|Region:||South East Queensland|
Andy Tindall was a heavyweight jockey, who later became chief steward in Brisbane. He rode three of the first four QTC Oaks winners and was a noted judge of pace. He rode the champion Rising Fast in his first Australian win and as well as the brilliant Dhauligiri. They were two of his five wins in the J.H.S. Barnes Plate, a feature weight-for-age race in Brisbane. Tindall also rode the mighty Tulloch in a trackwork gallop at Ipswich. The photograph of the workout remains one of the most famous in Queensland racing.
Tindall's best wins included the Doomben 10,000 (Second Earl), QTC Oaks (Malt Maid, Lady Hannah, Mian Mir), QTC Derby (Regal Dignity), QTC Guineas (Kashmir), J.H.S. Barnes Plate (Spellman, Finito, Electro, Dhauligiri, Rising Fast,) P.J. O'Shea Stakes (Sunrise Ending), QTC St Leger (Mon Frere), QTC Ascot Handicap (Coniston), Healy Stakes (Second Earl), QTC Lightning (Second Earl), Brisbane Handicap (Regal Glance), Darling Downs Breeders' Stakes (Tiberius), Hopeful Stakes (Murray Tide), QTC Metropolitan (Elected) and Lonergan Stakes (Toi Port) and Cinderella Stakes (Maybe Girl).