Himorher is ready to impress on his Muswellbrook debut
Bigger things could be in store for undriven filly Himorher, who is set to step out at Muswellbrook for the first time on Monday afternoon.
Himorher is groomed at Scone by the sharp-witted Rodney Northam and gave her rivals a canter lesson in a Scone Barrier Trial (900m) on January 27th.
The filly sped most of the way, but slashed her opponents to the sword shortly after righting for an impressive victory.
The strength of the test was runner-up Shine Your Light – this filly finished third on her debut at Royal Randwick last October behind undefeated Godolphin canter Barber.
Reece Jones will partner the filly, which is one of four rides on the seven-race card for the apprentice.
Among the 26-year-old’s other horses is Roughie Elegant Poetress, who has good expectations despite not having been placed in her last five starts.
The Jeremy Gask-trained mare has her second run from a spell and may fly under the radar in the fifth event.
A glitch cost her a place in Taree ahead of Spelling, then on the restart she was pinched while running at the fence and should have finished closer on that course.
The elegant Poetress will strip fitter for the run and is one of two runners on the day for Gask, the other being Croatian Madame in race four.
https://www.smh.com.au/sport/racing/himorher-ready-to-impress-on-debut-at-muswellbrook-20230205-p5ci0t.html?ref=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_source=rss_sport Himorher is ready to impress on his Muswellbrook debut