Windermere Lad on his way to WA
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.
The Southland Times