First Winner for Dreamscape
Brilliant sprinter Dreamscape posted his first winner at Scone on Friday when talented colt Cityscape kicked off his career with a stylish debut win.
A big strong chestnut colt prepared by Paul Perry, who trained his grand-sire Choisir, Cityscape stalked the leader and then powered to the line to win the 900 metre maiden by a length.
A $36,000 Inglis Classic purchase for Perry from the Jorson Farm draft, Cityscape is a half-brother to stakes-winner Texan and is the fifth winner from five to race from Jewelmer, a half-sister by Marscay to stakes-winner Belle Grise.
Cityscape is only the second runner for Dreamscape, who stands at Widden Stud at a fee of $5,500.
Bred and raced by Gooree Stud, Dreamscape was trained by Gai Waterhouse and made an immediate impression when winning the Group III AJC Up and Coming Stakes on debut.
He later won the Group II AJC Stan Fox Stakes and Group III AJC Liverpool City Cup before retiring to Widden in 2010 and has covered 171 mares in his first three seasons.