Last years Caulfield Cup favourite Kings Will Dream is set to make a full recovery and return to racing during the Spring after fracturing his pelvis in the Cox Plate.
Kings Will Dream broke down during last years Cox Plate won by Champion mare Winx and there were fears the talented stayer would not make it through let alone race again although he has made a full recovery and new trainer Chris Waller is set to target the 2019 Cox Plate with the imported galloper.
The former Darren Weir trained galloper shot to the head of Caulfield Cup betting after a five length Mornington Cup win which gave him ballot exempt entry into the race.
Kings Will Dream has recovered well from his fractured pelvis
Will go to C Waller to be prepared for the Cox Plate
Matthew Williams has been pre-training the horse at the Bool..
He has won 6 from 14
Weir had for 11 runs for 5 wins
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— STEVE HEWLETT 🏇🎣 🛥 (@stevejoseph69) March 11, 2019