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  • Tshahitsi wins Listed John Dillon Stakes

    Tshahitsi wins Listed John Dillon Stakes

    Options in Melbourne and at home in Tasmania remain open for tough gelding Tshahitsi after his front-running win in the ... Read More

  • Standish shot for Tshahitsi

    Standish shot for Tshahitsi

    Tasmanian galloper Tshahitsi’s fond relationship with Flemington will be tested on Monday when he tackles the ... Read More

  • Heading in the Right Direction

    Heading in the Right Direction

    A first starter showed he could become a more than capable galloper by overcoming difficulties to score a brave win at ... Read More

  • Trusted Warrior making his mark

    Trusted Warrior making his mark

    TRUSTED WARRIOR showed a lot of potential as a two-year-old but he was always going to need time before he showed his ... Read More

  • Spreyton double for training duo

    Spreyton double for training duo

    QUALITY Tasmanian sprinter Tshahitsi may have had his colours lowered in a race at Flemington last Saturday but two of ... Read More

  • Emphatic win delays Tshahitsi’s return to Tasmania

    Emphatic win delays Tshahitsi’s return to Tasmania

    THE connections of talented Tasmanian sprinter Tshahitsi have aborted plans to bring the horse home after he scored an ... Read More

  • Top jockey hoping to make weight for Tshahitsi at Flemington

    Top jockey hoping to make weight for Tshahitsi at Flemington

    Premier jockey Brendon McCoull is trying to get down to his lightest riding weight for more than a year to partner ... Read More

  • Tasmanian tourists take home Echuca Cup

    Tasmanian tourists take home Echuca Cup

    There would be no miracle repeat following Daryl Archard’s first Echuca Cup win in 2016.
    The 2017 Echuca Cup ... Read More

  • Tsahitsi takes Cup for Tassie

    Tsahitsi takes Cup for Tassie

    The Echuca Cup will cross Bass Strait after Tasmanian gelding Tsahitsi out-toughed his rivals to capture Sunday’s ... Read More

  • It is a two-horse race to be named Tasmania’s best

    It is a two-horse race to be named Tasmania’s best

    TWO months ago the favourite to take out the Tasmanian Horse of the Year title was the well-performed sprinter Hellova ... Read More

  • Tassie Tsha Hits rivals for six at HQ

    Tassie Tsha Hits rivals for six at HQ

    Tasmanian galloper Tshahitsi provided jockey Brendon McCoull and co-trainers Chris Crook and Imogen Miller with a first ... Read More

  • Tasmanian tourists take home Echuca Cup

    Tasmanian tourists take home Echuca Cup

    THERE would be no miracle repeat following Daryl Archard’s first Echuca Cup win in 2016.
    The 2017 Echuca Cup – ... Read More

  • Tshahitsi gives Miller her first winner as a trainer

    Tshahitsi gives Miller her first winner as a trainer

    LIGHTLY raced three-year-old Tshahitsi looks set for a bright future given the ease with which the gelding dispensed ... Read More

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Christine Crook and Imogen Miller commenced their training partnership in 2015, and they haven't looked back. Based in Campania in Tasmania, approximately thirty minutes outside of Hobart, the pair have established an operation that combines world class facilities and an environment that is best described as horse heaven. Set on 100 acres of purpose built thoroughbred facilities Christine and Imogen have a 1400m sand track, a undulating hill track, first class swimming pool and have access to the famous 7-mile beach. In addition, just a short drive down the road is access to quality grass gallops at the nearby Hobart racecourse. A combination of on-site facilities, access to the soft sand and salt water at the beach and the Hobart course proper proved the training partnership with everything they need to deliver a high class training operation.

Imogen's passion is the satisfaction of preparing a horse and then watching them put it all together with a win - 'a great thrill' as simply put by Imogen. The team recently made the trip over to the mainland and picked up the Listed Vic Country Championship with Tshahitsi. This was a huge thrill for Christine as she bred the horse herself and a real thrill for the team as it not only proved they can mix it with the best in but also put the processes in pace to allow them to successfully travel their horses in search of the bigger prize money.

The Tasmanians currently have a team of 20 horses , an ideal number to ensure each individual gets the required amount of attention to ensure they are trained to their needs and cared for to enable them to fulfil the best of their ability. Imogen makes a point that they tailor each horse's training to suit that particular individual and can keep a very close eye on the progress of each thoroughbred, making necessary changes to their training regime as required along the way.

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Horses Currently Available

Three Clouds

Three Clouds

2 year old Bay Filly

Sire: Mawingo Dam: Gypsy Trois

Purchased from the Magic Millions sale in Tasmania.
Shares are currently available from 2.5% @ $425. 

Upcoming Runners

Horse Date Race Track Fields/Form
Nominations
Miss Eleanor Dec 14 3 Hobart Field

Recent Winners

Horse Date Race Margin Jockey
Criterium Dec 05, 2018 4 - Launceston 0.50 B Muhcu
Iron Throne Nov 17, 2018 1 - Hobart 0.10 B Mc Coull
Special Moment Oct 20, 2018 6 - Hobart 0.50 Ismail Toker
Trusted Warrior Oct 20, 2018 8 - Hobart 3.30 B Mc Coull
Trusted Warrior Sep 30, 2018 8 - Hobart 1.30 B Mc Coull
Qui Samer Jul 22, 2018 6 - Hobart 1.50 B Mc Coull
Qui Samer Jun 24, 2018 5 - Hobart 4.80 C Newitt
Miss Eleanor May 27, 2018 1 - Hobart 0.50 B Mc Coull
Tshahitsi Jan 27, 2018 8 - Caulfield 0.80 B Mc Coull
Jacques Dec 20, 2017 4 - Launceston 0.20 B Mc Coull
Argillite Oct 11, 2017 5 - Launceston 1.00 B Mc Coull
Tshahitsi Jul 08, 2017 7 - Flemington 0.20 B Mc Coull
Trusted Warrior Jul 02, 2017 8 - Launceston 3.30 B Mc Coull
Argillite Jun 24, 2017 4 - Devonport Synthetic 0.10 B Muhcu
Jacques Jun 24, 2017 8 - Devonport Synthetic 0.30 T Baker