Morphettville Races Review - 29th June 2019

Cranbourne trainer Richard Laming got his day off to a good start when Hard Press opened his winning account in the 1250 metre opening event at Morphettville on Saturday.

Having the services of Raquel Clark Hard Press was untroubled by leading all the way.

Victorian apprentice Jessica Eaton joined forces with mentor Travis Doudle when his charge Polar Vortex led all the way to win the 1550 metre second race.

Apprentice Georgina Cartwright made it a hat trick of wins for the girls when she rode Toorak Smock to a win in the 1400 metre third race.

Prepared at St Leonards by Nicholas Roe Toorak Smock was untroubled in winning when he led all the way.

Raquel Clark landed the second leg of a double and a quartet of wins for the girls when she rode Super Swoop to his fourth win in succession in the 2400 metre fourth race.

Prepared by Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas, Super Swoop came from last with a withering run over the concluding stages to bring up his seventh win from twenty-eight starts.

Jessica Eaton kept the momentum going for the girls when she brought up a double on Wanaasa in the 1000 metre fifth race.  Resuming from a spell the Ryan Balfour prepared Wanaasa was another winner to lead all the way.

Todd Pannell broke the spell of the girls when he rode Columbia to victory in the 1000 metre sixth race.

Being under the care of Will Clarken and resuming from a spell Columbia came from a midfield position to record a last stride win.

Georgina Cartwright landed her second winner for the afternoon when she joined forces with Naracoorte trainer Sue Jaensch in the all-the-way win of Cavalry Gold in the 1550 metre seventh race.

Todd Pannell added his name to the list of doubles when he steered King Kabuto to a win in the 1400 metre final event.

Bringing up successive wins the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace prepared King Kabuto led all the way.

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