“There is a lot of Sydney trainers looking to go north.
“Just in recent times, I have started to see people use Queensland as another option after previously always going to Melbourne.
“With the prize money and the different initiatives in Queensland, it is on a lot of people's radars, that is for sure.”
The plan is for to use the Rising Stars series as a trial period to prepare Overflow Beau for the higher level racing in Brisbane in the coming months.
Chappelow’s son of Fernando Bale was sharp in last Thursday’s heat of the Rising Stars series as the blue dog had not trialled on the surface before the event.
He claimed his heat in 30.15 seconds from the seven position and will commence from slighter wider again in the Final.
Overflow Beau put the writing on the wall that he had a promising future with his early runs in NSW, running strong sectionals and going close to track records, as he has won seven of his 12 race starts.
“He has no little quirks or anything, he is a determined sort of a hard chasing dog,” Chappelow said.
“He is the right dog to have a go at some of these younger age races with.