By Racinguk.com staff
The four-year-old is now unbeaten in four starts for Nicky Henderson, and claimed top honours in the Grade One Finale Juvenile Hurdle at Chepstow last month.
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We Have A Dream was sent off the 1-5 favourite in this five-runner Listed heat, but he had to work hard to fend off Act Of Valour, who was a most worthy foe.
But the Henderson runner responded gamely once challenged and ended up winning by four and a half lengths following a slick leap at the last.
Winning jockey Daryl Jacob told Racing UK: "He was a bit fresh - it was the same when I schooled him earlier in the week. He's a lovely horse."
We Have A Dream's joint-owner Simon Munir tweeted: "The Dream is still alive as WHAD wins well in not ideal conditions, a sharp track against ex-flat horses - next stop Cheltenham."
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