Quarantine issues mean it will be simpler and more economical for the Caulfield Cup winner to return to Australia via England than stay in Japan. With Werribee’s quarantine station now closed after the spring carnival and Eastern Creek full, Lindsay Park’s Tom Dabernig said it was more practical to send the gelding to Newmarket. “He’s in Newmarket in England and he stays there in quarantine,” Dabernig said. RACEDAY FOCUS: TERANG WINNING EDGE: JUNGLE THRIVES IN WET WINNING FEELING: THE TESTING MATERIAL BOWDITCH: VIDDORA DESERVES SHOT AT EVEREST “He’s having a little rest. It’s not quite like the spell you’d want in a paddock but he’s in a period where he can have a little bit of time between spring and autumn. “We’ve actually had horses do it before. We had Tasbeeh in Dubai and he actually had to go back to England to come home. “You see how the horses come out of the UK and perform. We had Criterion come down and did well so we’re not concerned at all. “I think he’s going to be there for a month.” Winning co-trainers David and Ben (left) Hayes and Tom Dabernig after Boom Time’s Caulfield Cup triumph. Picture: Jay TownSource:News Corp Australia Dabernig said a decision on Boom Time’s next campaign was unlikely to include a Sydney Cup foray — and it could also be governed by weather factors. “He’s not that great on his Sydney leg so I think we’ll have to play that one as we see it and he’s not great on a really wet track,” he said. “Hopefully the autumn is not really wet. “So we’ll just wait and see how he travels and how he gets back.” Boom Time and jockey Corey Parish combine to win the Caulfield Cup. Picture: Alex CoppelSource:News Corp Australia Dabernig said Boom Time continued to impress the stable with his resilience. “He’s a horse that’s previously had a tendon (injury) but at the moment his leg is really good,” he said. “He’s coped with all the racing. You always need a bit of luck with a horse that’s had a tendon but he’s achieved a lot. “He’s a real iron horse so hopefully we can have a light autumn and then back into the spring.”