final, winning the final in 25.28 by 5 lens after being last away and giving early leader Aston Bolero a start. He started $1.70 fav in that final with Aston Bolero second favourite at $2.60
He won his next two starts at The Meadows (one in 29.74 by 14 lens) to go into the final of The Great Chase as favourite where he finished 5th after being cut out early.
He had never trialled over 500m before his 29.74 Meadows win. That was a track record for the Wednesday meetings at The Meadows breaking AGOTY Champion Betty’s Angel’s time by 2/100ths of a second
He won the first round of the Silver Chief, defeating the eventual final winner Midwinter by 4 lens in 29.87 before being scratched from his semi after developing an infected toe nail. At the time he was the TAB pre-post favourite for the final.
He also won at Warrnambool in 25.21 and defeated Diva’s Shadow and Wind Whistler over 570m at Horsham in a flying 32.39 in the Western Districts Distance Championship
He injured a back muscle at his next start at Horsham when unplaced and was retired soon after. He was unplaced only 3 times … when he finished 5th in the Great Chase final, when he fell at Cranbourne and when he injured his back muscle at Horsham.
He comes from a superb litter with all 8 members winning races … his littermates include class performers …
DUBLIN BULL – made 7 Group finals, won Summer Cup WP
LORIMER LAD – won 9 of first 12 inc Ball 25.15, Heals 18.98, Ben 23.63, Wgl 22.47
HURRY SLOWLY – won 9 of 14 inc Mdn Horsham 27.00, Gee 25.59
CATCH FIRE – won 8 of her first 10 inc Hors 27.10, W’bool 25.19, Shep 25.34, Mead 30.10
KASREYN – won Shep 25.35, Mead 30.06
Every one of the eight dog litter has won and the entire litter has run out $350,000 in prizemoney
SENSATIONAL IMPORTED DAMLINE
His dam Chasin’ The Dream is imported from the US and comes from one of their best damlines. She is out of DREAMY BLOSSOM, who is one the best to ever race in the US.
Dreamy Blossom was a 2007 All American, won the 2007 $120,000 Palm Beach Grand Classic (undefeated) and was the 2006 Tampa track champion with 19 wins for the year. She ran second in 2006 Tampa Juvenile and went from Maiden straight thru to Grade A undefeated at Tampa, winning her first 13-straight starts to open her career.
By Australia’s leading SIRE and from the SAME DAMLINE as KINLOCH BRAE
Dreamy Blossom’s dam VALORIS is a daughter of GREY’S FREESTYLE, who is also the dam of star Irish based US bred sire KINLOCH BRAE.
Kinloch Brae and Valoris are ¾ brother and sister as Valoris is out of Grey’s Freestyle’s first litter by Molotov and Kinloch Brae is out Grey’s Freestyle’s fourth litter by Craigie Mo Town (a son of Molotov)
This damline goes back to Tish The Dish via super producers Grey’s Juliana, Representation and Lear Jet … and over the last 25 years it has produced more All Americans than any other damline. Check out our assessment of US damlines here.
Cutting Edge ran some scorching times on the trial tracks including 23.01 & 23.05 on the handslip at Sandown … 17.93 and 17.97 out of the puppy boxes at Bendigo. On the inside track at Geelong, he ran 17.09 box to box and 24.56 post to post. He also trialled at Horsham over 480m in 26.90 and Wbool over 450m in 25.05.
Updated Jan 2018