IT’S A HARD HITTING TEAM FOR THE ROGUES!

QLD Rogues trainers are ready to take on all “those trainers from down South”!

Just because the Rogues live in the sunshine, doesn’t mean it’s beach time. Every one of the QLD Rogues trainers are genuine competitors & would love to show those southerners the unbridled thrills of racing in the sunshine state.

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​IT’S A HARD HITTING TEAM FOR THE ROGUES!

QLD Rogues trainers are ready to take on all “those trainers from down South”!

Just because the Rogues live in the sunshine, doesn’t mean it’s beach time. Every one of the QLD Rogues trainers would love to show those southerners just what a tough bred QLD trainer can do.

Your Team

Everyone has always wanted to own a superbly bred Grey. This beauty of a Colt was one of the most talked about Yearlings leading into the draft, and the QLD Rogues were thrilled to secure him on their team. His sire Fastnet Rock was a 2 x Gr.1, Gr.2 and Gr.3 winner as a 3YO, and has now sired over 40 individual Group 1 winners.

A legend both on and off the track, Fastnet Rock continues to impress all in the industry with the types he produces, and this grey looks a champion in the making. Click here to learn more about this horse.

Sire Hellbent had four starts in Gr1’s never worse than fourth, and his form was impeccable in every G1 he contested. He was a winner of 7 races and won more than $900,000 in prizemoney, including the 2018 G1 William Reid Stakes (1200m) in near record time; second in the 2017 G1 William Reid Stakes (1200m) and third in the G1 Oakleigh Plate to Russian Revolution.

In-bred 3×3 to Green Desert, Hellbent is I Am Invincible’s fourth G1 winner and 29th Stakes winner and is out of Volksraad mare Volkaspray who is from the family of 1963 Golden Slipper winner Pago Pago. We can’t wait to see what this colt can do on the track. Click here to learn more about this horse.

By sire Flying Artie – Australia’s highest rated 3YO sprinter in 2016/17. An Exceptional Juvenile, Flying Artie won the G3 Blue Diamond Prelude defeating Star Turn, ran a tremendous Blue Diamond running 2nd to Extreme Choice, and ran 3rd in the G1 Golden Slipper. He won the Group 1 Stallion-Making Coolmore Stakes defeating the likes of Extreme Choice, Astern, Star Turn, and Russian Revolution.

He is the sire of Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes Winner Artorius, and is already the sire of 5 Australian Fire Crop Winners to Date. Click here to learn more about this horse.

I Am Invincible was an exceptional sprinter, having five wins at 1000 & 1100 metres and winning $270,050 in prizemoney. These included the Group III SAJC DC McKay Stakes, Listed MRC Sir John Monash Stakes and second to Takeover Target in the Group I SAJC Goodwood Handicap.

There is no denying that I Am Invincible is most notable for his success as a stallion, having sired more than 60 individual stakes winners. His progeny include the likes of Viddora, Loving Gaby, Brazen Beau and Voodoo Lad, all winners of numerous Gr. 1 races. He stands for a whopping service fee of $209,000, the most expensive stallion in Australia. The QLD Rogues will have a lot of fun with this impressively bred filly. Click here to learn more about this horse.

ROGUES TEAM TV

Player Profile: Fastnet Rock X Alice Island

Meet the horse called Kevin – Fastnet Rock X Alice Island. Purchased at Magic Millions Yearling Sale 2021

Owner Report: Hellbent X Fimatino

This filly takes it all in her stride. See her first impressions of the barriers. She’s a cool customer!

On the couch at Magic Millions

See the live trainer announcement and reactions for the QLD Rogues at Magic Millions in January 2021

Team: Rogues

State: Queensland

Colours: Maroon and white

Ambassador: Billy Slater

Manager: Steve Morley

What Is in a name?

Queensland champ Vo Rogue’s ‘catch me if you can’ tear way style of racing thrilled race fans around Australia for many years. This true legend of the turf and his knockabout trainer, ex-boxer (and rogue) Vic Rail, epitomised the Queensland fighting spirit.

Billy loves racing

As a former trackwork jockey for the Gai Waterhouse, Billy Slater is supremely qualified to lead (but not ride for) the Rogues and his beloved Queensland.
After losing the weight battle to become a jockey, his second career choice of rugby league player turned out pretty well. He played a remarkable 31 State of Origins, won The Dally M, 2 premierships, captained his “Mighty Maroons” and, for good measure was also voted the best player in the world in 2008.
Continuing his lifetime passion for the sport, Billy and his wife Nicole (who met at Pony Club) have now formed Slater Thoroughbreds.

Join Billy in the Queensland Rogues and let’s lead TRL from go to whoa!

Become an owner

Your Team’s Manager

The role of the team managers is to coordinate team owners key decision making processes. In doing so on behalf of team owners, managing draft selections, trade windows, selling decisions and trainer programming. Your team manager will liaise with TRL’s Head of Racing who as a form and data specialist will help your team manager in conjunction with their team owners maximise big race day outcomes.

TRL have employed managers on a requirement of possessing deep industry knowledge, experience and connections to trainers within their state as well as being individuals who have that burning competitiveness and desire to win the competition.

Steve Morley

Steve has been the manager of Queensland’s largest stud operation Glenlogan Park for the past 20 years. In doing so Steve has managed Glenlogan’s racing portfolio which has competed in and won some of Australia’s biggest races. Steve knows Queensland racing as well as anyone you can think of which gives The Rogues a massive leg up in their attempt to win TRL. Queenlander’s might also be pleased to hear that in terms of competitiveness, that winning desire within Steve burns like a Queensland scrub fire.