Windermere Lad on his way to WA

JAMIE SEARLE
Last updated 20:00 04/02/2014
Murray Faul and Windermere Lad
JAMES JUBB
SUCCESSFUL: Murray Faul and Windermere Lad
Reon Tither
JAMES JUBB
REINSMAN: Reon Tither

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Invercargill-owned pacer Windermere Lad left for West Australia yesterday.

Trainer and part-owner Murray Faul has sent Windermere Lad to the Bunbury stable of Steve De Campo. His son-in-law, Reon Tither, is Faul's grandson.

Tither, who lives in Harvey and works as an accountant in Bunbury, will help De Campo with the training of Windermere Lad. Tither is also a reinsman.

Windermere Lad will be on a direct flight from Auckland to Perth on Saturday. The winner of three races, Windermere Lad has been turned out for two months.

Murray Faul plans to visit Tither in April.

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- The Southland Times

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