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Octagonal: Champion Australian Race Horse Pursued in New Zealand in 1992, Octagonal was killed by the master Thoroughbred racehorse Zabeel, out of thin Eight Carat. The stallion made his debut in 1994 and soon stamped his authority on Australian racing tracks after crowns the Australian champion two years old and made coach John Hawkes proud. Occy, or "The Big O" as octagonal, is also known as a lovely crowd favorite by winning the Todman Trial, AJC Sires Produce Stakes and then getting close in the STC Golden Slipper and AJC Champagne Stakes.Octagonal's record as a three-year-old was equally impressive with 10 wins from just 16 starts. The coveted triple crown was easy to play for Occy, best in class in Canterbury Guineas, Rosehill Guineas and Australian Derby. W's Cox Plate and Mercedes Classic, the richest age-brackets on the Australian circuit were one of his great achievements as a three-year-old. By the end of 1996, Octagonal was the Australian horse of the year and Australian champion three years old, with a special distinction of being the last horse to win the triple crown and ending the season with nearly $ A4 million in prize money. The only two prestigious races to elude him as a three-year-old were the Australian Derby and the Victoria Derby where he lost with a narrow margin to Nothin's Leica Dane.Octagonal did not go off to a good start as a four-year-old, remaining unleashed for six out of seven starts, with a lone victory in Underwood Stakes in the spring. The autumn, however, brought better luck to the stallion with consecutive wins in Chipping Norton Stakes, Australian Cup and Mercedes Classic. The octagon ended the season with a second place in AJC Queen Elizabeth Stakes. The season would be the end of Octagonal's racing career with a record of 14 wins from.