Murray Bridge Races Review

Six-year-old Tequila Time took his stake earnings to over $500,000 when he took out the 1000 metre opening race at Murray Bridge on Saturday.

Jockey : JASON HOLDER.
Jockey : JASON HOLDER. Picture: TheRacesSA

Rated well by jockey Jason Holder the Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas prepared Tequila Time  came from third with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Our Destrier landed his third win in a row and a successive win at Murray Bridge when he took out the 1600 metre second race.

Coming out of the Bendigo stable of Kim Hann the apprentice Ben Price guided Our Destrier came from a midfield position and was seen running on strongly in the latter stages of the event.

The first starter Water into Wine gave the training combination of Tony and Calvin McEvoy victory in the 1200 metre third race.

Ridden by stale jockey Barend Vorster, Water Into wine came from a rearward position with a strong outside run to win.

Coming off a last start third Angel Like went two placings better when she won the 1200 metre fourth race.

Prepared by Will Clarken and having Kayla Crowther as her rider Angel Like settled second and continued a forward run.

Trainer's Tony and Calvin McEvoy brought up their second winner for the day when Resurge took out the 2000 metre fifth race.

Giving jockey Barend Vorster his second winner for the day Resurge came from last with a withering in the straight to win.

Jockey Barend Vorster brought up his third winner when Charlton won the 1800 metre sixth race.

Prepared at Port Augusta by Breton Jones Charlton came from a better than midfield position and powered home to bring up win number seven from fifty-two starts.

Barend Vorster continued on his winning way when Night Passage gave him his fourth win for the day in the 1400 metre seventh race.

Giving Tony and Calvin a hat-trick of wins for the meeting Night Passage came from a worse than midfield position to produce a really strong finish late in the event.

The Eran Boyd ridden Lianne brought up her second win in a fortnight when she took out the 1200 metre eighth race.

Gaining a new lease of life since joining the Murray Bridge stable of Jordan Frew Lianne settled in a worse than midfield position before coming with a late run to meet with success.

Barend Vorster finished the day at Murray Bridge with a high five when he rode Desired to a win in the 1000 metre ninth race.

Giving Tony and Calvin McEvoy their fourth winner on the program Desired came from a worse than midfield position to win strikingly.


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