Pure Power, now an 8yo and with more than $300,000 to his name, is the latest big name acquisition to the Robert Dunn stables.
Having been in Australia for around 18 months, Pure Power returned to New Zealand in May, rejoining the stable of his former trainers in David and Clare McGowan.
He has worked pleasingly of late, having overcome an injury that ended his Australian campaign.
He made his New Zealand reappearance at Saturday's Cambridge workouts with an encouraging 1.5 length victory.
It was with the confidence of this workout that the decision was made to send him south to the Woodend stables of Robert and John Dunn.
Samantha Ottley has been entrusted with the drive.
John is delighted with the news of the big Grinfromeartoear gelding joining the stable ranks.
"It'll be great. Dave is really pleased with him and hopefully he should be heading down this weekend."
Amongst his short term targets will most likely be the Maurice Holmes Vase.
Depending on how he continues to progress the 2014 New Zealand Cup is definitely on the long-term planning sheet.
The horse has performed well on the big Addington track previously with his last start in NZ resullting in second place in the 2012 NZ Free-For-All, won by Gold Ace.
There is a very real chance that the stable may be able to field 3 runners in this year's cup, with that race very much in the sights of stable stars Elios and Franco Nelson.
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