Andrew Dale Racing’s Hall of Fame takes a look at some of the best horses that have ran for the stable. To qualify for the Hall of Fame, a horse must had won over $100,000 in prizemoney, taken out a country cup or feature race, or had won at metropolitan level on multiple occasions.
Little Red Devil
Postponed x Kate Cross
The Devil joined ADR racing from the powerful Darren Weir stable after the existing owners suggested a move to an easier racing durastiction . Little Red Devil went on to win the time honoured Towong Cup and Berrigan Cups along with Creighton Cup at Wagga before running second in the Narrandera Cup that year.
He amassed a total of $ 164, 212 in prizemoney from 74 starts with 10 victories.
Don Eduardo x Carluke
Lautaro’s career may have been cut short by injury but at his best, he was hard to stop. The son of Don Eduardo showed his value when he won the $150,000 2017 SDRA Country Championships Qualifier at Albury which then sent him to the final at Randwick where he would finish mid-field.
Lautaro won $149,777 in prizemoney from his six wins and eight placings from 30 starts.
Crowded House x Falvette
Parliament was a stable favourite and a good, honest country horse. He arrived at ADR in 2019 and made an immediate impact winning four of his first five starts for the stable. He took out 2019’s Cootamundra Cup and would win another three races before being retired in 2021.
Parliament took out eight races and placed on six occasions from 36 starts to reel in $133,675 of prizemoney.
Jeune x Tennessee Robyn
Shelbyville had a journey of a career, starting with Ciaron Maher and went to another two stables before finding his home at ADR. The son of Jeune ran 50 of his 91 starts for the stable, winning nine races throughout his career for $142,334 worth of prizemoney.
Reliable Man x Fifth Avenue
Chairman’s Choice has been an outstanding acquisition since arriving at ADR in 2021. The stunning grey has won five of his nine victories under the care of ADR and is still racing well as an eight-year-old.
Earnings: $207,310(thus far)
Lope de Vega x Funzero
Garros has been a outstanding addition to the team since joining in mid-2022. The middle-distance specialist has won six of his 11 races under the tutorlage of ADR. At nine-years-old he’s showing no signs of slowing down.
Earnings: $222,190 (thus far)