In a move that has angered some racing fans Group One winner Humidor will again be on the move to another stable with the multiple G1 winner to be trained by Chris Waller.
Humidor who is currently in WA racing for Lindsey Smith will make the move back to the East to be trained by Sydney’s leading trainer Chris Waller marking the horses sixth trainer in his 42 start career.
Current trainer Lindsey Smith had indicated that the horse would need to win or at least place on the weekend in the Strickland Stakes to continue his racing career in his stable although Humidor ran a credible fifth in the race behind Material Man.
Connections however have opted to move the horse to another stable rather than retire the galloper who has amassed over $4million in earnings.
Humidor’s last win is nearing on two years ago when he won the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield in September 2018.
The news has sparked some backlash on social media with fans calling it a greedy move by connections.
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