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WELCOME TO SHEA EDEN RACING
Shea Eden Racing is situated in the historic township of Corinella, over an hours drive from Melbourne or 35 minutes south from Cranbourne.
Shea and his partner Miranda have their own 37 acre property with a 1200m sandtrack and they utilize nearby Coronet Bay beach on a regular basis where they can make full use of the 2000m working surface. To accomodate the growing number of horses Shea has taken up a lease on a property adjacent to his current stables and Shea himself built the stables and many of the other facilities there. By having the use of an additional property Shea will be able to stable the racehorses and pre-trainers seperately.
Shea is not from a racing background, a builder by trade, however, it was his love of horses and growing up on a beef farm in Bass that saw him take out his picnic licence at age 28 and in that 2 year period on the picnic circuit Shea was crowned Trainer of the year, both at Balnarring and Woolamai. He also trained a Woolamai and Omeo Cup winner. Two and a half years ago he made the decision to trade in his tools for good and become a professional horse trainer, he has not looked back.
In the time of training professionally, Shea has enjoyed success both in the metropolitan and country areas of Victoria; Flyingconi has done the stable proud by notching up 3 wins in the metropolitan area, Zellindi, already a metro winner at age 2 looks to be an exciting prospect for the stable in the coming months along with all the untried babies that Shea has personally picked out at the past yearling sales Australia wide. It's of no surprise that the racing industry and owners alike are taking notice of the talent that Shea has displayed to date. Together with Miranda, sons Riley and Blake and daughter Indiana, the future is certainly looking bright for this already successful family run business.
We invite you to browse through our website and learn more about Shea Eden racing.
|Bedouin Express||Mar 18, 2014||7||Wangaratta||Field|
|To Infinity||Mar 18, 2014||8||Wangaratta||Field|
|Flametree Of Thika||Apr 19, 2014||3||Royal Randwick||Field|
|Anyways Rosie||Mar 13, 2014||5||Werribee||Field|
|Beau Dash||Mar 13, 2014||8||Werribee||Field|
|Anyways Rosie||Mar 14, 2014||3||Moonee Valley||Field|
|Beau Dash||Mar 14, 2014||4||Moonee Valley||Field|
|Villainous Vixen||Mar 14, 2014||7||Moonee Valley||Field|
|Anyways Rosie||Mar 15, 2014||2||Bendigo||Field|
|Artemisia||Mar 15, 2014||3||Geelong||Field|
|Artemisia||Mar 15, 2014||6||Geelong||Field|
|Beau Dash||Mar 16, 2014||7||Yarra Glen||Field|
|Persinette||Mar 7, 2014||5 - Cranbourne||58.50||7.0||V Duric|
|Beau Dash||Mar 2, 2014||6 - Bairnsdale||58.50||0.8||I Gundogdu|
|To Infinity||Feb 23, 2014||7 - Kilmore||60.00||0.2||B Rawiller|
|Anyways Rosie||Feb 9, 2014||1 - Pakenham||56||1.8||I Gundogdu|
|Villainous Vixen||Jan 26, 2014||7 - Yarra Glen||59||2.0||I Gundogdu|
|Persinette||Jan 16, 2014||2 - Sale||58||1.8||V Duric|
|Bedouin Express||Jan 12, 2014||6 - Werribee||59.5||0.8||Chris Symons|
|The Dylan||Jan 4, 2014||2 - Bairnsdale||58||0.2||Dean Holland|
|Projects||Nov 3, 2013||8 - Mornington||58.00||0.2||V Duric|
|Projects||Oct 20, 2013||5 - Seymour||59||1.5||V Duric|
|Villainous Vixen||9||Mar 9, 2014||8 - Stony Creek||56||6.7||I Gundogdu|
|Bedouin Express||7||Mar 9, 2014||7 - Stony Creek||61.00||9.3||B Higgins|
|Persinette||1||Mar 7, 2014||5 - Cranbourne||58.50||7.0||V Duric|
|The Zero||6||Mar 6, 2014||6 - Geelong||58.50||4.5||I Gundogdu|
|Artemisia||6||Mar 2, 2014||3 - Bairnsdale||56.00||2.4||D Adam|
|Beau Dash||1||Mar 2, 2014||6 - Bairnsdale||58.50||0.8||I Gundogdu|
|Anyways Rosie||12||Feb 26, 2014||6 - Sandown-Lakeside||59.50||5.4||H Coffey|
|Bedouin Express||11||Feb 26, 2014||8 - Sandown-Lakeside||58.50||6.2||Dean Holland|
|To Infinity||1||Feb 23, 2014||7 - Kilmore||60.00||0.2||B Rawiller|
|Flametree Of Thika||12||Feb 22, 2014||4 - Caulfield||55.5||13.6||R Mc Leod|
The striking black "To Infinity" showed some class on Sunday at Kilmore to overcome his rivals over 1600m. Racing in his typical fashion, Brad Rawiller gave him a daring ride to...
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