Theresa Bateup is optimistic Jarrett will return to his best in Monday's Moruya Cup.
The veteran will line up in a talented field headlined by Greg Stephens' gelding Peyton Place.
Jarrett struggled at Moruya in last month's Christmas Cup, however Bateup is confident the six-year-old will improve on that run.
"It's a tough race, those country cups are very strong," Bateup said. "Jarrett's chances haven't been aided by the barrier, but he will run an improved race.
"This will keep him ticking over and then we'll look to build for the Bega Cup. He always tries and is capable of being up there."
Monday's Moruya Town Plate is also expected to be a high-quality affair, Paul Murray's Rafha's Choice and Robert and Luke Price's All Tiara chasing victory.
"The Cup was our preference, but she'll run well in the Town Plate," Luke Price said. "She'll sprint well. With Madi's claim and a soft draw, watch for her late."