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Remaining unbeaten in his 2YO career, Triple Honour came into his 3YO career full of promise. Performing competitively at stakes level led to the Group 1 Doncaster Handicap (2008), which he won under the piloting of Glen Boss.

The remainder of his career was highlighted by two Group 2 victories, and extremely consistent stakes performances.

"Triple Honour’s win gave me the confidence to back myself as a trainer."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Triple Honour

Remaining unbeaten in his 2YO career, Triple Honour came into his 3YO career full of promise. Performing competitively at stakes level led to the Group 1 Doncaster Handicap (2008), which he won under the piloting of Glen Boss.

The remainder of his career was highlighted by two Group 2 victories, and extremely consistent stakes performances.

"Triple Honour’s win gave me the confidence to back myself as a trainer."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Albert The Fat performed extremely well as a 3-4YO, amassing eight wins and proving to be a very consistent type.

Notable wins include Group 1 BRC BTC Cup (2010) as a 5YO and the Group 1 VRC Emirates Stakes (2011) on the final day of the Melbourne Cup Carnival as a 7YO.

"Chris Waller’s got this horse going an absolute treat, he’s a pleasure to ride"

- Mark Zahra, Jockey

Albert The Fat

Albert The Fat performed extremely well as a 3-4YO, amassing eight wins and proving to be a very consistent type.

Notable wins include Group 1 BRC BTC Cup (2010) as a 5YO and the Group 1 VRC Emirates Stakes (2011) on the final day of the Melbourne Cup Carnival as a 7YO.

"Chris Waller’s got this horse going an absolute treat, he’s a pleasure to ride"

- Mark Zahra, Jockey

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Amicus’ career began boldly, winning her first race as a 2YO. During the 2014 Melbourne Spring Carnival, Amicus, ridden by Hugh Bowman, claimed her most significant win of her career in the Group 1 Schweppes Thousand Guineas.

Her success only continued, winning a further three more Stakes races before retirement.

"She is just an amazing big mare and she has a great nature."

- Justine Hales, Chris Waller Racing

Amicus

Amicus’ career began boldly, winning her first race as a 2YO. During the 2014 Melbourne Spring Carnival, Amicus, ridden by Hugh Bowman, claimed her most significant win of her career in the Group 1 Schweppes Thousand Guineas.

Her success only continued, winning a further three more Stakes races before retirement.

"She is just an amazing big mare and she has a great nature."

- Justine Hales, Chris Waller Racing

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Beaten Up began his career in fine style, remaining undefeated as a 3YO and winning a Group 3 in the United Kingdom.

Upon moving to Australia, he quickly struck, winning The Group 1 Doomben Cup (2013) in just his fourth start. He saw out the remainder of his career performing competitively at a stakes level.

"Beaten Up completed an unprecedented Group 1 clean sweep for champion trainer Chris Waller at Royal Randwick."

- Ray Thomas, The Daily Telegraph

Beaten Up

Beaten Up began his career in fine style, remaining undefeated as a 3YO and winning a Group 3 in the United Kingdom.

Upon moving to Australia, he quickly struck, winning The Group 1 Doomben Cup (2013) in just his fourth start. He saw out the remainder of his career performing competitively at a stakes level.

"Beaten Up completed an unprecedented Group 1 clean sweep for champion trainer Chris Waller at Royal Randwick."

- Ray Thomas, The Daily Telegraph

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Boban claimed his first Group 1 victory in The Star Epsom during the 2013 Sydney Spring Carnival. Five weeks later he cemented his class and quality by Winning at Flemington in the Group 1 Emirates Stakes.

Boban went on to showcase his talent up and down the eastern border, winning a further three more Group 1s, the Chipping Norton Stakes (2014), the MRC Memsie Stakes (2014) and the BRC Doomben Ten Thousand (2015).

"A horse of his nature won three Group 1 races all in the space of eight or ten months, so to get him back winning is one thing, but at that level it is unbelievable."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Boban

Boban claimed his first Group 1 victory in The Star Epsom during the 2013 Sydney Spring Carnival. Five weeks later he cemented his class and quality by Winning at Flemington in the Group 1 Emirates Stakes.

Boban went on to showcase his talent up and down the eastern border, winning a further three more Group 1s, the Chipping Norton Stakes (2014), the MRC Memsie Stakes (2014) and the BRC Doomben Ten Thousand (2015).

"A horse of his nature won three Group 1 races all in the space of eight or ten months, so to get him back winning is one thing, but at that level it is unbelievable."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Brazen Beau’s career began strongly as a 2YO, winning on debut and then winning the Group 2 BRC Champagne Classic (2014).

During the 2014 Spring Carnival, he claimed his first Group 1 in the Coolmore Stud Stakes and then his second in the Group 1 Newmarket Handicap (2015).

"He’s done everything well and truly beyond anything we could have asked from him."

- Chris Burdon, part owner

Brazen Beau

Brazen Beau’s career began strongly as a 2YO, winning on debut and then winning the Group 2 BRC Champagne Classic (2014).

During the 2014 Spring Carnival, he claimed his first Group 1 in the Coolmore Stud Stakes and then his second in the Group 1 Newmarket Handicap (2015).

"He’s done everything well and truly beyond anything we could have asked from him."

- Chris Burdon, part owner

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Come Play With Me has won 13 races to date, reaching a career pinnacle when he weaved through the 14 horse field to win Group 1, The Metropolitan (2019).

A momentous day for Chris Waller, but also for Come Play With Me’s former trainer, Adam Durrant who trained this galloper to 12 wins before sending him to Sydney, to be prepared under Waller’s sturdy guidance for the 2019 Spring Carnival.

"He was there to win the race half way up the straight and Tommy (Berry, Gallic Chieftain) put a margin on him, but to his credit he kicked back and fought on."

- Brenton Avdulla, Jockey

Come Play With Me

Come Play With Me has won 13 races to date, reaching a career pinnacle when he weaved through the 14 horse field to win Group 1, The Metropolitan (2019).

A momentous day for Chris Waller, but also for Come Play With Me’s former trainer, Adam Durrant who trained this galloper to 12 wins before sending him to Sydney, to be prepared under Waller’s sturdy guidance for the 2019 Spring Carnival.

"He was there to win the race half way up the straight and Tommy (Berry, Gallic Chieftain) put a margin on him, but to his credit he kicked back and fought on."

