Russell Cameron

Russell Cameron has been one of Australia's leading trainers for over the past 20 years with success from as far as Darwin, right down to the Apple Isle.

Russell is son of the late Ted Cameron who was a leading trainer in South Australia for many years and to where Russell learned his craft.

Russell has trained eight Group One winners, amongst these the Newmarket, Stradbroke Hcp and Australia Stakes with top sprinter Toledo, an Adelaide Cup with Apache King and not forgetting Bomber Bill, the old war horse who took out the Australia Stakes under lights at Moonee Valley.

Russell is very much a hands on trainer with a great eye for a horse and patience is one of his main strengths.

One of Russell greatest sayings is that, 'the horse always comes first and is our number one priority."

With the high class facilities of Flemington Racecourse and the training ability of Russell Cameron, it certainly proves a great mix for success at the highest level.