|Region:||South East Queensland|
A doyen of one of Queensland's most famous racing families, William Noud was a top professional runner before deciding to turn his hand to racehorse training in the late 1800s.
He was based at first Hawkesbury and then Randwick. Noud moved to Brisbane in 1900 and went on to be one of the all time great Brisbane trainers.
His best wins included the Stradbroke Handicap (Forge), Brisbane Cup (Plunder), QTC Derby (Flaxen, Koatanui, High Syce), QTC Sires' (Mountain Song), AJC Rawson Stakes (My Gavonni), Royal Stakes (Forge, Flaxen, Plunder), QTC St Leger (The Master, Fred Foote), Moreton Handicap (The Master, The Bounce, Prickles), Autumn Stakes (Petal Light, Flaxen, Bright Laddie), QTC Guineas (Gratton, Flaxen, Koatanui, Mountain Song, High Syce), Champagne Stakes (Flaxen), Summer Cup (Flaxen, My Gavonni), May Day Cup (Plunder), Hopeful Stakes (M'Ilwraith, Sweet Colleen), Hopetoun Handicap (Amberdown), Claret Stakes (Archives), Brisbane 1000 (My Gavonni, Royal Merry, Persse Double), Albion Park Cup (The Bounce), QTC Metropolitan (My Gavonni), Brisbane Handicap (Prickles) and Southport Handicap (Fred Foote).