Piloted to victory by ex-pat jockey Dwayne Dunn, She Shao Fly was well placed in bringing up her second victory from six starts.
Trainer tony McEvoy made it two wins from two races when Tan Tat Trusting won the 1400 metre second race.
Ridden by stable jockey Barend Vorster Tan Tat Trusting came from well back with a strong run over the concluding stages.
Magna Bella made it two wins in two starts when she won the 1050 metre third race.
Being under the care of Will Clarken and guided to victory by Jason Holder Magna Bella came from well back, running on strongly.
Trainer Will Clarken landed a running double when his charge Split Lip took out the 1200 metre fourth race.
Piloted by Todd Pannell Split Lip came from midfield with a strong run over the concluding stages.
After taking the points last Saturday Damien Oliver brought up a win when he rode Miss Identify to a win in the 1800 metre fifth race
Making it two wins in succession the Travis Doudle trained Miss Identify came from a midfield position, charging home late in the event.
After having to forgo a ride in a Group 3 race earlier in the day due to his flight from Melbourne being delayed, hoop John Allen bounced back when his mount So We Are took out the 1600 metre listed Adelaide Guineas.
Coming out of the Phillip Stokes stable at Morphettville, So We Are was another runner to come from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.
Being the only girl in the race Qafila gave the boys a solid beating when she won the Group 12 SA Derby which was run over 2500 metres.
Under the care of David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig and guided to victory by Cory Parish Qafila was well placed throughout the event.
Trainer Will Clarken made it three wins for the day when Parsifal won the final event of 1100 metres.Steered to victory by Jake Toeroek Parsifal raced in a forward position to bring up win number five from eleven starts