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Offline PoisonPen7

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O.P. « 2010-Aug-28, 01:11 AM »
Probably deserves a thread.

As the 2010-2011 season starts, he is now 8 in front on the Sydney trainers premiership and looks like the up and coming trainer in the country.

Seems to have a good stock of stayers in the yard. Glyn Schofield is winning the jockeys premiership and has formed a good partnership with Waller.

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« 2010-Aug-28, 01:13 AM Reply #1 »
Sat 28th Aug @ Rosehill

 Chris Waller
Race 1  WE BETCHA Kody Nestor (a3)
Race 2  FIRST LOOK Hugh Bowman
Race 3  PAY AND PLAY Glyn Schofield
Race 3  OUR CANNAVARO (NZ) Kody Nestor (a3)
Race 5  SNOW ALERT Damien Oliver
Race 5  THE EMBASSY (NZ) Glyn Schofield
Race 8  KOSSACK (GB) Glyn Schofield
Race 8  CARNEGIES CRUZIN Hugh Bowman
Race 8  GIGINO (NZ) Brenton Avdulla (a1.5)

Jim Pike

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« 2010-Aug-28, 01:31 AM Reply #2 »
Couldn't go far wrong backing him in Sydney and Moody in Melbourne, would save a lot of time studying form wouldn't it??

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« 2010-Aug-28, 01:34 AM Reply #3 »
I'm starting to think that Jim. If he is going places, you could make a buck riding on his shirt tails.

Has a few in at Newcastle as well.

 Chris Waller
Race 2  WIGGLY GIRL (NZ) Timothy Bell (a2)
Race 5  SPEEDSKATER Jeff Penza
Race 6  OUR CORSA Jeff Penza
Race 7  LA HDOOD Chris O'Brien
Race 7  SPIRITED PRINCESS Jeff Penza

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« 2010-Aug-28, 01:38 AM Reply #4 »
funny it could be an illusion but he doesn't seem to do as well at the provincial meetings, or is it just that I pick the wrong ones??

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« 2010-Aug-28, 01:43 AM Reply #5 »
I think his b-graders go to the provincials. Unlike Bart, Gai and Pete Snowden who quite often send their good ones around at Kembla and Newcastle for experience early on in their careers.

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« 2010-Aug-28, 09:14 AM Reply #6 »
I have had some success backing Waller's horses over the last few months especially when Schofield is on board  8-)

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« 2010-Aug-28, 05:40 PM Reply #7 »


Chris Waller
Race 1WE BETCHAKody Nestor (a3)
Race 2FIRST LOOKHugh Bowman
Race 3PAY AND PLAYGlyn Schofield
Race 3OUR CANNAVARO (NZ)Kody Nestor (a3)
Race 5SNOW ALERTDamien Oliver
Race 5THE EMBASSY (NZ)Glyn Schofield
Race 8KOSSACK (GB)Glyn Schofield
Race 8CARNEGIES CRUZINHugh Bowman
Race 8GIGINO (NZ)Brenton Avdulla (a1.5)

FIRST LOOK 3rd $4.00 place
SNOW ALERT 1st $4.50/$2.00
GIGINO (NZ) 2nd $1.90 place

No placings at Newcastle

"I think his b-graders go to the provincials."  ;)

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« 2010-Nov-10, 10:51 PM Reply #8 »
One very lucky trainer ?

RACE 1: Lansdowne Handicap 1400m:
Trainer Mr C Waller informed Stewards that he had been advised at approximately 1 pm by a
stable foreperson in his employ, but currently interstate on leave, that American Crew had been
the subject of an administrative error in that, as a late nomination for this race, the gelding had
been routinely treated last Saturday with a view to racing this Saturday, 13 November 2010.
Acting on this advice, Stewards acceded to a request to withdraw American Crew at 1.11pm prior
to the commencement of betting. The matter was adjourned so that the stable employee can be
interviewed.
The start was delayed when Mossamine required farrier attention to the offside front
shoe. Druid jumped awkwardly. Lemieux was slow to begin.

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« 2010-Nov-10, 11:22 PM Reply #9 »
Will the foreperson get a bonus for ringing in time
or a bollocking for not leaving details when he started leave?

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« 2011-Jan-22, 11:07 AM Reply #10 »
Going for 21 consecutive Saturday winners today. Leads the Sydney Trainers premiership by 9 over Peter Snowden and 9.5 over Gai Waterhouse.

 Chris Waller
Race 1  MUTAWARATH (IRE) Glyn Schofield
Race 1  CARNEGIES CRUZIN Brenton Avdulla (a0)
Race 4  BANDAR Glyn Schofield
Race 5  ROSALEEN (IRE) Glyn Schofield
Race 7  SIKKA Glyn Schofield
Race 8  HAWK ISLAND (IRE) Joshua Parr

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« 2011-Jan-22, 11:18 AM Reply #11 »
Going for 21 consecutive Saturday winners today. Leads the Sydney Trainers premiership by 9 over Peter Snowden and 9.5 over Gai Waterhouse.