- Brenton Avdulla, Jockey

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Comin’ Through was always an above average galloper, winning the Group 3 Carbine Club Stakes, Group 3 Bill Ritchie Stakes, Group 2 Ajax Stakes and Group 2 Tramway Stakes.

These Stakes wins are overshadowed by Comin’ Through’s phenomenal run in the 2014 Group 1 BRC Doomben Cup.

"I think a horse of his calibre and ability is worthy and when he turns up he's right there with them. When he's on song he beats the best milers going around."

- Michael Walker, Jockey

Comin’ Through

Comin’ Through was always an above average galloper, winning the Group 3 Carbine Club Stakes, Group 3 Bill Ritchie Stakes, Group 2 Ajax Stakes and Group 2 Tramway Stakes.

These Stakes wins are overshadowed by Comin’ Through’s phenomenal run in the 2014 Group 1 BRC Doomben Cup.

"I think a horse of his calibre and ability is worthy and when he turns up he's right there with them. When he's on song he beats the best milers going around."

- Michael Walker, Jockey

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This flashy grey, had two wins to his name as a 2YO, and continued to add to his tally as a 3YO.

D’Argento secured a career best during the 2018 Autumn Carnival, claiming victory in the Group 1 Rosehill Guineas.

"I remember inspecting D’Argento as a yearling and he was such a lovely, athletic colt. D’Argento just stood out to me, not only because of his colour, he had this great presence about him."

- Denise Martin, Star Thoroughbreds

D’Argento

This flashy grey, had two wins to his name as a 2YO, and continued to add to his tally as a 3YO.

D’Argento secured a career best during the 2018 Autumn Carnival, claiming victory in the Group 1 Rosehill Guineas.

"I remember inspecting D’Argento as a yearling and he was such a lovely, athletic colt. D’Argento just stood out to me, not only because of his colour, he had this great presence about him."

- Denise Martin, Star Thoroughbreds

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Danleigh was an extremely consistent stakes level performer throughout his seven year career.

During this time, Danleigh secured four Group 1 wins; the All Aged Stakes (2009), Manikato Stakes (2009), the George Ryder Stakes (2010) and the Chipping Norton (2011).

"He’s been a good horse to me and to Chris too, he’s a wonderful horse."

- Hugh Bowman, Jockey

Danleigh

Danleigh was an extremely consistent stakes level performer throughout his seven year career.

During this time, Danleigh secured four Group 1 wins; the All Aged Stakes (2009), Manikato Stakes (2009), the George Ryder Stakes (2010) and the Chipping Norton (2011).

"He’s been a good horse to me and to Chris too, he’s a wonderful horse."

- Hugh Bowman, Jockey

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Delectation began his career strongly, with three wins as a 2YO, and his first Stakes race as a 3YO in the Group 2 Royal Sovereign Stakes (2015).

During the Spring Carnival, Delectation claimed a momentous victory in the Group 1 Darley Classic (2015). It was this Group 1 win that saw him prevail against runner-up and race favourite, Chautauqua.

"He proved himself today. He won fair and square, coming from behind Chautauqua and a lot of really good sprinters."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Delectation

Delectation began his career strongly, with three wins as a 2YO, and his first Stakes race as a 3YO in the Group 2 Royal Sovereign Stakes (2015).

During the Spring Carnival, Delectation claimed a momentous victory in the Group 1 Darley Classic (2015). It was this Group 1 win that saw him prevail against runner-up and race favourite, Chautauqua.

"He proved himself today. He won fair and square, coming from behind Chautauqua and a lot of really good sprinters."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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This dual Oaks winner dominated her rivals early in her career, securing six consecutive wins from eight starts.

It was during this streak, that she was victorious in two Group 1s, the SAJC Schweppes Oaks (2017) and the BRC Queensland Oaks (2017).

"She’s a little star. She’s not very big, but she’s got a motor and she takes such a big stride. She’s waiting for you to press the button and when you do she just goes ‘woosh’."

- Kerrin McEvoy, Jockey

Egg Tart

This dual Oaks winner dominated her rivals early in her career, securing six consecutive wins from eight starts.

It was during this streak, that she was victorious in two Group 1s, the SAJC Schweppes Oaks (2017) and the BRC Queensland Oaks (2017).

"She’s a little star. She’s not very big, but she’s got a motor and she takes such a big stride. She’s waiting for you to press the button and when you do she just goes ‘woosh’."

- Kerrin McEvoy, Jockey

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Foreteller was a dominant 2YO with three wins, one of which was at Stakes level before he joined the Waller Stable.

Foreteller had an illustrious career, victorious in multiple Stakes races, and three Group 1s. These include, Group 1 Ranvet Stakes (2013), Group 1 Makybe Diva Stakes (2013), and the Group 1 Underwood Stakes (2014).

"You just have to admire this horse’s courage. He always tries and he is very honest."

-Justine Hales, Chris Waller Racing

Foreteller

Foreteller was a dominant 2YO with three wins, one of which was at Stakes level before he joined the Waller Stable.

Foreteller had an illustrious career, victorious in multiple Stakes races, and three Group 1s. These include, Group 1 Ranvet Stakes (2013), Group 1 Makybe Diva Stakes (2013), and the Group 1 Underwood Stakes (2014).

"You just have to admire this horse’s courage. He always tries and he is very honest."

-Justine Hales, Chris Waller Racing

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Foxplay was one of the only few serious challengers to nearly take the crown and break mighty mare Winx’s winning streak in the Group 2 Warwick Stakes. Foxplay fought valiantly, but was bested in the last few strides.

This grey filly, however, is a star in her own right, winning three Group 2s before going on to win her maiden Group 1 in the Queen of the Turf Stakes (2017).

"Foxplay is a determined little madam and wants to win."

- Denise Martin, Star Thoroughbreds

Foxplay

Foxplay was one of the only few serious challengers to nearly take the crown and break mighty mare Winx’s winning streak in the Group 2 Warwick Stakes. Foxplay fought valiantly, but was bested in the last few strides.

This grey filly, however, is a star in her own right, winning three Group 2s before going on to win her maiden Group 1 in the Queen of the Turf Stakes (2017).

"Foxplay is a determined little madam and wants to win."

