Jake Toeroek Feels Upbeat for Warning on Group 3 Chairman’s Stakes
NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia – Jake Toeroek shared his optimism for Warning on the forthcoming Group 3 event of the Chairman’s Stakes 2020. The horseman will compete tomorrow, Saturday, April 25 at the 2,035-metre horse race at the Morphettville Racecourse in Adelaide.
Toeroek affirmed that his primary concern for the Group 3 Chairman’s Stakes is the gate. He said, however, that he feels confident that Warning could help him because the three-year-old gelding is quite a positive kind of racehorse. Riders could place the Mornington sporting horse where they want him, and they could feel assured that he would stay the journey, Toeroek remarked.
The Adelaide jockey added that he and Warning could be a bit more forceful if they would desire to on the forthcoming match. Yet, Toeroek cited that the essential factor for him is to ensure that the son of Livia and Declaration Of War is out and prepared to race during the weekend sporting event. He added that he is hopeful that class would prevail while he is aboard the Victoria Derby champion.
Moreover, the keen rider mentioned that it is terrific to get a steer on Warning. He pointed out that it is undoubtedly aiding that plenty of the Melbourne horsemen could not come over to Adelaide and contest with them, as per the news by Australian horse racing portal, Racenet. Toeroek relayed, however, that, as jockeys, they merely had to make the most of sporting opportunities such as the Group 3 Chairman’s Stakes when they get them and to keep receiving them.
Warning delivered an aggressive performance early before he was well defeated in Sydney last April 4 in the Australian Derby. Nevertheless, he recuperated well enough for his trainer, Anthony Freedman, to target the chestnut-coloured gelding at the South Australian Derby next month. During the early Group 3 Chairman’s Stakes wagering, Warning is a $4-second favourite. The Group 3 Chairman’s Stakes is for three-year-old racehorses at set weights, according to Australian horse betting tips and news website JustHorseRacing.com.au. Winners take home $120,000 in cash prize.