The 2018 Sun Met runner up Last Winter is now in England and has joined the yard of champion trainer Sir Michael Stoute.
Previously with Dean Kannemeyer, the son of Western Winter (pictured below) was supposed to have a Dubai campaign this year, but things didn’t work out.
.“He jarred himself on the off fore while in quarantine in Mauritius. Dr John McVeigh saw to him there, and he was good to go in 3 or 4 weeks.Then after arriving in Dubai last November all seemed to be going well. But he then jarred himself on the near fore at the beginning of January so couldn’t take any part in the Carnival” said Kannemeyer.
The five-year-old entire arrived in the UK a month ago, as Khaya Stables Racing Manager Jehan Malherbe explained at Kenilworth on Saturday.
“He spent some time on a spelling farm after arriving, and was brought into Sir Michael Stoute’s yard a week ago. We’re starting from scratch, and there are no immediate plans. We just want to see him sound again, and we will take things from there.”