Morphettville Parks races review on 23rd October 2021

Apprentice Ben Price started the day off rode Rastelli to her first win at her first start in the in opening race on the Parks circuit at Morphettville on Saturday.

Trainer : Lloyd Kennewell
Trainer : Lloyd Kennewell Picture: Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Prepared at Caulfield by Lloyd Kennewell Rastelli showed a clean pair of heels throughout the 1000 metre event.

Caulfield trainer Lloyd Kennewell landed an early double when his charge Strategy  took out the 1000 metre second race.

Piloted to victory by leading jockey Jason Holder Strategy came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages of the event.

The Angaston stable of Tony and Calvin McEvoy landed its second winner in 24 hours when Star Of Chaos  took out the 1300 metre third race.

Winning her second successive race the Barend Vorster guided Star of Chaos jumped well and maintained a forward position.

The Gawler training establishment of Gary and Nicole Searle and Briana Callanan was another team to land their second winner in 24 hours when Iowa Hawkeye took out the 1550 metre fourth race.

Having the services of Dylan Caboche Iowa Hawkeye raced in a forward position to bring up win number 3 from 25 starts.

After a long run of outs Thompson's Reward rewarded his trainer David Jolly with a win the 1000 metre fifth race.

Guided to victory by Paul Gatt Thompson's Reward gradually improved from a midfield position to bring up win number 6 from 37 starts.

Having his second run after a spell Terbium was too strong for his rivals in the 1250 metre sixth race.

Coming out of the Phillip Stokes stable the Kayla Crowther guided Terbium came from a worse than midfield position with a powerful run to win.

Smiling Assassin kept up his consistent form when he took out the 2250 metre seventh race.

Gided by Justin Potter the Wayne Francis and Glen Kent trained Smiling Assassin came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Apprentice Ben Price landed his second winner for the day when Renegade took out the 1400 metre eighth race.

Giving the father and son team of Tony and Calvin Mc Evoy a double when   Renegade came from a midfield position to meet with success in a tight finish.

Another Award made it successive wins on the Parks circuit when she took out the 1300 metre final event.

Being under the care of co-trainers Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas and having the services of Jason Holder Another Award came from well back to score a tight win.

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