Vadream easily won the Pertemps Network Cammidge Trophy at Doncaster despite challenging conditions.
Charlie Fellowes, the trainer of the mare, stated that she had raced too quickly on the ground last year, and the team has learned to only run her on soft ground.
After three all-weather runs, Vadream was ready to shine and took over from the front runners halfway through the race. She continued to increase her lead and won by four and a half lengths, with Kieran Shoemark on board.
Fellowes noted that Vadream is a filly who always improves with racing and is perfect for six furlongs in soft ground.
Fellowes said: “We ran her on ground that was too quick last season so we won’t be doing that again but what we did learn last year was that she always improves with racing.
“We gave her three runs on the all-weather before coming here. She loves soft ground and loves six furlongs and has always threatened to do something like that.
“Last year was frustrating with quick ground all summer but we know her a lot better this year, we’ll stick to cut in the ground and six furlongs is perfect.”
Considering future plans, the trainer added: “She’s in on All-Weather Finals Day and Newcastle probably is the only all-weather track you could get away with it and think you have a big chance. She is the sort of filly you can back up quickly and then she’d have a little break.
“She’ll have an entry at York in May (Duke of York Stakes) and she might get an entry in Ireland where they get cut in the ground. Hopefully we have a wet summer.
“The owner loves racing. A lot of people would have had her covered this year but he said he’d waited a long time for a filly like this and as long as she’s in good heart, kick on.”