Sir Dreamalot (2g A Lot – Dreaming A Dream by Oratorio) settled in the box-seat for Brad Parnham and pinched a winning break in the straight from front-runners Onemoretwomany (Tassort) and Sinful Living (Safeguard).

It was also a first in Stakes company for trainer Josh Krispyn who is stable foreman for fellow Port Kennedy conditioner Stephen Miller.  “I couldn’t believe how well he worked after that win at Bunbury,” Krispyn said.  “He was rock-hard and competitive today.  If he pulls up okay, we will go to the (LR) Perth Stakes and then look at the (G2) Karrakatta Plate.”

A Lot (Tapit) now stands at Westbury Park following earlier books at in the Great Southern at Mungrup Stud and Willaview Park.  Sir Dreamalot (Photo / Western Racepix) is the first foal from unraced mare Dreaming A Dream (Oratorio) and she delivered another A Lot colt at Willaview Park in October.

Dreaming A Dream is closely related to Waratah’s Secret (Oratorio) who won the G3 Prince of Wales Stakes (1100m) twice for trainer David Harrison.

“You can’t really plan for a ride like that,” Parnham admitted.  “I told Josh I would just go with the horse and it worked out perfectly.  The pace was on and I was able to slot in with cover.

“He travelled and was in for the fight when the second horse (Earthstorm) loomed up in the straight.  He dug deep and felt good running right through the line.”

The Supremacy was the second-leg of a winning double for A Lot at Ascot following Fast Flicker in the Westspeed Platinum Hcp (1400m).  The Les Andrews homebred was at the back of the pack off a slow tempo before swooping on the leaders to score easily.

Fast Flicker was racing second-up and has improved with the addition of blinkers and a couple of away wins at Esperance.  “She’s a lovely mare and doesn’t overdo it when working at home,” trainer Tony Triscari said.  “She can be highly-strung before a race but wasn’t at all hot today.

“Without a doubt, all the travelling away has helped and I was pretty confident she would go close.”

Triscari has also prepared her 3yo half-sister Premium Girl (I’m All The Talk) to wins at Pinjarra (2) and Bunbury this season for Andrews who bought their dam Royal Anna (Royal Academy) for $30,000 from Widden Stud in 2008.