Livia's Dream runs at Newmarket's July Course tomorrow

14 Aug 2013 | Camilla Evetts
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Livia's Dream (pictured left) has been declared for the Class 4 Lyndsay Wicks Birthday Celebration Handicap over 1m2f at Newmarket's July Course tomorrow, she is drawn 8 of 8 and will be ridden by Tom McLaughlin. She came out of her Newcastle success in really good form and seems to be thriving on racing this season. Tomorrow's race looks a tougher ask with a few unexposed types in there but she will have her all important fast ground and hopefully she will run another good race. 

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