Bernie Miller and Patrick Carbery are great mates not only to each other but also punters who back the gallopers which the Belle Park’s boss trains and books the three-time Group One-winning jockey to ride on Western Australian tracks.

It is uncommon for a trainer-jockey combination with more than 100 starts together to show a positive betting return on investment to level stakes. It is exceptionally rare for a duo who have teamed up as often as Miller and Carbery have during their respective thoroughbred racing careers to show a profit of nearly 20 per cent based on starting prices.

Recent WAROA-Belmont Guineas heroine Sheza Chalmer is the third galloper to win a black-type contest for Miller and Carbery as a pair, joining previous feature winners Aquinas and Cup Night. Next month’s Belmont Oaks is the logical next assignment for Sheza Chalmer, whereas Cup Night, which the Carbery and Miller families race in partnership, is sitting out the Belmont season due to an irregular blood clot.

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