High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Young Quinn a New Zealand standardbred racehorse was successful in period where his competition in the sport of trotting was particularly strong. Foaled in 1969, he was by Young Charles out of Loyal Trick by Hal Tryax (USA). Named after Brian "Snow" Quinn a champion New Zealand sheep shearer, he was trained and driven by the great Charles Stewart Hunter (Charlie). He was nicknamed `Garbage` as a result of his habit of eating anything in sight, as a young horse. It was later revealed by cardiograph tests that Young Quinn`s heart weighed 13 lb, only 1 lb less than that of the immortal racehorse Phar Lap.