While his son Chad tries to capitalise on his Victorian success for David Hayes, Glyn Schofield will be out to win a feature race for the trainer in Sydney.
Sydney's premier apprentice, Chad Schofield transferred his indentures to Hayes a few weeks ago and the winners have flowed.
The youngster will ride the stable's team at Mornington on Saturday while Glyn Schofield will be aboard the Hayes-trained filly Mama's Choice in the Group Two Stan Fox Stakes (1500m) at Rosehill.
But even if Schofield is able to notch back-to-back wins in the $250,000 feature at Rosehill, it's unlikely he will have as easy a time as he did 12 months ago when he won on Manawanui.
"He just had a track gallop really," Glyn Schofield said of Manawanui's 1-3/4-length win last year.
"David brought one up (Roma Giaconda) that ran second to Manawanui that day.
"Obviously you need a good horse to win it. Last year Manawanui strolled through it and the same result tomorrow would be good. It doesn't matter how we get there, but if we can get the same result it would be nice.
"With a bit of luck in running she (Mama's Choice) will be right there but obviously Albrecht is the one we've all got to beat."
The Peter Snowden-trained Albrecht was narrowly beaten by stablemate Epaulette in the $1 million Group One Golden Rose last start.
Hayes said it was worth having a go at the Stan Fox with Mama's Choice, who was third to Commanding Jewel and fourth to Love For Ransom in her two starts this campaign with Chad Schofield aboard.
"Albrecht is the horse to beat, his run was sensational (in the Golden Rose)," he said on his website.
"But he'll be giving us a big start, we'll get the run of the race and this filly is peaking.
"So we think she's worth a chance to try to pick up the Group Two status."
While Schofield hasn't ridden Mama's Choice before, he knows plenty about the David Payne-trained Laser Flash, his mount in the Listed Dulcify Quality (1900m).
Schofield rode the Redoute's Choice colt to victory over 1900m at Canterbury last month and wouldn't be surprised to see him win again.
"He's a funny horse because he travels really strongly but he doesn't begin well," Schofield said.
"The key to him is getting him out of the gates and get him to begin. If he can begin, he's a chance of winning."