- Denise Martin, Star Thoroughbreds

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Funstar, a daughter of the 2014 Cox Plate winner Adelaide, and a half-sister to Oaks winner Youngstar, is a proven talent.

This filly has won five races from nine starts, with 2019-20 her best season yet, winning the Group 2 Tea Rose Stakes and then her maiden Group 1, ATC Flight Stakes.

"She is a really talented horse. She is one you can work well with and that always shines out to the trainer when trying to identify a good horse."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Funstar

Funstar, a daughter of the 2014 Cox Plate winner Adelaide, and a half-sister to Oaks winner Youngstar, is a proven talent.

This filly has won five races from nine starts, with 2019-20 her best season yet, winning the Group 2 Tea Rose Stakes and then her maiden Group 1, ATC Flight Stakes.

"She is a really talented horse. She is one you can work well with and that always shines out to the trainer when trying to identify a good horse."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Winning his first race as a 2YO, Good Project went on to win three more metropolitan races before heading to Western Australia.

It was here on the Western Coast that Good Project put in an astounding effort to win the Group 1 WATC Railway Stakes (2015).

"He is a lovely colt and he is a lovely horse to deal with. Everything he does he just takes in his stride and that is what has helped him."

- Justine Hales, former foreperson for Chris Waller Racing

Good Project

Winning his first race as a 2YO, Good Project went on to win three more metropolitan races before heading to Western Australia.

It was here on the Western Coast that Good Project put in an astounding effort to win the Group 1 WATC Railway Stakes (2015).

"He is a lovely colt and he is a lovely horse to deal with. Everything he does he just takes in his stride and that is what has helped him."

- Justine Hales, former foreperson for Chris Waller Racing

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Grand Marshal began his career in the United Kingdom before travelling to the southern hemisphere and joining Chris Waller’s stable at the conclusion of 2013.

It was during the 2015 Sydney Autumn Carnival that Grand Marshal produced his performance of his career, scoring a narrow win over stable mate, Who Shot Thebarman in the Group 1 Sydney Cup.

"To see Grand Marshal storm home down the outside, it was pretty good."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Grand Marshal

Grand Marshal began his career in the United Kingdom before travelling to the southern hemisphere and joining Chris Waller’s stable at the conclusion of 2013.

It was during the 2015 Sydney Autumn Carnival that Grand Marshal produced his performance of his career, scoring a narrow win over stable mate, Who Shot Thebarman in the Group 1 Sydney Cup.

"To see Grand Marshal storm home down the outside, it was pretty good."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Hawkspur proved to be an extremely consistent horse throughout his long career. Performing remarkably well at stakes-level, winning multiple Group 2 and Group 3 races.

Hawkspur’s greatest racing achievement occurred during the 2013 Winter Carnival, where he was victorious in the Group 1 BRC Queensland Derby.

"He took a while to win his maiden and then went from strength to strength. He won three Group races in Queensland including the Derby as a three year old taking him to a whole new level of being a genuine Group 1 WFA performer for the rest of his career."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Hawkspur

Hawkspur proved to be an extremely consistent horse throughout his long career. Performing remarkably well at stakes-level, winning multiple Group 2 and Group 3 races.

Hawkspur’s greatest racing achievement occurred during the 2013 Winter Carnival, where he was victorious in the Group 1 BRC Queensland Derby.

"He took a while to win his maiden and then went from strength to strength. He won three Group races in Queensland including the Derby as a three year old taking him to a whole new level of being a genuine Group 1 WFA performer for the rest of his career."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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He’s Your Man was an extremely versatile horse, winning at 1500m, 1600m and 2000m distances.

He’s Your Man broke his maiden in the Listed Winter Challenge (2014) before going on to win the Group 3 Kingston Town Stakes (2014) and the Group 1 Epsom Handicap just three weeks later.

"He is a lovely horse and it was great for the owners to invite me, especially after what we have done today, the feeling couldn’t be any better."

- Joao Moreira, Jockey

He’s Your Man

He’s Your Man was an extremely versatile horse, winning at 1500m, 1600m and 2000m distances.

He’s Your Man broke his maiden in the Listed Winter Challenge (2014) before going on to win the Group 3 Kingston Town Stakes (2014) and the Group 1 Epsom Handicap just three weeks later.

"He is a lovely horse and it was great for the owners to invite me, especially after what we have done today, the feeling couldn’t be any better."

- Joao Moreira, Jockey

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With four Group 2s to Invincibella’s name, it was at the end of the 2018-19 season that this in-form mare claimed her first Group 1, in the Tattersalls Tiara.

Invincibella’s excellence continued into 2020, where she made history at the Magic Millions, defending her crown in the $1 million Magic Millions Fillies and Mares race for the third consecutive year.

"She does what she does and she does it well. She has these three wins but more importantly she has a Group One beside her name."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Invincibella

With four Group 2s to Invincibella’s name, it was at the end of the 2018-19 season that this in-form mare claimed her first Group 1, in the Tattersalls Tiara.

Invincibella’s excellence continued into 2020, where she made history at the Magic Millions, defending her crown in the $1 million Magic Millions Fillies and Mares race for the third consecutive year.

"She does what she does and she does it well. She has these three wins but more importantly she has a Group One beside her name."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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This stunning chestnut came through the winter of 2015 in hot form. After three successive wins, Japonisme showed his class in a skilful victory in the Group 3 ATC San Domenico Stakes.

Japonisme went on to win the Group 1 VRC Coolmore Stud Stakes (2015) and the Group 2 Arrowfield Spring (2016), when he held off determined challengers on all sides.

"He’s developed into a mature racehorse both physically and tractability. He is a very versatile horse now."

- Ray Thomas, The Daily Telegraph

Japonisme

This stunning chestnut came through the winter of 2015 in hot form. After three successive wins, Japonisme showed his class in a skilful victory in the Group 3 ATC San Domenico Stakes.

Japonisme went on to win the Group 1 VRC Coolmore Stud Stakes (2015) and the Group 2 Arrowfield Spring (2016), when he held off determined challengers on all sides.

"He’s developed into a mature racehorse both physically and tractability. He is a very versatile horse now."

- Ray Thomas, The Daily Telegraph

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A winner on debut over 1400m, Kermadec went on to win the Group 3 Carbine Club Stakes (2014) during his first Spring Carnival.

