Matt Jones and AAP Chris Waller has always maintained Catkins is as good as his former group 1-winning mare Red Tracer, and this preparation she will get the chance to prove that after she toyed with her Sheraco Stakes...
Chris Roots Chris Waller reckons He's Your Man has the turn of foot to win a group 1, but which one is not a decision for race day.
Chris Roots Chris Waller keeps setting new marks. This time it was the first six home in Saturday's Chelmsford Stakes but it was the magic of Jim Cassidy that handed Hawkspur a second consecutive win in the...
Adam Pengilly and Matt Jones Trainer Chris Waller was croaky and nearly mute but unbeaten filly Winx made all the noise for him after lowering Earthquake's colours in the group 2 Furious Stakes.
Adam Pengilly Chris Waller trained a record-breaking fourth Wyong Gold Cup winner in the space of five years as The Metropolitan-bound Multilateral sped to victory in the provincial feature on Friday.
Chris Roots Chris Waller said it would have been embarrassing not to have won a race where he had five of the eight runners but he still left punters shaking their heads as favourite Beyond Thankful flopped.
Caryl Williamson Leading trainers Chris Waller, Joe Pride and Gai Waterhouse have thrown their support behind the Wyong Gold Cup with multiple entries in the provincial feature.
Adam Pengilly Chris Waller still might not have the group-1 success he craves for the Inghams, but days like this training for the esteemed racing family might be every bit as special.
Chris Roots The strength of Chris Waller's middle-distance team for the spring will be on show in Saturday's Warwick Stakes at Randwick, but his Rosehill neighbour David Payne knows it only takes one horse to...
Chris Roots It is not in the Chris Waller international system to buy superstars from Europe but in Our Voodoo Prince they might have lucked on what could be a highest profile horse for the spring.
Adam Pengilly The spotlight will shine bright on the returns of the Doncaster quinella, but Chris Waller has warned against looking past the other two horses which delivered him the first four in the famous...
Adam Pengilly and Chris Roots Chris Waller donated his slice of Saigon Tea's win in the Randwick opener to the 4Tracks4Kids foundation in preparation for the October walk that will honour late jockey Nathan Berry.
Chris Roots Chris Waller will go to Randwick to enjoy having some stable stars in Boban, Weary and Hawkspur back at the races in the Missile Stakes on Saturday.
Max Presnell Chris Waller's multiple runners in most races is proving a turn-off for punters, particularly when his favourites get beat, only for a longer-priced stablemate to prevail.
Max Presnell Even the massive Darley operation going blue label to Godolphin does not promise to break the Chris Waller monopoly in Sydney, again emphasised by his 17 acceptors at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.
Caryl Willliamson The pursuit of his own Sydney training record is not something Chris Waller is dwelling on heading towards the end of the season.
Max Presnell The two-year-olds races could be where to play Chris Waller on Saturday, particularly at Flemington where Dupe 'Em runs in the Hong Kong Jockey Club Handicap.
Chris Roots While Chris Waller looks unlikely to break his own record for metropolitan winners in a season he still managed a winning double at Rosehill on Saturday.
Chris Roots When Brisbane horseman Alan Bailey called time on his training career, Magic Bloodstock's Peter Tighe was left to look for another trainer and as with many others, Chris Waller become his man.
Max Presnell Royal Randwick on Saturday is again top heavy with Chris Waller and, hopefully, not too much dew, a recent problem producing a damp impact, despite a remarkably warm winter.