Morphettville Races Review - 8th February 2020

Victorian apprentice Jessica Eaton began the winning jockey’s account when she guided Wotuwant to a win in the 1000 metre opening event on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Coming out of the Port Lincoln stables of Darryl Carrison Wotuwant came from a rearward position with a strong run late in the event.

Jester Halo brought up his first win in two years when he took out the 1550 metre second race.

Being under the care of Mount Gambier horseman Daryl Kolpin and guided to victory by Christine Puls Jester Halo came from a worse than midfield position to win.

Perfect Route continued his good from when he took out the 1400 metre third race.

Being under the care of Mick Huxtable at Murray Bridge and ridden Ryan Hurdle Perfect Route was well placed.

Resuming from a spell Sacred Walk led all the way to give trainer Marilyn Smith and hoop Jason Holder victory in the 1250 metre fourth race.

Jason Holder brought up a running double when he rode Zoffala to a win in the 1950 metre fifth race.

Being under the care of Calvin and Tony McEvoy Zoffala brought up successive wins but was forced to fight off a determined challenge in the straight from the second placegetter Jackthegiantslayer.

Jason Holder brought up a perfect hat-trick when he rode Ambidazzle to a win in the 1400 metre sixth race.

Being under the care of Phillip Stokes and being in the placings for his three previous starts Ambidazzle came from the middle of the field with a strong run in the latter stages of the race.

Coming off a last start fourth at Gawler Exalted Lauretta made it five wins from forty-two starts when she won the 1000 metre seventh race.

Giving Jason Holder his fourth win for the day the Grant Young prepared Exalted Lauretta came from well back with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Jake Toeroek broke the spell of Jason Holder when he guided Lucky Fish to a win in the 1250 metre eighth race.

Trained at Sutton Grange by Brett Stanley, Lucky Fish led all the way.

Leading rider Todd Pannell had to wait until the last race to bring up a win. He guided Darlamax to victory in a race which was run over 1550 metres. 

Trained at Cranbourne by Mark Webb Darlamax was well placed in winning his second race from eight starts.
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