|Region:||South East Queensland|
Jack Kahl was a leading central Queensland trainer and moved to Brisbane during WWI where he top trainer four times. His first really good horse, Lord Vindex, put him on the map when he won several feature races in 1916. Kahl went on to train more than 400 winners in Brisbane alone. When he died in 1948 he was rated among Australia's best horsemen.
His best horses included Leneffe (Stradbroke Handicap, AJC Challenge Stakes, Brisbane Handicap, National Plate, Ascot Handicap), St Valeroy (Brisbane Cup ), Lord Vindex (QTC Sires'), Symposium (QTC Derby), Golden Sunset (Brisbane Cup), La Neive (Stanley Pate, Kings Plate, Spring Stakes), Earl Kitchener (Queensland Cup , QTC St Leger), Sun King (Queensland Cup), Bachelor of Arts (Queensland Cup), Peter the Painter (Queensland Cup), Monash Valley (Claret Stakes), Monash Star (Ascot Handicap), Colleague (Ascot Handicap), Arboreal (Queensland Cup) and Taupo (QTC Guineas).