Morphettville Parks Races Review on 20th November 2021

The promising three-year-old Arran Bay continued his winning run when he took out the 1300 metre opening race on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Racecourse : Morphettville
Racecourse : Morphettville Picture: SA Jockey Club

Coming out of the Phillip Stokes stable and having the services of apprentice Gary Lo Arron Bay was untroubled by leading nearly all the way.

The Philip Stokes stable landed an early double when Totally Discreet won the 1250 metre second race.

Guided to victory by Kayla Crowther Totally Discreet  was well placed, breaking her maiden status at her fifth start. 

Jockey Jason Holder continued his good run at the top of the jockey's premiership table when he rode Tequila Time to his second successive win in the 1000 metre third race.

Trained by Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas Tequila Time  continued the trend of front running horses to win.

Mount Gambier trainer Peter Hardacre continued his good strike rate when his charge Tahnee Tradition took out the 1300 metre fourth race.

Piloted by Paul Gatt Tahnee Tradition came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Jessica Eaton lanced her first city winner since completing a six-week suspension when she rode Unlaced to a win in the 1550 metre fifth race.

Being under the care of Michael Hickmott at Murray Bridge Unlaced led all the way.

Plumpton trainer Patrick Payne brought up a win in the 1950 metre sixth race when Medieval Miss was successful.

Guided to a good win by apprentice Jacob Opperman Medieval Miss came from a midfield position with a strong run late in the event.

The five-year-old mare Addictions brought up her second successive win on the Parks circuit when she took out the 1250 metre seventh race.

Being under the care of Port Augusta trainer Trevor Montgomerie and having the services of Todd Pannell Addictions was well placed in bringing up her fifth win from nine starts this time in.

The good friendship between David Jolly and jockey Paul Gatt continued when Appalachian gave them victory in the 1000 metre eighth race.

Resuming from a spell and winning first up for the second time in his career and giving Paul Gatt his second winner for the day Appalachian was well placed.

The training combination of Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas brought up a double when Midnight Storm took out the final event which was run over 1400 metres.

Ridden by apprentice Teagan Voorham Midnight Storm came from a midfield position to score a last stride win.

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