Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Danny O’Brien will take over the training of Group One winner Cape Of Good Hope.
Cape Of Good Hope who was trained by Lindsay Park will make the move to O’Brien’s stable in hope of seeing the horse regain his earlier form which saw him win the Caulfield Stakes at his Australian debut.
“He is still having a break. We are going to put him in the paddock for a few months before we start with him,” O’Brien told Racing.com.
“We will start fresh. We had a few of those imports – Orderofthegarter, King Of Leogrance, Saracen Knight – that we brought off longs breaks. So will give him a decent break and start again.”
Cape Of Good Hope has had seven starts since his Caulfield Stakes win with the horse having only beaten home five horses combined.