This dynamic team have a long list of success and highlights;
JAMES WILSON TROPHY
Geelong champion trainer
2004 - Jamie Edwards
2005 - Jamie Edwards
2006 - Jamie Edwards
2007 - Jamie Edwards
2008 - Jamie Edwards & Bruce Elkington
2009 - Jamie Edwards & Bruce Elkington
2010 - Jamie Edwards & Bruce Elkington
2011 - Jamie Edwards & Bruce Elkington
2013 - Jamie Edwards & Bruce Elkington
2016 - Jamie Edwards
2017 - Jamie Edwards
2018 - Jamie Edwards
MEGGS ELKINGTON ORDER OF MERIT
2007 - Jamie Edwards
GEELONG RACEHORSE OF THE YEAR
2007 - Lazer Sharp
2013 - Sertorius
2014 - Sertorius
2016 - London Fog
GEELONG MOST POPULAR RACEHORSE AWARD
2004 - Sand Belt
2005 - Air Cooled
2010 - Golden Portrait
2013 – Sertorius
DUAL CHOICE TROPHY
Champion Racehorse at Geelong race meetings
2010 - Golden Portrait
GEELONG THOROUGHBRED CLUB OWNERS AWARD
2010 - Debbie Kingshott (Golden Portrait)
2013 – Janet Edwards (Severn Road)
PREMIER VICTORIAN COUNTRY APPRENTICE
2013 - Josh Cartwright (Emsley Lodge stable apprentice
Galileo gelding Sertorius was an elite galloper who took Emsley Lodge on an unforgettable journey.
Owned by Mike Palmer, he was the stable's first Melbourne Cup runner and went within 0.8s of winning of Australia's most famous horse race when he charged home from 20th place at the 400 metres to finish 12th, just 4-3/4 lengths behind the winner Prince of Penzance.
Sertorius was a genuine Group One horse who was placed at the top level from 1400m to 3200m.
He stamped himself as a class galloper in the 2012 spring winning five races in a row at Ararat, Moonee Valley, Caulfield, the Sale Cup and at Flemington.
He started 45 times and won 10 races from 1200m to 2400 metres, placed second 10 times and third four times, earning $1,282,922 in prizemoney.
2nd - 22 Feb 14 - Caulfield 1400m Gr1 Futurity Stakes
3rd - 19 Apr 14 - Randwick 3200m Gr1 Sydney Cup
4th - 5 Apr 14 - Rosehill 2400m Gr1 The BMW
5th - 22 Mar 14 - Rosehill 2000m Gr1 Ranvet Stakes
12th - 3 Nov 15 - Flemington 3200m Gr1 Melbourne Cup (beaten 4.75L)
WON - 16 Nov 13 - Caulfield 2400m Gr2 Zipping Classic
2nd - 14 Mar 15 - Flemington 1600m Gr2 Blamey Stakes
3rd - 8 Mar 14 - Flemington 1600m Gr2 Blamey Stakes
3rd - 12 Apr 14 - Randwick 2600m Gr2 Chairman’s Hcp
WON - Apr 15 - Caulfield 2000m Gr3 Easter Cup
2nd - 30 Mar 13 - Caulfield 1400m Gr3 Victoria Hcp
2nd - 9 Nov 13 - Flemington 2600m Gr3 Queen Elizabeth Stakes
WON - 30 Oct 13 - Bendigo 2400m Listed Bendigo Cup
2nd - 13 Oct 2013 - Cranbourne 2025m Listed Cranbourne Cup
WON - 28 Oct 12 - Sale 1600m Sale Cup
2nd - 2 Nov 11 – Kyneton 2000m Kyneton CupOther wins
WON - 27 Feb 11 - Kilmore Maiden 1200m
WON - 19 Oct 11 - Geelong 0-62 1700m
WON - 21 Sept 12 - Ararat 1300m BM78
WON - 5 Oct 12 - Moonee Valley 1533m Sportingbet Hcp (0-78)
WON -17 Oct 12 - Caulfield 1600m Bluecross Community Services (0-89)
WON -10 Nov 12 - Flemington 2000m Antler Luggage (0-95) Hcp
Dream The Dream
Dream The Dream gave Jamie his first classic win when she took out the Group 2 SA Oaks (2500m) at Morphettville in May 2006.
By Encosta de Lago from Wakeful Stakes winner Dream of the Dance, she always showed staying ability and the Oaks was her third win a row after graduating from a Class 1 (1850m) win at Kyneton and Class 2 (2224m) victory at Geelong.
Her last of five career wins was a six-length city class victory at Werribee over 2625m before finishing seventh of 20 runners in the 2007 Adelaide Cup at her last of only 18 career starts.
Jamie will always be thankful for Lazer Sharp who gave him his first Group 1 win.
After being beaten a total of nearly 38 lengths at his first three starts over 1000 metres, the son Zariz placed at his next nine starts including a 4-1/2 length Terang maiden win.
Two starts after posting a 2-1/2 length Showcase Class 1 win at Cranbourne he romped away to six-length win in the Listed VRC St Leger (2500m) at Moonee Valley before scoring a 1-1/4 lengths win the Group 1 SA Derby (2500m).
Following the Derby success, Lazer Sharp attracted a lot of interest as a leading Cups prospect.
Subsequently, world-renowned bloodstock agent Angus Gold purchased him for Shadwell Stud Australasia and trained by David Hayes he finished 10th to Efficient in the 2007 Melbourne Cup.
Straight Legs (Mookta - Namazan) was a fantastic sprinter for the stable.
In 2009 he retired as a nine-year-old winning 12 of his 68 starts and earned for Ken Fagan and his connections $342,000 in prize money.
He was a multiple city winner with victories at Sandown, Morphettville, Cheltenham as well as two in a row at Flemington.
He raced against the best and finished third to Australian Racehorse of the Year Miss Andretti and a third to arguably Australia's most popular champion sprinter Apache Cat.
The one that got away was the 2006 Wangoom Hcp at the time-honoured Warrnambool May carnival when the race caller declared Straight Legs the winner only for the verdict to be overturned by the judge after calling for a developed print.