Morphettville Parks Races Review on 13th November 2021

After running a solid third in the Gawler Cup a fortnight ago Noname Lane returned to the winner’s list when he took out the 1550 metre opening event on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Picture: SA Jockey Club

Ridden by apprentice Ben Price and coming out of the Will Clarken stable Noname Lane led all the way.

Young trainer Scott Westover kept his good strike rate going when Rising Legend took out the 1250 metre second race.

A third-time runner the Todd Pannell guided Rising Legend was in the first two throughout the event.

Trainer Heather Lehmann was well pleased with her first starter Emerald Court in winning her first race in the 1000 metre third race.

Ridden by Sophie Logan Emerald Court was an all the way winner.

Apprentice Jacob Opperman added another win to his tally when he rode Larkham to a win in the 1000 metre fourth race.

Trained by Ryan Balfour Larkham came from third with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Ballarat based trainer Matt Cumani tasted success when his charge Noble Heights took out the 2250 metre fifth race.

Having the services of Barend Vorster Noble Heights came from a better than midfield position with a strong run late in the event.

The David Jolly trained Trip continued the run of front running horses to win when he took out the 1250 metre sixth race and gave apprentice Sophie Logan her second winner for the afternoon.

Former South African co-trainers Gary and Dean Alexander brought up their first win in Australian soul when Brazen Force took out the 1950 metre seventh race.

Guided to victory by Barend Vorster Brazen Force was another runner to lead throughout the event.

Trainer Jon O'Connor continued his good strike rate in recent times when Our Deep Agenda took out the 1250 metre eighth race.

Having the services of Jason Holder Our Deep Agenda was one off the pace for the major part of the event.

Apprentice Ben Price rode his second winner for the day and the book-ends for the meeting when he steered Pinot Party to a win ii the 1400 metre final event.

Prepared at Stawell by Andrew Bobbin Pinot Party came from a rearward position with a strong run over the concluding stages of the event.

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