Anthony Freedman’s latest German import, Waldpark, is likely to make his Australian debut in the $300,000 Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes at Moonee Valley. Freedman has told the former Feehan Stakes, over a mile, would be the ideal start-off point for the six-year-old.

“He’ll trial in three weeks or so and then possibly run first-up in the Feehan” he said.

“He may not have another run (before the Cox Plate).

"He might, but I’m not sure where because I don’t know the horse well enough yet.”

A last start head second at Baden Baden in May behind Novellist, all of a sudden made punters take notice of him after the weekend.

On Saturday night (UK time) Novellist strolled in the Group 1 King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot by a stunning five lengths and he is now favourite for the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in October.

Freedman has had previous success with German gallopers Lucas Cranach and Mawingo.

“If that horse (Novellist) is not the best in the world, he would be right up amongst them,” Freedman said.

“It certainly gives this horse’s form a boost,” he said.

“He’s been with me about three weeks. He’s a nice, neat, compact horse, he came to me in very good condition and he’s settled in well,” he added.