Country trainer Todd Blowes has been outspoken in his disappointment after his star galloper Noble Boy was taken off him this week.
Todd Blowes who trained and is also the largest share holder in Noble Boy has seen the horse removed from his stable to join Sydney trainer Clare Cunningham.
Blowes spoke about the circumstances in which he found out about the horse moving stables saying he was half way to the spelling paddock near Sutton Forrest to move the horse due fires before receiving a call from another owner telling him not to go and collect the horse.
Blowes who owns 30% of Noble Boy is the largest shareholder in the horse although the owners in which he races the horse with when combined have the leading stake and say in what the horse does.
Prior to the horse being moved, Blowes had trained Noble Boy to seven wins and over $640,000 in earnings from his fourteen career starts.