The following autumn, this athletic colt claimed his first Group 1 in the Doncaster Handicap (2015). As a 4YO he only improved, with greater strength and matured ability, he went on to win Group 1 George Main Stakes (2015).

"Kermadec is a horse of exceptional quality who was able to win a Gr3 on Derby Day at Flemington at just his third start. He went on to win two of the best Gr1 mile races in Australia with only the superstar Winx denying him a third win at the elite level."

- Alastair Pulford, Darley Head of Sales

Kermadec

A winner on debut over 1400m, Kermadec went on to win the Group 3 Carbine Club Stakes (2014) during his first Spring Carnival.

The following autumn, this athletic colt claimed his first Group 1 in the Doncaster Handicap (2015). As a 4YO he only improved, with greater strength and matured ability, he went on to win Group 1 George Main Stakes (2015).

"Kermadec is a horse of exceptional quality who was able to win a Gr3 on Derby Day at Flemington at just his third start. He went on to win two of the best Gr1 mile races in Australia with only the superstar Winx denying him a third win at the elite level."

- Alastair Pulford, Darley Head of Sales

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Kings Will Dream is a gelding with a true champion comeback story. Fracturing his pelvis in 2018, Chris Waller and the CWR team rehabilitated him, nursing him back to his full potential, and arguably more.

Kings Will Dream, didn’t just win, but returned and won the 2019 Group 1 Turnbull Stakes at Flemington.

"It’s a fantastic feat for a horse like him, with the nature of the injury he had not to just race but be competitive at the top level, it’s testament to the horses heart as well. He’s clearly a champion in himself and has the will to be here."

- Jo Taylor, Chris Waller Racing

Kings Will Dream

Kings Will Dream is a gelding with a true champion comeback story. Fracturing his pelvis in 2018, Chris Waller and the CWR team rehabilitated him, nursing him back to his full potential, and arguably more.

Kings Will Dream, didn’t just win, but returned and won the 2019 Group 1 Turnbull Stakes at Flemington.

"It’s a fantastic feat for a horse like him, with the nature of the injury he had not to just race but be competitive at the top level, it’s testament to the horses heart as well. He’s clearly a champion in himself and has the will to be here."

- Jo Taylor, Chris Waller Racing

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New Zealand bred galloper, Kolding hit his stride during the 2019 Sydney Spring Carnival, winning not only one of the oldest Sydney Metropolitan races, the Group 1 Epsom, but fittingly stormed home four weeks later to win the inaugural Golden Eagle. Kolding is also the winner of the 2020 Group 1 George Main Stakes.
"Kolding in my opinion seems to go to a slightly higher level every time we put him under a bit of pressure." - Chris Waller, Trainer

Kolding

New Zealand bred galloper, Kolding hit his stride during the 2019 Sydney Spring Carnival, winning not only one of the oldest Sydney Metropolitan races, the Group 1 Epsom, but fittingly stormed home four weeks later to win the inaugural Golden Eagle. Kolding is also the winner of the 2020 Group 1 George Main Stakes.
"Kolding in my opinion seems to go to a slightly higher level every time we put him under a bit of pressure." - Chris Waller, Trainer

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Metal Bender enjoyed a prosperous and consistent career. As a 3YO, his career is highlighted by winning back-to-back Group 1s in the Randwick and Rosehill Guineas (2009), followed by a minor placing in the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Throughout the rest of his career, he performed valiantly at Stakes level, and won a further two Group 1s; the Doomben Cup (2010) and the George Ryder Stakes (2012).

"You don't remember margins, but you remember great performances"

- Chris Waller, trainer

Metal Bender

Metal Bender enjoyed a prosperous and consistent career. As a 3YO, his career is highlighted by winning back-to-back Group 1s in the Randwick and Rosehill Guineas (2009), followed by a minor placing in the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Throughout the rest of his career, he performed valiantly at Stakes level, and won a further two Group 1s; the Doomben Cup (2010) and the George Ryder Stakes (2012).

"You don't remember margins, but you remember great performances"

- Chris Waller, trainer

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Irish bred Moriarty, began his career in the UK, where he won two races before Chris Waller purchased him.

The gelding proved to be a sound weight-for-age galloper, claiming eight Stakes race victories, including a triumphant win in the Group 1 Kingston Town Classic (2014) at Ascot, Western Australia.

"To his credit he is just a beautiful stayer; he just gets stronger and stronger as the line gets closer."

- Nash Rawiller, Jockey

Moriarty

Irish bred Moriarty, began his career in the UK, where he won two races before Chris Waller purchased him.

The gelding proved to be a sound weight-for-age galloper, claiming eight Stakes race victories, including a triumphant win in the Group 1 Kingston Town Classic (2014) at Ascot, Western Australia.

"To his credit he is just a beautiful stayer; he just gets stronger and stronger as the line gets closer."

- Nash Rawiller, Jockey

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Originating in the United Kingdom, My Kingdom of Fife competed strongly at Stakes level until the age of six when he moved to the Chris Waller Stable in Australia.

Success followed, with three Group wins in a row, including the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2011) at Royal Randwick.

"We are all living the dream really with this horse. We bought a horse off the Queen and here we are winning the race named after her,"

- Ray Thomas, The Daily Telegraph

My Kingdom of Fife

Originating in the United Kingdom, My Kingdom of Fife competed strongly at Stakes level until the age of six when he moved to the Chris Waller Stable in Australia.

Success followed, with three Group wins in a row, including the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2011) at Royal Randwick.

"We are all living the dream really with this horse. We bought a horse off the Queen and here we are winning the race named after her,"

- Ray Thomas, The Daily Telegraph

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Recognised as one of the world’s fastest sprinters, Nature Strip blitzed his rivals in three Group 1 races in 2019; the ATC Galaxy, AJ Moir stakes and the Darley Sprint Classic.

In his most recent campaign, Nature Strip defended his Sprint King status, storming home to win his fourth Group 1 in the ATC TJ Smith (2020).

"Everyone is conscious of not going too hard whereas he just rolls. He’s a very fast horse, one of the fastest horses in the world."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Nature Strip

Recognised as one of the world’s fastest sprinters, Nature Strip blitzed his rivals in three Group 1 races in 2019; the ATC Galaxy, AJ Moir stakes and the Darley Sprint Classic.

In his most recent campaign, Nature Strip defended his Sprint King status, storming home to win his fourth Group 1 in the ATC TJ Smith (2020).

