Toby Edmonds


Toby Edmonds started training in the late 1980s with a small team and moved to the Gold Coast in 1994 where he trained successfully until taking up an opportunity to train privately for Pedrille Thoroughbreds in 2000.

Edmonds then moved out on his own in 2003 to Warwick Farm in Sydney and spent six years there before relocating to the Gold Coast again in 2011 where he has been based since.
The Edmonds stable is a major force in south-east Queensland and enjoyed stunning success in 2017 when filly Houtzen won the Gold Coast Magic Millions 2YO Classic.
Toby Edmonds's first major winner was Supercut in 1996 and he also enjoyed good success in 2017 with The Virginian who won the Ipg Marketing Chief De Beers.