The Queensland Guineas winner, Koldingran all the fastest closing sectionals when he won the Bill Ritchie Handicap, and he did it again when he emphatically won the A$1m Epsom Handicap(1600m).
Glen Boss was able to find a good position in transit; initially behind Archedemus, before the pair were joined and led by Dreamforce across the back straight and approaching the turn.
The four-year-old son of Ocean Park cruised into the straight and was immediately offered a clear line; kicking away from his rivals before being joined at the 200m by joint-favourite Te Akau Shark, but ultimately holding on to confirm the win.
An emotional Chris Waller was trackside at Randwick and was thrilled to see Kolding named the 2019 Epsom Handicap winner; his 105th Group 1 winner.
Waller is yet to confirm the next campaign target for Kolding but suggested either the Cox Plate of the inaugural Golden Eagle would be fitting races.
Star Of The Seas enjoyed a dream run in transit and finished third, while the ever-dangerous Gem Song lost no admirers with a hard-fought fourth.
If the Epsom Handicap winner Kolding does feature in the Golden Eagle field, he will be going up again stable mate and race favourite Arcadia Queen.
1. Kolding (J: Glen Boss T: Chris Waller), 2. Te Akau Shark (J: James McDonald T: Stephen), 3. Star of the Seas (J: Michael Dee T: Chris Waller), 4. Gem Song (J: Brenton Avdulla T: Kris Lees)
Distance: 1,600 meters, Surface: Turf, Track: Right-handed, Qualification: Horses three years old and older, Weight: Handicap, Purse: A$1,000,000 (2018), Bonuses: Winner exemption from a ballot on the Queen Elizabeth Stakes