"Everyone is conscious of not going too hard whereas he just rolls. He’s a very fast horse, one of the fastest horses in the world."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Imported stayer Opinion, won his first Stakes race at Rosehill Gardens in the Listed Parramatta Cup in only his second Australian appearance.

During the 2014 Spring Carnival, Opinion proved to be a leader among the staying ranks as the victor of the esteemed Group 1, The Metropolitan.

"These European horses have been very good to the stable and not only do they win big races, but they win a lot of races on the way through and pay for themselves giving the connections a great thrill. That is what this horse certainly did, all the way through to winning a Group 1."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Opinion

Imported stayer Opinion, won his first Stakes race at Rosehill Gardens in the Listed Parramatta Cup in only his second Australian appearance.

During the 2014 Spring Carnival, Opinion proved to be a leader among the staying ranks as the victor of the esteemed Group 1, The Metropolitan.

"These European horses have been very good to the stable and not only do they win big races, but they win a lot of races on the way through and pay for themselves giving the connections a great thrill. That is what this horse certainly did, all the way through to winning a Group 1."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Veteran stayer, Patrick Erin boasted an impressive strike rate of 10 wins for 21 runs in New Zealand before joining the Chris Waller Stable in 2018.

It was here, that Patrick Erin claimed his first Group 1 victory in The Metropolitan.

"Just another good tough New Zealand horse."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Patrick Erin

Veteran stayer, Patrick Erin boasted an impressive strike rate of 10 wins for 21 runs in New Zealand before joining the Chris Waller Stable in 2018.

It was here, that Patrick Erin claimed his first Group 1 victory in The Metropolitan.

"Just another good tough New Zealand horse."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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This champion stallion broke his maiden with a significant bang by winning the Group 1 Victorian Derby (2014).

Success continued with three more Group 1s in the Turnbull Stakes (2015), Australian Cup (2016), and The BMW (2016). His incredible racing finesse saw him honoured and named the Australian Champion Stayer (2016).

"Preferment is a very strong and attractive type and has been an absolute pleasure to train."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Preferment

This champion stallion broke his maiden with a significant bang by winning the Group 1 Victorian Derby (2014).

Success continued with three more Group 1s in the Turnbull Stakes (2015), Australian Cup (2016), and The BMW (2016). His incredible racing finesse saw him honoured and named the Australian Champion Stayer (2016).

"Preferment is a very strong and attractive type and has been an absolute pleasure to train."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Pressday was an extremely impressive colt as a 2YO when he secured three consecutive Group wins, which included the Group 1 BRC TJ Smith Classic (2010).

This was then followed by a strong win in the Group 2 Sandown Guineas in just his second start as a 3YO. He continued to race competitively at Stakes level before retiring to stud.

"He’s an exceptional colt. The world is his oyster, full credit to Chris Waller and his staff, they’ve done a tremendous job."

- Nash Rawiller, Jockey

Pressday

Pressday was an extremely impressive colt as a 2YO when he secured three consecutive Group wins, which included the Group 1 BRC TJ Smith Classic (2010).

This was then followed by a strong win in the Group 2 Sandown Guineas in just his second start as a 3YO. He continued to race competitively at Stakes level before retiring to stud.

"He’s an exceptional colt. The world is his oyster, full credit to Chris Waller and his staff, they’ve done a tremendous job."

- Nash Rawiller, Jockey

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Undefeated as a 2YO with three wins for three starts, Press Statement dominated by winning his first Group 1 in the BRC J.J. Atkins Stakes (2015).

As a 3YO, this classy colt went on to win the time-honoured Group 1 Caulfield Guineas.

"Group 1 horses need group 1 temperaments and this is what this horse has. He ticks all the boxes."

- Hugh Bowman, Jockey

Press Statement

Undefeated as a 2YO with three wins for three starts, Press Statement dominated by winning his first Group 1 in the BRC J.J. Atkins Stakes (2015).

As a 3YO, this classy colt went on to win the time-honoured Group 1 Caulfield Guineas.

"Group 1 horses need group 1 temperaments and this is what this horse has. He ticks all the boxes."

- Hugh Bowman, Jockey

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Red Tracer spent the majority of her career in black-type company. Of her 38 career starts, 33 of them were at the elite level.

Viewed as one of the most honest mares over multiple seasons, Red Tracer was victorious in 15 races, two of which at Group 1 level; the Tattersall’s Tiara (2013) and the Myer Classic (2013).

"There's no horse more deserving than her and I don't think there would be a person here who would deny her that."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Red Tracer

Red Tracer spent the majority of her career in black-type company. Of her 38 career starts, 33 of them were at the elite level.

Viewed as one of the most honest mares over multiple seasons, Red Tracer was victorious in 15 races, two of which at Group 1 level; the Tattersall’s Tiara (2013) and the Myer Classic (2013).

"There's no horse more deserving than her and I don't think there would be a person here who would deny her that."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Originally trained in France, Reliable Man was victorious in his first two starts before he defeated a strong field in the Group 1 Chantilly Prix du Jockey Club.

He won one more Stakes race before he was sent to Australia in 2013. His blistering turn of foot saw him triumphant in the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2013), proving his class in both the Southern and Northern Hemispheres.

"He's won like a very good horse, he has excellent form in Europe and on that effort he is world class."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Reliable Man

Originally trained in France, Reliable Man was victorious in his first two starts before he defeated a strong field in the Group 1 Chantilly Prix du Jockey Club.

He won one more Stakes race before he was sent to Australia in 2013. His blistering turn of foot saw him triumphant in the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2013), proving his class in both the Southern and Northern Hemispheres.

"He's won like a very good horse, he has excellent form in Europe and on that effort he is world class."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Four consecutive wins as a 4YO was a great example for what was to come with Rangirangdoo. With three Group wins in the Spring and early Autumn of 2009-10, was the warm-up he needed before breaking through for his first Group 1 win in the Doncaster Handicap (2010).

The remainder of his career was highlighted by extremely competitive stakes level performances, where he secured a second Group 1 victory in the George Ryder Stakes (2011)

"He captured the imagination of a lot of people and would have to go down as a stable favourite. He was very important to me in my early days and was a very good horse."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Rangirangdoo

Four consecutive wins as a 4YO was a great example for what was to come with Rangirangdoo. With three Group wins in the Spring and early Autumn of 2009-10, was the warm-up he needed before breaking through for his first Group 1 win in the Doncaster Handicap (2010).

