Amazing Dream, a 3YO sister by Bettor's Delight to 2015 NZ 2YO Pacer of the Year (Lets) Chase The Dream (1:49.9, Aust, 20 wins & $560,036), is another stand-out in the family of former Bromac Lodge broodmare, Happy Dreamer.
Amazing Dream, who beat Princess Tiffany in the $146,250 PGG Wrightson NZ Yearling Sales 2YO Fillies Final at Addington in May in a smart 1:54.9 rate (1980m) for the all-conquering Allstars stables made a brilliant winning resumption at Addington on Thursday, October 10.
She moved up parked and won as she liked by a length and a quarter in a 1:56.5 mile rate for the 1980m in the NZ Bloodstock New Triple Crown Series Mobile Pace.
Both Amazing Dream and (Lets) Chase The Dream are from Christian Dreamer, a Christian Cullen-Dreamy Atom mare, who qualified for breeders, Vin and Daphne Devery, but never raced.
Christian Dreamer is a half-sister to Happy Dreamer (p3, 1:57.h, 8 USA wins & $44,872), the Son Of Afella grand-dam of fast NSW pacer, Heza Bromac (p3, 1:51.4, nine wins & $70,848), by Rob Roy Mattgregor.
Happy Dreamer is also a half-sister to the former stand-out filly in Western Dream (p2, 1:58.5; p3, 1:56.3, 14 wins from 27 starts & $336,361), the 2005 NZ 2YO & 2006 3YO NZ Pacing Filly of the Year.
Dreamy Atom, the Soky's Aom-Lumber Lie dam of Western Dream and Happy Dreamer, is the dam of seven individual winners, also leaving former WA Derby third place-getter Tisadream (1:50f, US, 16 wins & $146,296), Dream Royale (1:53.6, US, 22 wins & $145,067), Presidential Dream (1:53.2, US, 4 wins), and Watch The Dream (1:56.6, 4 wins & $31,847).
Dreamy Atom daughters to have already bred on well include Western Dream herself by leaving five individual winners including the 2011 Addington PGG Wrightson NZ Yearling Sales 2YO Open Pace winner, Western Dream (1:55.6, 19 wins & $447,536), and Cullen Time (1:58.4, 3 wins).
Dream Royale has left three individual winners including the former stand-out Australian pacer, Soho Lennon (1:51, USA, 38 wins & $560,907), Slice Of Paradise (1:56.9) and Rocknroll Dude (1:57)
Exotic Stride, a one-win sister to Western Dream (Badlands Hanover-Dreamy Atom), has left Real Stride (1:51.9, 15 wins & $147,720) and Bullet Stride (p2, 1:54.7, seven wins & $54,075).
Dreamy Lover, an Artiscape mare who placed four times but failed to win in 19 starts, has left a useful Bettor's Delight winner in Western Delight (1:51.2, US, 3 NZ wins).
Dreamy Atom (p3, 1:59.2, 6 wins & $108,810), herself, was NZ's 1994 2YO Pacing Filly of the Year, winning the NZ Sires' Stakes 2YO Fillies Championship & Sweetheart 2YO Stakes.
She also won the 1995 NZ Sires Stakes 3YO Fillies Championship at Auckland when trained by Vin Devery, and driven by Tony Herlihy.
Dreamy Atom’s pedigree is strong, being a half-sister to 1999 Cheviot 2YO Stakes winner Happy Golucky (2:00.1, 9 wins & $49,313) and Costalot (1:54.6 US, 10 wins).
Dreamy Atom is a grand-daughter of Ravinalan, the unraced half-sister to the inaugural 1984 Addington NZ Sires Stakes 3YO Final winner, Arveeae (1:59.1, 8 wins & $82,303).
Happy Dreamer, who Bromac Lodge brought back from North America, left first-up Halo Bromac (retired after two start), the Falon Seelsster dam of Heza Bromac (p3: 1:52.1, Aust) and Hasten Bromac (one win from only nine starts, 1:58.9, mile rate, 2200m).
She was sold last year to Derek Newton, of Tancred Holdings, along with her now 2YO filly daughter, Dulcinea (by He’s Watching).
Happy Dreamer, now 21, was served by Triple NZ Cup winner, Terror To Love (1:51) last December.