WARRNAMBOOL-trained Reykjavik notched up his second Flemington feature race victory for trainer Lindsey Smith winning the $200,000 group three Chatham Stakes on Saturday.
Reykjavik defeated Admiral's Joker by a long head with Noble Boy a short-head away in third place.
The five-year-old also won the final of the Winter Championships at Flemington in July for Smith.
"I thought Reykjavik looked good in the yard before the race," he said.
"He's been an honest horse for his connections. I thought he might have needed this run but I got it wrong.
"My Warrnambool stable foreman Maddi Raymond assured me Reykjavik was right and she was proven correct."
The $1 million group one Railway Stakes at Ascot on November 23 and the $1 million group one Kingston Town Classic at Ascot on December 7 are on the agenda for Reykjavik.
"He deserves a crack at group one races like the Railway and the Kingston Town," Smith said.
"I think he'll head over to my Perth stables within the next few days to prepare for the Railway."
From his 34 starts Reykjavik has picked up more then $600,000 in stakemoney for his connections.
Saturday's win by Reykjavik capped off a very successful spring carnival for Smith's Warrnambool stable.
Scales Of Justice won the $1 million Memsie Stakes at Caulfield.
Veteran galloper Black Heart Bart was successful in the group one Underwood Stakes, before running second in the group one Caulfield Stakes in October.
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