Guy has been training for 30 years after taking over the Rosehill stables of his late father, Ray, who died in 1992.
He made a permanent shift to the Gold Coast after Daniel successfully set-up a satellite stable in 1999.
“This horse should have won all three races,” Guy said.
“It was only inexperience that beat him in his first start when he ran second at Eagle Farm then we spelled him.
“He was unlucky at the Sunshine Coast first-up and his last win was very impressive.”
While Guy has never won the Magic Millions 2YO Classic, he has placed on two occasions, highlighting that Magic Millions Day has been good to him.
“I’ve run a couple of placings in this race before but Magic Millions Day has been good to us,” he said.
“I’ve won the Magic Millions Cup, the Stayer’s Cup and the Fillies & Mares race and run a couple of placings in the three-year-old race.”
Guy has restricted his numbers in recent times and is happy with a team of 23 in work.
“I’ve never won the Magic Millions Classic and I’ve never won the Gold Coast premiership either but I have won a Brisbane trainers’ premiership,” he said.
Guy's last winner at the highest level was star performer Eagle Way who won the Queensland Derby at Eagle Farm in 2016 before heading to Hong Kong.
His other Group 1 wins were with Ravarda in the George Ryder Stakes at Rosehill in 1996 and the JJ Atkins in 1995, as well as All Our Mob in the 1994 Stradbroke Handicap.