Greg comes from a strong equestrian background and was twice selected to represent Australia at the Olympic Games (1980 and ‘84).After retiring from equestrian competition, Eurell moved into breaking in and pre-training horses, working these roles until 1987 when he was granted his trainer’s license.
Training a team of 40 from his Cranbourne stables ‘Cadet Lodge’, Eurell always seems to have a good horse under his care.Arguably his best horse was the baldy faced sprinter Apache Cat, who won 19 of his 43 starts and more than $4 million in stakes.
Eurell's biggest success as a trainer came in 2011 when his talented mare Pinker Pinker caused a huge upset in the Cox Plate.
Some career highlights
Doomben 10,000 Gr1 - APACHE CAT
B T C Cup Gr1 - APACHE CAT
T.J. Smith Gr1 - APACHE CAT
Australia Stakes Gr1 - APACHE CAT
Lightning Stakes Gr1 - APACHE CAT
Chairman's Stakes - Red Colossus
St. Clair Pt Adelaide Guineas - Red Colossus
Tatts W S Cox Plate Gr1 - Pinker Pinker
Let's Elope Stakes Gr2Pinker Pinker
The-Saturday-Age-Victoria-Hcp Gr3Red Colossus
Schweppervescence Trophy Gr3 - Pinker Pinker
B M W Angus Armanasco Stks Gr2 - Pinker Pinker
Schweppes Stakes Gr2 - Apache Cat
Memsie Stakes Gr2 - MIC MAC
Aurie's Star Hcp - MIC MAC
Carlton Draught Doomben 10,000 - APACHE CAT
Hobartville Stakes Gr2 - MIC MAC
Pulse Pharmacy Australia Stks Gr1 - APACHE CAT
Apt Weekend Hussler Stakes - Hosting
AVAILaBle horse syndicates