|Former New Zealand galloper King Wyndham will be out to redeem
himself at Caulfield tomorrow after a major flop at his first Australian run in Melbourne
The gelding, who's high profile connections
include VRC Chairman Andrew Ramsden and MVRC Commitee member Emma Boling, beat only one
runner home at Caulfield on March 30.
King Wyndham's trainer Tony McEvoy said the gelding can be
expected to be a big improver at his second local run tomorrow.
"I felt he was a touch disappointing at Caulfield
first up," McEvoy said.
"But people must remember all his form in New Zealand
had been on wet tracks and the track at Caulfield was quite hard," he added.
Before his flop at Caulfield King Wyndham had strung
together five consecutive wins in New Zealand before being sold to his Australian
The four-year-old gelding is by Kingsttenham, a son of
Nureyev who is out of the triple Group One winner Rose of Kingston. That makes King
Wyndham's sire a half brother to the record breaking Melbourne Cup winner Kingston Rule.
PIC - Quentin