Caulfield Cup winner Boom Time embarked on a Tokyo trip via a direct IRT flight to Japan yesterday.

Accompanied by Lindsay Park's assistant trainer Gary Fennessy, he could not be in better hands.

Gary, having worked for Lindsay Park for some 40 years has endured the Japan Cup tour no less than three times and brought home the Cup in 1990 with the David Hayes-trained Better Loosen Up. Gary also partnered Jeune in 1994 and Fields Of Omagh in 2003.

Boom Time will be Australia's single representative in the 2400m race worth just over AUD$3.5 million to the winner.

Caulfield Cup winning jockey Cory Parish will pilot Boom Time in Tokyo, while Lindsay Park rider Dara O'Meachair will make up the team trio to keep Boom Time ticking until race time on Sunday 26th November.


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