His racing career ended in controversy but the first day of Chautauqua's equestrian career has gone off without a hitch.
On Wednesday the six-time Group 1 winner arrived at the Lara property of racing personality Rob Gaylard, where he will begin the transition into life as a show horse.
Gaylard said the flashy grey stepped off the truck in super condition and would be given a few easy days before he and former jockey Casey Bruce begin his training.
"He's here, he's settled in and he's enjoying his new setting," Gaylard said.
"I thought he might have been a bit more woolly than what he was but he's actually nicely dappled.
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Article written by: James Tzaferis