Andy Sheahan was regarded by his peers as one of the all-time great trainers and drivers and he won three Perth Driver’s Premierships and two Perth Trainer’s Premierships.
Excluding his Victorian winners prior to his moving to Western Australia in 1926, Sheahan drove 276 winners (271 in Perth) and trained 211 winners (204 in Perth) in this State.
He was placed in the both the driver’s and Trainer’s Premierships a further five times and was also third on the 1925 Melbourne Driver’s Premiership.
Sheahan trained and drove the 1927 WA Derby winner Katie Wood, the 1926 WA Sires Produce Stakes winner Larimda, a pair of Easter Cups with Antarctica and Owyhee Dixie.
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