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Graeme Arthur Rogerson Thoroughbred racehorse trainer. He is notable for having trained more race-day winners than any other trainer in New Zealand and for having won many Group One races in New Zealand and Australia.is a New Zealand
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|Efficient, Katie Lee, Polar Success, Savabeel|
Rogerson was raised in Te Rapa. Before training he tried his hand at amateur riding. He originally trained horses at Cambridge before moving to Tuhikaramea Road in the 1970s. For a time he has trained in successful partnerships with Stephen Autridge and Keith Hawtin. Rogerson was the youngest New Zealand trainer to get to 1,000 winners.
Rogerson branched out and established stables and partnerships in Australia and Dubai.
Graeme's wife, Debbie, joined him in a training partnership and his grand-daughter, Bailey, later joined the partnership which was called Team Rogerson 
In 2012 Rogerson was inducted into the New Zealand Racing Hall of Fame and at that time he had won well over 3,500 winners and the New Zealand trainers premiership twelve times.
Notable horses and victoriesEdit
Rogerson has trained or co-trained a large number of high-class horses, including:
- Batavian: winner of the 1996 Hawke's Bay Guineas and 1998 Mudgway Stakes.
- Beauden: winner of the 2021 Awapuni Gold Cup.
- Blanchard: winner of the 2002 Trentham Stakes.
- Costume: winner of the 2014 New Zealand International Stakes and Spring Classic.
- Efficient: winner of the 2007 Melbourne Cup.
- Katie Lee: winner of the 2009 New Zealand 1000 Guineas and New Zealand 2000 Guineas.
- Keeninsky: winner of the 2004 Manawatu Sires Produce Stakes and 2005 Telegraph Handicap.
- Lashed: winner of the 2004 New Zealand Stakes, New Zealand International Stakes and Zabeel Classic.
- Polar Success: winner of the 2003 Golden Slipper Stakes.
- Savabeel: winner of the 2004 Spring Champion Stakes and Cox Plate.
- Savannah Success: winner of the 1999 New Zealand Oaks.
- Scarlett Lady: winner of the 2012 New Zealand Stakes.
- Smiling Like: winner of the 2001 Trentham Stakes and Wellington Cup.
- Soriano: winner of the 2014 Zabeel Classic and Awapuni Gold Cup and the 2015 New Zealand International Stakes.
- Taatletail: winner of the 2003 New Zealand 1000 Guineas.
- Teddy Doon: winner of the 1978 Manawatu Sires Produce Stakes and New Zealand 2000 Guineas.
- Vegas: winner of the 1998 Telegraph Handicap.
Rogerson has also been a registered harness racing trainer since 2008 and has trained in partnerships with:
- Peter Simpson (2008-2009).
- Steven Reid (2009-2011).
- Peter Blanchard (2012-2015).
- Dylan Ferguson (2021-2022).
- https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/superracing/graeme-rogerson-becomes-the-first-departure-with-the-trainer-bound-for-his-big-stable-in-new-zealand/news-story/cb0839feefa08a730ef1eb96c16cbfc2[bare URL]
- "Bailey Rogerson to become world's youngest horse trainer at 16". Stuff. 20 December 2017.
- "Rogerson recognised by the Queen in NZ awards > Australia and International Horse Racing news updated daily". www.thoroughbrednews.com.au.
- "The Queen's Birthday Honours List 2004". The Queen's Birthday Honours List 2004.
- "Home". hrnz.co.nz.