The remainder of his career was highlighted by extremely competitive stakes level performances, where he secured a second Group 1 victory in the George Ryder Stakes (2011)

"He captured the imagination of a lot of people and would have to go down as a stable favourite. He was very important to me in my early days and was a very good horse."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Royal Descent began strongly as a 3YO, winning her first two races of her career. She secured her first Stakes victory in the Group 3 Adrian Knox, before storming home to win by ten lengths in the Group 1 ATC Australian Oaks (2013).

With a string of unlucky seconds to follow, five at Group 1 level, she returned to the winners circle one last time before retirement, when she won the Group 2 Warwick Stakes (2015).

"She will be remembered as one of Australia’s best ever mares, recording an ATC Oaks victory by 10L when defeating Dear Demi, as well as recording eight Group 1 placings, beaten less than a half length on five of those occasions."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Royal Descent

Royal Descent began strongly as a 3YO, winning her first two races of her career. She secured her first Stakes victory in the Group 3 Adrian Knox, before storming home to win by ten lengths in the Group 1 ATC Australian Oaks (2013).

With a string of unlucky seconds to follow, five at Group 1 level, she returned to the winners circle one last time before retirement, when she won the Group 2 Warwick Stakes (2015).

"She will be remembered as one of Australia’s best ever mares, recording an ATC Oaks victory by 10L when defeating Dear Demi, as well as recording eight Group 1 placings, beaten less than a half length on five of those occasions."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Unbeaten in New Zealand as a 2 and 3YO, Sacred Falls had a six-win streak that included the Group 2 Hawke’s Bay Guineas (2012) and the Group 1 New Zealand 2000 Guineas (2012).

Following this, he was transferred to Chris Wallers stable, where his incredible form continued, where he took out the Group 1 Doncaster Mile in 2013 and 2014. He continued to defend his dominance of the Randwick mile into the next season, winning the Group 1 George Main Stakes (2014)

"He had a wonderful temperament and a really engaging personality and all the staff here just love him."

-Mark Chittick, Waikato Stud

Sacred Falls

Unbeaten in New Zealand as a 2 and 3YO, Sacred Falls had a six-win streak that included the Group 2 Hawke’s Bay Guineas (2012) and the Group 1 New Zealand 2000 Guineas (2012).

Following this, he was transferred to Chris Wallers stable, where his incredible form continued, where he took out the Group 1 Doncaster Mile in 2013 and 2014. He continued to defend his dominance of the Randwick mile into the next season, winning the Group 1 George Main Stakes (2014)

"He had a wonderful temperament and a really engaging personality and all the staff here just love him."

-Mark Chittick, Waikato Stud

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Shillelagh worked hard to earn her position within the Chris Waller Stable of Stars, with eight wins to her name, two of which, were at Group 1 Level.

This two-time Group 1 winning mare secured her victories in the VRC Cantala Stakes (2017) and the VRC Empire Rose Stakes (2018).

"She’s pretty good winning two time-honoured Group One mile races here at Flemington and she was pretty good in an Epsom and her run in the Toorak was pretty good from a long way back."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Shillelagh

Shillelagh worked hard to earn her position within the Chris Waller Stable of Stars, with eight wins to her name, two of which, were at Group 1 Level.

This two-time Group 1 winning mare secured her victories in the VRC Cantala Stakes (2017) and the VRC Empire Rose Stakes (2018).

"She’s pretty good winning two time-honoured Group One mile races here at Flemington and she was pretty good in an Epsom and her run in the Toorak was pretty good from a long way back."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Classy sprinter Shellscrape began his career strongly as a 3YO, winning the Group 3 San Domenico Stakes and the Group 2 Roman Consul Stakes in the Spring of 2009.

His greatest triumph before retiring to stud, was winning the Group 1 Galaxy Stakes (2010) at Randwick during the Sydney Autumn Carnival.

"He was a start of a great association of the Grimish’s who have been good supporters of the stable since. A very good sprinter."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Shellscrape

Classy sprinter Shellscrape began his career strongly as a 3YO, winning the Group 3 San Domenico Stakes and the Group 2 Roman Consul Stakes in the Spring of 2009.

His greatest triumph before retiring to stud, was winning the Group 1 Galaxy Stakes (2010) at Randwick during the Sydney Autumn Carnival.

"He was a start of a great association of the Grimish’s who have been good supporters of the stable since. A very good sprinter."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Shoot Out won a myriad of group races, beginning with the Group 2 QTC Sires Produce Stakes (2009). The following year he won the Randwick Guineas (2010) and the Australian Derby (2010) under the guidance of John Wallace.

After a stable transfer to Chris Waller, the Group 1 Victories continued, which saw Shoot Out going Back-to-back in 2012 and 2013 Chipping Norton Stakes and George Maines Stakes (2012)

"He was a very good horse. I can only take claim for the second part of his career but prior to coming to me he was a superstar. I was lucky enough to be involved with him at the end of his career."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Shoot Out

Shoot Out won a myriad of group races, beginning with the Group 2 QTC Sires Produce Stakes (2009). The following year he won the Randwick Guineas (2010) and the Australian Derby (2010) under the guidance of John Wallace.

After a stable transfer to Chris Waller, the Group 1 Victories continued, which saw Shoot Out going Back-to-back in 2012 and 2013 Chipping Norton Stakes and George Maines Stakes (2012)

"He was a very good horse. I can only take claim for the second part of his career but prior to coming to me he was a superstar. I was lucky enough to be involved with him at the end of his career."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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The European import, Shraaoh brought glory to his stable and a career best in the 2019 Spring Carnival. Shraaoh managed to hold down challengers to win the Group 1 $2 million Schweppes Sydney Cup.

A momentous occasion in his career, with just three other wins at a restricted level.

"He is a good horse, he's certainly a good stayer and it was a deserved win (Sydney Cup) as he has been racing consistently."

-Jay Ford, Jockey

Shraaoh

The European import, Shraaoh brought glory to his stable and a career best in the 2019 Spring Carnival. Shraaoh managed to hold down challengers to win the Group 1 $2 million Schweppes Sydney Cup.

A momentous occasion in his career, with just three other wins at a restricted level.

