Peter Snowden and his son Paul will train at Royal Randwick when they leave Darley in May, reports Racing Network.

Snowden, at the Gold Coast for the Magic Millions yearling sales, confirmed on Tuesday that he has been granted boxes at Sydney's premier track by the Australian Turf Club. 

The father and son combination are set to take 66 boxes currently occupied by John O'Shea, who will assume control of the Darley team at the conclusion of the autumn carnival. 

While originally hoping to remain at his familiar surroundings of Warwick Farm, Snowden said he was grateful for the opportunity to train at Randwick. 

Snowden is also expecting to takeover the training of a number of horses currently under the care of John O'Shea. 

"Several owners have made contact and said they would like us to train their horses when John O'Shea moves to Darley," Snowden said. 

While Peter Snowden continue his position at Darley until May, the leading trainer said his son Paul may move earlier to help with the transition.