Despite being in Japan, Scone trainer Brett Cavanough could rest easy with foreman Stephanie Alexander holding the reins at Muswellbrook meeting

Foreman Stephanie Alexander at Muswellbrook on Friday. Pic: KATRINA PARTRIDGE PHOTOGRAPHY
Foreman Stephanie Alexander at Muswellbrook on Friday. Pic: KATRINA PARTRIDGE PHOTOGRAPHY

SCONE trainer Brett Cavanough watched from Japan as the heavily-backed $2.20 favourite Know Where To Look (Travis Wolfgram) won the tab.com.au Maiden (1280m) at Muswellbrook on Friday.

"He is in Japan looking at some of their facilities and training methods," his foreman, Stephanie Alexander, said.

"Their methods over there are so different.

"And, Brett is hoping there are things he can learn to incorporate what we are doing here.

"He will be back next week."

He was on the phone to Stephanie as she waited for the horse to return to scale.

Know Where To Look was having only her second start after running seventh as the favourite in a maiden at Gundagai.

"She was tardy at the start and Gundagai is a 'leader-ish' track and she could not make ground," Stephanie said.

"She jumped well today."

Know Where To Look won by half a length from Jay 'N' Jay ($2.70).