"He is a good horse, he's certainly a good stayer and it was a deserved win (Sydney Cup) as he has been racing consistently."

-Jay Ford, Jockey

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Stand To Gain enjoyed a lengthy career, spanning over 8 years. Originally from Europe, he was brought to Australia as a staying prospect.

His ability to perform extremely well in wet conditions, was put on display when he thundered home to win the Group 1 Sydney Cup (2011) on a heavy track.

"Stand to Gain was the right horse for the day. He has been set for this race for a long time, he’s a Group 1 two-miler on a wet track."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Stand To Gain

Stand To Gain enjoyed a lengthy career, spanning over 8 years. Originally from Europe, he was brought to Australia as a staying prospect.

His ability to perform extremely well in wet conditions, was put on display when he thundered home to win the Group 1 Sydney Cup (2011) on a heavy track.

"Stand to Gain was the right horse for the day. He has been set for this race for a long time, he’s a Group 1 two-miler on a wet track."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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This sensational colt rose to stardom when he rapidly compiled five Group 1 victories ranging from 1400m to 2000m in just nine months.

As a 2YO, he won the Group 1 BRC JJ Atkins (2018) before going on to be the only horse in history to win the Caulfield (2018), Randwick (2019), and Rosehill Guineas (2019).

"This colt has the ability to be anything. He ticks all the boxes. He’s unlucky not to be unbeaten, he has the best attitude, best looks, best athleticism — he is the perfect model for a racehorse."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

The Autumn Sun

This sensational colt rose to stardom when he rapidly compiled five Group 1 victories ranging from 1400m to 2000m in just nine months.

As a 2YO, he won the Group 1 BRC JJ Atkins (2018) before going on to be the only horse in history to win the Caulfield (2018), Randwick (2019), and Rosehill Guineas (2019).

"This colt has the ability to be anything. He ticks all the boxes. He’s unlucky not to be unbeaten, he has the best attitude, best looks, best athleticism — he is the perfect model for a racehorse."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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The Verminator’s career began slowly, however, his 4YO career proved to be extremely fruitful, winning five times over staying distances.

The spring of 2011 saw The Verminator victorious in the Listed Wyong Cup, which he followed up with a dominating win in the Group 1 Metropolitan Handicap (2011) at Royal Randwick.

"A later maturing horse who didn’t show us much ability until he was four and then went through his grades in one preparation including winning The Metropolitan. A tough little horse."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

The Verminator

The Verminator’s career began slowly, however, his 4YO career proved to be extremely fruitful, winning five times over staying distances.

The spring of 2011 saw The Verminator victorious in the Listed Wyong Cup, which he followed up with a dominating win in the Group 1 Metropolitan Handicap (2011) at Royal Randwick.

"A later maturing horse who didn’t show us much ability until he was four and then went through his grades in one preparation including winning The Metropolitan. A tough little horse."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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The daughter of Tavistock, Toffee Tongue has commenced her career with great gusto. The filly had been runner-up at her four starts before breaking her maiden in style in the Group 1 Australasian Oaks at Morphettville in the Autumn of 2020.
"It’s great to get the Group One with her. She has got the breeding to be a really good horse." - Chris Waller, Trainer

Toffee Tongue

The daughter of Tavistock, Toffee Tongue has commenced her career with great gusto. The filly had been runner-up at her four starts before breaking her maiden in style in the Group 1 Australasian Oaks at Morphettville in the Autumn of 2020.
"It’s great to get the Group One with her. She has got the breeding to be a really good horse." - Chris Waller, Trainer

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Unforgotten has had a stellar career to date, winning three restricted races before coming into true form beating the colts in the Group 2 ATC Phar Lap Stakes.

Unforgotten went on to win the Group 1 ATC Australian Oaks during the 2018 Autumn Carnival. She has since added another black type race to her scorecard, when she thundered home to win the Group 2 Chelmsford Stakes (2018).

"She just looks magnificent, it’s lovely to be back on her. She put the writing on the wall when she won the ATC Oaks here in the autumn, the world is her oyster."

-Hugh Bowman, Jockey

Unforgotten

Unforgotten has had a stellar career to date, winning three restricted races before coming into true form beating the colts in the Group 2 ATC Phar Lap Stakes.

Unforgotten went on to win the Group 1 ATC Australian Oaks during the 2018 Autumn Carnival. She has since added another black type race to her scorecard, when she thundered home to win the Group 2 Chelmsford Stakes (2018).

"She just looks magnificent, it’s lovely to be back on her. She put the writing on the wall when she won the ATC Oaks here in the autumn, the world is her oyster."

-Hugh Bowman, Jockey

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Winning on debut as a 2YO, Vanbrugh established early on that he was a horse with considerable ability. As a 3YO, he went on to claim a career best in the Group 1 Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes (2015).

Vanbrugh’s success continued into his 4YO career, with further Group race dominance during the 2016 Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival, where he won the Group 3 MRC Coongy Handicap (2016).

"He is a great type from a high class family and a Group One winning son of a champion sire (Encosta de Lago)."

- Rodney Schick, Windsor Park Stud

Vanbrugh

Winning on debut as a 2YO, Vanbrugh established early on that he was a horse with considerable ability. As a 3YO, he went on to claim a career best in the Group 1 Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes (2015).

Vanbrugh’s success continued into his 4YO career, with further Group race dominance during the 2016 Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival, where he won the Group 3 MRC Coongy Handicap (2016).

"He is a great type from a high class family and a Group One winning son of a champion sire (Encosta de Lago)."

- Rodney Schick, Windsor Park Stud

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This 4YO shone brightly throughout the 2019 Sydney Autumn Carnival, with two wins at Group 1 level; The Vinery Stud Stakes and the ATC Australian Oaks. During her 2020 Autumn campaign, Verry Elleegant confirmed her talent with two unlucky seconds in Group 1s Chipping Norton Stakes and Ranvet Stakes before taking home the win in the Group 1 Tancred Stakes. Most recently, she secured victory by a nose in the first Group 1 of the season, the Winx Stakes as well as taking out the 2020 Turnbull Stakes, followed by the time-honoured Caulfield Cup bringing her total number of Group 1 victories to six.
"She is an exceptional mare and I think the best is yet to come." - Chris Waller, Trainer

Verry Elleegant

This 4YO shone brightly throughout the 2019 Sydney Autumn Carnival, with two wins at Group 1 level; The Vinery Stud Stakes and the ATC Australian Oaks. During her 2020 Autumn campaign, Verry Elleegant confirmed her talent with two unlucky seconds in Group 1s Chipping Norton Stakes and Ranvet Stakes before taking home the win in the Group 1 Tancred Stakes. Most recently, she secured victory by a nose in the first Group 1 of the season, the Winx Stakes as well as taking out the 2020 Turnbull Stakes, followed by the time-honoured Caulfield Cup bringing her total number of Group 1 victories to six.
"She is an exceptional mare and I think the best is yet to come." - Chris Waller, Trainer

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Who Shot Thebarman arrived in Australia from New Zealand in 2014 a Group 1 Auckland Cup winner. From here, this popular stayer went on to amass more than $4.5 million in prize money, with 11 wins from 57 starts.

