Group-one winner Kimble will continue to do his racing in Western Australia after being snapped up by Aaron Bain Racing and Summit Bloodstock.
The four-year-old had been with the Matthew Craven stable and impressed during that time when picking up seven wins during 33 races, earning over $160,000 in prize money.
Kimble already has a group one win under his belt when taking out the Vicbred Super Series 2YO Colts and Geldings Final in 2020 and Bain is excited to see what the future holds.
Bain says it is important Kimble continues to race in WA and the stable of trainer Michael Young will become his new home.
“Kimble is obviously a quality individual already winning a Group 1 and when the opportunity came to purchase him, we were pleased to finally strike a suitable deal for all parties,” Bain told aaronbainracing.com.au.
“With his gate speed and HWOE rating, we believe he is best suited to continue his racing in Western Australia and will make his way to the stables of Michael Young. The main target for Kimble this year will be the Golden Nugget later in the year.”
Meanwhile Young also high hopes for Kimble and expects him to add more wins to his already impressive tally.
“There is a feature here in early July, but we will see how he travels and settles in before making any set plans,” Young added. “But I’m sure we will be able to find some nice races in the lead-up to the Nugget.”