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Unlucky Dibloam Continues To Improve

Dibloam is a horse that we have always liked a horse that’s always gone nicely at home but up until recently he’s been too keen to do himself justice.

However standing at almost 17 hands his trainer David Evans believed he just needed time to learn to race and grow up and his past two performance certainly suggest the penny is starting to drop.

Although he is yet to get his head in front both of his last two runs could have been victories, he’s been very unlucky in running no more so than when finishing second at Chelmsford last time out when it looked unthinkable considering where he was in the straight, he stayed on very strongly over 1m 5f to beaten just a length but in truth he should have been an impressive winner.

A lightly raced, improving type who will give his owners an awful lot of fun and enjoyment over the winter months.

 

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