Trainer E.G. Boland
Holds an unwanted record as the shortest priced favourite beaten in a race in the Brisbane metropolitan area. He started 1-10 when second to Vivaris in the 1968 Hopeful Stakes at Eagle Farm. He was beaten so often as favourite bookmakers joked they would build a monument to him. To make matters worse he won three city races at double figure odds including a Doomben Flying at 33-1. Never-the-less on his day he was a smart galloper winning three two-year-olds including the Sapling Stakes and was good enough to run in the Sydney autumn juvenile races. Todmaster was part of Lester Piggott’s treble at Eagle Farm in 1969.