 Chris Waller
Race 1  MUTAWARATH (IRE) Glyn Schofield
Race 1  CARNEGIES CRUZIN Brenton Avdulla (a0)
Race 4  BANDAR Glyn Schofield
Race 5  ROSALEEN (IRE) Glyn Schofield
Race 7  SIKKA Glyn Schofield
Race 8  HAWK ISLAND (IRE) Joshua Parr

Didn't get one on Saturday December 25th from memory

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« 2011-Jan-22, 11:42 AM Reply #12 »
Isn't it consecutive Rosehill winners ?

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« 2011-Jan-22, 11:45 AM Reply #13 »
Yes, and today's going to put the record to the test.

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« 2011-Jan-22, 04:14 PM Reply #14 »
Yes, and today's going to put the record to the test.

No

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« 2011-Jan-22, 06:59 PM Reply #15 »
No

Actually  "yes".

Each day will and did, but his propects today weren't flash.

Well done to him for maintaining the run.  emthup


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« 2011-Jan-22, 08:03 PM Reply #16 »
He has had more than Double the number of runners that Gai has had and is only 10 in front of her, he has had nearly 100 runners more than Pete Snowden and again is only 11 in front of Pete, all great trainers but I have heard talk of world Records I would be amazed if T.J. Smith didn't have an infinitely better record especially if you restrict it to Randwick!! one year I think he trained 150 winners there couldn't have been many meetings where he didn't get a winner!
Let's hope Chris can Keep it going, it is Good for racing and good for punting turnover

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« 2011-Jan-22, 08:12 PM Reply #17 »
Jim

If TJ had done that, I reckon Tulloch Lodge would be all over it.

No one is saying he's a better, or more successful, trainer than Gai, or Snowden or TJ: it's just a quirky sort of record from which conclusions in respect of ability don't need to be drawn.

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« 2011-Jan-22, 08:32 PM Reply #18 »
why would they want to "be all over it"?? that would only make them look like bad sports and to what end?? I know no one is saying he is a better trainer and I hope he can keep it going for a long time yet, Just I doubt it is a record, don't think anyone has ever checked the records to even know what the record is, that is if those type of records were ever kept, never the less it is a Great effort for any trainer to keep winning that consistently whether it is a record or not

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« 2011-Jan-22, 08:35 PM Reply #19 »
Of couse they'd be all over it.

I would be.

"Hang on guys, I don't want to rain of Chris' parade, but TJ had 485 consecutive winners at Saturday Randwick meetings."

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« 2011-Jan-22, 09:16 PM Reply #20 »
Gai would never do that, the record is immaterial to her, her family have enough of them already, when Tommy had over 150 winners in a season an average of 3 winners every week when there were usually only 2 meetings per week, there were also less meetings than there are now? how many meetings do you reckon could have went by without him getting a winner??

Not really important any how, Waller's effort is still very good and is getting better each week

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« 2011-Feb-26, 10:03 AM Reply #21 »
What will it be after he wins the 1st race today...24 straight? Pressday has a good chance, and watch out for that horse in the last race at odds.

 Chris Waller
Race 1  GRIZZ (NZ) Brenton Avdulla
Race 1  TELESMON Glyn Schofield
Race 1  STAND TO GAIN (IRE) Josh Adams (a2)
Race 1  OUR CANNAVARO (NZ) SCRATCHED
Race 1  PATRICIAN'S GLORY (USA) Jessie Whipp (a3)
Race 1  WARRINGAH (GB) Tim Clark
Race 3  ROSALEEN (IRE) SCRATCHED
Race 3  STAND TO GAIN (IRE) SCRATCHED
Race 6  AMERICAN CREW Daniel Ganderton
Race 6  PRESSDAY Glyn Schofield
Race 7  MISS INDEPENDENT Daniel Ganderton
Race 7  SIKKA Glyn Schofield
Race 8  LITTLE SURFER GIRL Glyn Schofield

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« 2011-Feb-26, 10:39 AM Reply #22 »
All small fry stuff.


Doug Walters was saying the other night how he backed 3,000 winners in one year.  now that is a record  :lol:

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« 2011-Feb-26, 11:15 AM Reply #23 »
All small fry stuff.


Doug Walters was saying the other night how he backed 3,000 winners in one year.  now that is a record   :lol:  

And he ended up losing for the year as well    :lol:

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« 2011-Jul-03, 06:18 AM Reply #24 »
I cannot not find a Chris Waller thread but feel his achievements this season are worth respect.
Even the great John Size could not break the Crown Lodge-Tulloch Lodge domination of Sydney racing and at just 37 Waller has the world at his feet.


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