Sydney, NSW (PRWEB) January 27, 2013
Dynamic Syndications and Chris Waller will again combine to race two colts that have already proven they can run.
Chris has won the last two Sydney Training Premiership and leads this season on 91.5 wins, 54.5 wins ahead of his closest rival Gai Waterhouse who sits on 37 wins.
He had a total of 172.5 winners for the 2011-12 season and was crowned NSW’s leading trainer.
Since arriving in Australia in 2000 he has improved his tally of winners every season and is now Sydney’s premier trainer eclipsing the likes of Gai Waterhouse.
He has currently trained a total of 87 Black Type victories and 162 stakes placed thoroughbreds including 17 Gr1 winners.
More information on Chris Waller racing can be found by going to the website.
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 including the recent Inglis Bonus winner, SPECIFIC CHOICE who has now won over $200,000 from just 4 starts.
We have already been active at the sales in 2013 purchasing five well-bred yearlings, four of whom will be trained by Chris.
More information on our current syndications can be found at our [Share on Offer page.
Dynamic Syndications is offering up for syndication two colts that are ready to run who will be trained by Chris Waller.
Both colts are available in a twenty (20) share partnership with full owner’s privileges and are currently being prepared for the 2013 Sydney Autumn and Brisbane Winter carnival.
The first, a colt by ENCOSTA DE LAGO out of unraced Danehill mare PETTA GAYE, has only minimal shares remaining at $13,250 for a 5% share.
This colt breezed up in a sensational 10.67 at the New Zealand Ready to Run sale well inside the average of 10.85.
He is bred to be a genuine middle distance horse and the mare, Petta Gaye, has produced five to race for four individual winners.
The second, a colt by NORTHERN METEOR out of VILLA VALENCIA, a three quarter sister to stakes placed Parfumier is over 60% reserved with 5% share available for $9,750.
This colt has a family littered with black type and is a close relation to Dean Watt’s Gr1 Golden Slipper winner, Polar Success.
His pedigree suggests that he will be an early running 2yo and he breezed up in a sizzling 10.63 over the 200m short course at Te Rapa during the New Zealand Ready to Run Sale.
The share price includes: Fall of hammer price, GST, acquisition costs, insurance, holding costs, horse husbandry, education, registration, establishment and legal costs.
For more information on both colts, please visit the Dynamic Syndications website