“When the time comes I would like to finish up where it all started in my home state.”
Boss rode in a trackwork gallop on the Eagle Farm course proper with current trainer, retired jockey Chris Munce.
“I was most impressed with the track and it can become one of the best in Australia,” he said.
Racing Queensland chairman Steve Wilson said there was a major challenge ahead for the racing industry to stay competitive with the key to keep improving prize money.
“We have to stay in the game. It is fair to criticise but also important to praise when something is well done such as the new Eagle Farm track,” he said.
Queensland will host eight Group One races and 60 other black-type races over the next 10 weeks.