News About Brian Mayfield-Smith

Shoot Out Scores Queensland Horse of the Year 2011

Shoot Out Scores Queensland Horse of the Year 2011

The John Wallace-trained Gold Coast galloper Shoot Out was on the weekend awarded with the 2010/11 Queensland Horse of the Year award, the multiple elite level champion taking out the honours for the second year in a row.

High Chaparral gelding Shoot Out, now five-years-old, beat the likes of Epsom Handicap winner Captain Sonador and Robert Heathcote’s well-performing Brisbane ...

Brian Mayfield Smith Ready For Raceday Return

Brian Mayfield Smith Ready For Raceday Return

He was the man who ended one of the greatest streaks in the history of Australian horse racing, only to give it all away a few years later.

When Brian Mayfield Smith won the trainers premiership in 1985/6 he ended a run of 33 consecutive premierships for the great Tommy Smith.

Mayfield Smith had over a hundred horses in work ...

Waller 99 Not Out

Waller 99 Not Out

Sydney trainer Chris Waller has moved within one race win of a notching up a century of Sydney winners for the first time.

Chris Waller is within reach of the historic 100 winners in a season mark

Waller went into Wednesday’s Warwick Farm meeting on 97 city winners, and moved to 99 after wins to Savannah River (Race One) and ...

Sydney Century Awaits Waller on Saturday

Sydney Century Awaits Waller on Saturday

One of Australia’s premier horseman, former Kiwi now Rosehill-based Chris Waller has a dozen chances at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday to become just the fifth trainer in history to prepare 100 or more Sydney winning gallopers in a single season.

Chris Waller is just a hat-trick off training 100 Sydney winners for the current season

Waller is just three victories ...

Unfinished Melbourne Cup Dream for Mayfield-Smith

Unfinished Melbourne Cup Dream for Mayfield-Smith

Astute horseman Brian Mayfield-Smith may be semi-retired, spending his days far from the hustle and bustle of the city, but the former Sydney Premiership winning trainer still holds hopes of one day winning the Melbourne Cup.

With the “begrudging” support of his wife Maree, the tough ex-stockman and bushie who said back in November of 2009 he would never ...