Now with thriving trainer Frankie Lor, Dark Dream has won two of his six starts Hong Kong starts and was a solid performer in the Four-Year-Old Classic Series.
Champipon jockey Zac Purton has been a regular rider of Dark Dream’s and steered him to victory in his latest race, however with Purton electing to stick fat with trainer Tony Cruz’s two-time Group 1 winner Exultant, Clark was approached to ride.
“It’s nice to get the phone call,” Clark said.
“He’s a horse that I didn’t get to ride too many times but I had good success on him in the (Queensland) Derby so it will be good to be back aboard him.
“I got on him at the right time and was able to get the right result on him. I’m really looking forward to getting back on him.”
Hugh Bowman will remain on board Hong Kong Derby winner Furore in the QE II Cup.