Cambridge trainer Tony Pike has made the call to bring home his Sydney-based staff of Mark Hills and Chris McNab.
Pike was campaigning The Bostonian, Sherwood Forest, and Not An Option across the Tasman and had already recorded elite-level success.
The Bostonian added another Group One to his resume when victorious in the Canterbury Stakes (1300m) earlier this month before finishing runner-up in the Group 1 George Ryder Stakes (1500m) on the weekend.
“Both of the staff came back on a commercial flight this (Tuesday) afternoon,” Pike said.
All three horses will be transferred to the care of local trainers, with The Bostonian being aimed towards the Group 1 All-Aged Stakes (1400m), while Sherwood Forest and Not An Option will contest the Group 1 Australian Derby (2400m) and Group 3 Schweppervescence (1400m) respectively.