Hobb’s Dream dreaming for victory at Chepstow – Handicap Chase Preview

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Hobb’s Dream dreaming for victory at Chepstow – Handicap Chase Preview
Hobb’s Dream is going to translate his dream of winning Digibet.Com Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Chase into reality at Chepstow racecourse on Saturday, March 10.
The Neil Mulholland-trained veteran mare is all ready to take on her 14 strong rivals in the Class 5 contest of 3m distance. The £2,339 race will commence at 1:55 (GMT).
The competitors of the hot favourite runner include Notabotheronme, Inthejungle, Callerlilly, Duke Of Ormond, Sir Winston, De Waiting Game, Me Julie, Rye Rocket, How Nice, Prime Edition, Arctic Flow, Guydus, Huckleberry and Septos.
Since the very beginning of her career, Hobb’s Dream has been a consistent performer. The brilliant mare made her debut in December 2008. She went on to bag her maiden victory in January 2010.
During January 2011, the eight-year-old dashing runner won a couple of consecutive races. She continued to perform well in the subsequent outings.
With the dawn of 2012, the maverick mare gained a new momentum. Running against 15 rivals at Taunton on January 31, she empathetically finished first. This was indeed a huge achievement.
After finishing third in a subsequent outing at the same track on February 21, Hobb’s Dream convincingly notched up the top spot in her last start at Wincanton course on March 9---just a day ago.
Thus, the talented mare is going to run today with fresh form and sky-rocketing confidence. She will surely be able to capitalise on the form given by her yesterday’s success in a bid to claim another triumph today.
Her chances to finish first are as high as 90 percent provided she manages to judge the running condition of the ground properly.
Out of the mare’s opponents, Notabotheronme and Guydus look to be solid enough, having potential to give tough time to her.
Notabotheronme boosted up his morale to a great extent by winning a big race on January 11, 2012. Dai Burchell’s veteran gelding went on to finish fourth in his last outing at Chepstow on January 20. As a whole, he has won 3 out of his total 29 starts so far.
On the other hand, Guydus has been showing some decent performances since the dawn of the calendar year. Venetia Williams’ bay mare finished second each in her last two outings during January-February. Overall, she has one triumph to her credit.
The real battle at Chepstow will be witnessed between Notabotheronme and Hobb’s Dream, as the both are carrying abundant form at the moment. Let us see how Hobb’s Dream manoeuvres victory to her favour. Good luck to the mare.
Disclaimer: The views expressed in this article are the writer's own and do not reflect Bettor.Com’s editorial policy.



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