Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) September 23, 2012
Dynamic Syndications and Chris Waller will combine to race a Commands – Making Fey filly from his Rosehill stables.
Chris has recently won the Sydney training premiership for a second consecutive season with 124.5 winners.
He had a total of 172.5 winners for the 2011-12 season and was crowned NSW’s leading trainer.
Chris also added the Metropolitan winner’s premiership to his other titles with 131.5 wins and amassed over $10m in prize money.
Since arriving in Australia in 2000 he has improved his tally of winners every season and is now Sydney’s premier trainer.
Chris has already produced 26.5 total wins and 23 metropolitan race victories in only a month of racing in the 2012-13 season.
He has currently trained a total of 77 Black Type victories and 147 stakes placed thoroughbreds including 16 Gr1 winners.
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Chris Waller and Dynamic Syndications have built up a strong relationship and have been racing horses together since 2006.
Dynamic have had plenty of success with Chris Waller including victory in the Gr2 Villiers Stakes with Honor in War.
This success has continued with Chris producing numerous individual winners for Dynamic and their clients.
We have already successfully syndicated three (3) horses this year with Chris including an Encosta De Lago filly that is a full sister to Gr1 winner and Hong Kong staying champion, Liberator.
More information on this past syndication can be found at
Dynamic Syndications are currently offering a filly to be trained by Chris in a twenty (20) share partnership with full owner’s privileges for $9,900 per share.
This Commands – Making Fey filly is bred on the Commands/Zabeel cross rated an A+++, the highest possible rating.
The exact cross has produced four (4) stakes winners including Gr1 winner Purple, Gr2 winners Rain Affair and Altar and LR winner Royal Commands as well as promising 3yo Commanding Jewel.
The share price includes: Fall of hammer price, GST, acquisition costs, insurance, holding costs, horse husbandry, education, registration, establishment and legal costs.
Conformationally she is very athletic, stand over good ground, has a good length of reign, good angulations to pasterns and shoulders, good width of jaw, deep girth, strong hindquarter and an excellent overstep.
For more information on the Commands – Making Fey filly, please visit Dynamic Syndications website.