His record is extraordinary, competing in 4 x Melbourne Cups, 4 x BMWs, 3 x Moonee Valley Cups, 3 x Zipping Classics and 2 x Caulfield Cups. It was however, his fifth attempt in the Group 1 Schweppes Sydney Cup, where he achieved his most notable win of his career.

"There have been better stayers than Who Shot Thebarman but few can boast his toughness and resilience. Who Shot The Barman is racing’s ageless warrior."

- Ray Thomas, The Daily

Who Shot Thebarman

Who Shot Thebarman arrived in Australia from New Zealand in 2014 a Group 1 Auckland Cup winner. From here, this popular stayer went on to amass more than $4.5 million in prize money, with 11 wins from 57 starts.

His record is extraordinary, competing in 4 x Melbourne Cups, 4 x BMWs, 3 x Moonee Valley Cups, 3 x Zipping Classics and 2 x Caulfield Cups. It was however, his fifth attempt in the Group 1 Schweppes Sydney Cup, where he achieved his most notable win of his career.

"There have been better stayers than Who Shot Thebarman but few can boast his toughness and resilience. Who Shot The Barman is racing’s ageless warrior."

- Ray Thomas, The Daily

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Over four years the wonder mare Winx, won a staggering 33 consecutive races, 25 of which at Group 1 level. Winx’s prowess on the track saw her receive multiple awards for her incredible achievements.

Winx’s 25 Group 1 wins include: 4 x Cox Plates (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), 4 x Chipping Norton Stakes (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019), 4 x George Ryder Stakes (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019), 4 x Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2017, 2018, 2019), 3 x George Main Stakes (2016, 2017, 2018) and 2 x Turnbull Stakes (2017, 2018), plus a Doncaster Mile (2016), Caulfield Stakes (2016), Epsom Handicap (2015), Winx Stakes (2018) and Queensland Oaks (2015).

"What a lot of people don’t know about Winx, is her determination - that is what makes her a great racehorse"

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Winx

Over four years the wonder mare Winx, won a staggering 33 consecutive races, 25 of which at Group 1 level. Winx’s prowess on the track saw her receive multiple awards for her incredible achievements.

Winx’s 25 Group 1 wins include: 4 x Cox Plates (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018), 4 x Chipping Norton Stakes (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019), 4 x George Ryder Stakes (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019), 4 x Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2017, 2018, 2019), 3 x George Main Stakes (2016, 2017, 2018) and 2 x Turnbull Stakes (2017, 2018), plus a Doncaster Mile (2016), Caulfield Stakes (2016), Epsom Handicap (2015), Winx Stakes (2018) and Queensland Oaks (2015).

"What a lot of people don’t know about Winx, is her determination - that is what makes her a great racehorse"

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Youngstar took gallant strides in just one preparation, exceeding all expectations with her astonishing improvement. From winning a maiden in Hawkesbury, Youngster went on to be victorious in the Group 2 BRC The Roses (2018) and then a career best, in the Group 1 BRC Queensland Oaks (2018).

"It took a while for her to find her feet. Waller picked that out in her and told us not to give up on her. In one of her first starts at Canterbury she finished fourth out of four and he said 'you have something special here'."

- Jack Sheather, Owner & Breeder of Youngstar

Youngstar

Youngstar took gallant strides in just one preparation, exceeding all expectations with her astonishing improvement. From winning a maiden in Hawkesbury, Youngster went on to be victorious in the Group 2 BRC The Roses (2018) and then a career best, in the Group 1 BRC Queensland Oaks (2018).

"It took a while for her to find her feet. Waller picked that out in her and told us not to give up on her. In one of her first starts at Canterbury she finished fourth out of four and he said 'you have something special here'."

- Jack Sheather, Owner & Breeder of Youngstar

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Zoustar started his racing career with a bang. An incredible effort as a 2YO saw him win his first two starts in Sydney before heading to Brisbane and winning the Group 2 Sires’ Produce Stakes.

As a 3YO he simply improved, storming home to victory in two Group 1s, the Golden Rose and the Coolmore Stud Stakes.

"His ability, attitude and physical attributes as well as his temperament make him a tremendously special horse to me."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

Zoustar

Zoustar started his racing career with a bang. An incredible effort as a 2YO saw him win his first two starts in Sydney before heading to Brisbane and winning the Group 2 Sires’ Produce Stakes.

As a 3YO he simply improved, storming home to victory in two Group 1s, the Golden Rose and the Coolmore Stud Stakes.

"His ability, attitude and physical attributes as well as his temperament make him a tremendously special horse to me."

- Chris Waller, Trainer

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Triple Honour

Albert The Fat

Amicus

Beaten Up

Boban

Brazen Beau

Come Play With Me

Comin’ Through

D’Argento

Danleigh

Delectation

Egg Tart

Foreteller

Foxplay

Funstar

Good Project

Grand Marshal

Hawkspur

He’s Your Man

Invincibella

Japonisme

Kermadec

Kings Will Dream

Kolding

Metal Bender

Moriarty

My Kingdom of Fife

Nature Strip

Opinion

Patrick Erin

Preferment

Pressday

Press Statement

Red Tracer

Reliable Man

Rangirangdoo

Royal Descent

Sacred Falls

Shillelagh

Shellscrape

Shoot Out

Shraaoh

Stand To Gain

The Autumn Sun

The Verminator

Toffee Tongue

Unforgotten

Vanbrugh

Verry Elleegant

Who Shot Thebarman

Winx

Youngstar

Zoustar