Jamie Richards Proud of Work Ethic, Inspired by Chris Waller
TAREN POINT, New South Wales — Jamie Richards has spoken this week about top racehorse trainer Chris Waller as his wellspring of education and inspiration. He also gave a message about how proud he is of being a devoted racehorse trainer of high-performing racehorses.
The Kiwi trainer remarked that what formed his foundation to crosscheck his own racehorse training techniques is a nearly forensic and external analysis of Waller’s methods. Richards remarked that he used to spend a considerable amount of time going through how his role model was placing his runners.
He added that he studied the time his model trainer and his racehorses were trialling, the distance they were trialling, and how far their trials went apart. Moreover, Richards relayed that he observed the duration before Waller and his charges would head off to the competitions. He said that he has a pretty helpful guide on how Waller was hopefully performing it without being too knowledgeable about the stable.
Based on the update posted online by Australian horse betting news and information website Racenet, Richards has 28 Group Ones as the face of the blue and tangerine Te Akau Racing operation. This fact is courtesy of Probabeel, Melody Belle, and Avantage. Besides Richards’ stock to succeed as a trainer for the influential Te Akau Racing, he possesses a work ethic of which he affirmed he is proud.
At 1.45 AM, the racehorse trainer confirmed that he was already awake to be at the stable two hours before the other staff members do. Being the meticulous pupil of the racehorse training craft, he cited that it appears to be working when there are no people around, so he has merely carried on with this practice.
Richards said that, as a racehorse trainer, one has to concentrate and get the job performed well at the same time. Additionally, he remarked that, over the years, racing had been his priority. Probabeel’s racehorse trainer confirmed that he had not attended concerts, functions, gatherings, festivals, and so forth.
Furthermore, he relayed that he was always working in the morning at the stable through university. Richards added that he probably missed out on a few things that he would have preferred to have done. Nevertheless, the New Zealander racehorse trainer affirmed that he does not regret the sacrifices he had made as they all worked out well. Richards shared some of his plans for the future.
He cited that their group is certainly looking at campaigning racehorses in Australia. Plus, the racehorse trainer said that they are interested in having more representation in the country, yet the right racehorses should be the ones they should bring. At the moment, Richards also affirmed that they are relishing the travels for the carnivals. He remarked that they would carry on doing this activity in the immediate future.