Lindsay Park has closed its Pakenham operation, paving the way for Peter Moody to move in.
Champion trainer David Hayes confirmed the stable's horses left their Pakenham base on Monday, freeing up the 40 spaces on course for Moody's team.
Hayes said the decision to leave Pakenham came after his announcement that he would be moving to Hong Kong to train.
With a big operation at Euroa and stables at Flemington, a third base wasn't needed, with son Ben Hayes and nephew Tom Dabernig taking control of Lindsay Park.
"With me leaving, we just thought two training centres was enough in Melbourne," Hayes said.
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Article written by: Ryan Reynolds