Sandown Cup winner Renew will remain with rookie trainer Archie Alexander instead of being transferred to Sydney premiership winning trainer Chris Waller.

OTI Racing had committed to sending the imported galloper to Waller following his initial campaign in Australia but decided on Tuesday morning to keep the current partnership going.

"Archie has done such a good job with this horse and the ownership group felt that he should continue doing so," said OTI Racing's Terry Henderson.

"Chris (Waller) was terrific and was supportive of the decision.

"There wouldn't have been much upside to moving the horse, Archie is already on the right track so it wasn't a hard decision.

"We had to go through the process because the horse was committed to Chris but again, he was very good and supported our decision."

Henderson said the Adelaide Cup, rather than the Sydney Cup is likely to be the main autumn target for Renew.

"He will just have three light weeks, might just stay in light work and be led off the pony," Henderson said.

"We will have a look at him and assess how he is looking but Adelaide could be an option for him."

Renew started his Australian career in the Herbert Power Stakes, finishing last, before running in the Caulfield Cup.

He returned a solid performance to run second to Grand Marshall at Flemington on Melbourne Cup day and then recorded his first victory in the Sandown Cup.