Two-Year-Old Filly Jemss Ready for Saturday’s Match in Rosehill
TAREN POINT, New South Wales – Racehorse trainer David Payne has confirmed that Jemss is ready for the forthcoming horse race on Saturday, March 28.
He said that, at this point, the filly had drawn a better barrier.
Thus, Jemss’s trainer relayed that he would be informing jockey Glyn Schofield that the two-year-old racehorse should be able to settle in the initial five.
Payne remarked that Jemss is still unaware of how to put all the right moves together.
But he cited that, if the racehorse could perform well, she would be on the horse race ready this weekend.
As for the weather forecast in the Rosehill Gardens Racecourse where Jemss will be competing, it will experience a sting out of the track.
Based on the report by Australian horse racing news website Racenet, the Western Sydney racecourse is already getting some rain, and events organizers are expecting more of it in the coming days.
Nevertheless, Payne pointed out that the inclement weather would not trouble the filly. He relayed that the racehorse is capable of getting through such challenging situations.
Also, Payne affirmed that he is hoping the filly would be victorious this Saturday.
The racehorse trainer mentioned that if Jemss would not win, he believes that she would get a favourable run at the very least.
He will witness the racehorse head off on a Group I path at its subsequent beginning.
Furthermore, the South Africa native confirmed that the said run would bring the young mare on.
Payne cited that, the other day, the racehorse required the run when she landed third to Thermosphere, the filly of James Cummings.
He stated that he and his group felt ecstatic with the manner of how the young racehorse charged to the line.
Payne said that this coming Saturday, the extra distance would suit the female racehorse.
Exosphere gave birth to Jemss. For two months and two weeks, the latter was first-up.
She pulled wide following her rearward settling action.
Furthermore, the fledgling racehorse kept looking for the line to run third in the 1,200-metre Group III Magic Night Stakes in the Golden Slipper lead-up competition.
In this weekend’s upcoming match, Jemss will line up in Rosehill for two-year-old racehorses, the 1,400-metre Group III Schweppervescence.
If everything goes well and according to plan, her next stop will be on April 4 at the $1-million, 1,400-metre Group I Sires Produce.
Otherwise, she will be competing at the $500,000, 1,600-metre Group I Champagne Stakes two weeks later.
Tranquil racehorse trainer Payne nearly injured his neck lately.
This situation took place when he reportedly swung around upon hearing the announcement in the open betting market that his filly was around $13-mark.
He relayed that he might have to see if he could search for a few more dollars.
Meanwhile, I Am Invincible’s colt I Am Swerving is on the second line of betting. The racehorse that Team Hawkes prepared has competed twice.
I Am Swerving concluded in the placings both times. His performance suggested that a victory is within reach.
Another new development in the markets is Return With Honour coming off a very positive run.
In the Group III Black Opal Stakes held recently in Canberra, the Fastnet Rock colt of Gerald Ryan concluded the competition on the fifth place.
Return With Honour leads the horse betting market in the neighbourhood of the $4.40-mark.