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    Stepping up after drought-breaking win Stepping up after drought-breaking win

    JOE BORG and Inmydreams on the training track

    FRESH from a drought-breaking win, handy mare Inmydreams will step up in grade this weekend. Proving too good in Cranbourne last Sunday night, Inmydreams... Stepping up after drought-breaking win

    FRESH from a drought-breaking win, handy mare Inmydreams will step up in grade this weekend.

    Proving too good in Cranbourne last Sunday night, Inmydreams is poised to race closer to home when she heads to Melton on Saturday evening.

    Prepared by astute horseman Joe Borg, the trotter registered her first victory since winning in Ballarat last August.

    “I actually wasn’t all that confident with her,” Borg said. “She’s been working well and racing consistently, but I just didn’t think things were going to go her way.

    “As it turned out, things did go her way and she was able to make the most of it.”

    Driven by Borg’s brother, Charlie, Inmydreams worked to the lead from barrier six before scoring from Desert Assassin and Aldebaran Brooke in 2:04 over 2080 metres.

    “Once she got to the front I knew she’d take a lot of running down,” Borg said. “It got close at the finish, but she got there which is what counts.”

    As for her pending assignment, Inmydreams is engaged in a metropolitan maiden where she has drawn to perfection in the pole.

    “I couldn’t have asked for a better draw,” Borg said. “This is a step up for her, so drawing well certainly helps her cause.

    “She’s come through the other night in great shape, and if things go her way again, she will be right in the finish.”

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