Morphettville Races Review - 06th July 2019

Trainer Patrick Payne and apprentice Tahlia Hope opened the program in great style when Street Sheik led all the way to win the 1800 metre opening event at Morphettville on Saturday.

Apprentice Liam Riordan brought up the second victory for the Victorians when he guided Balcazar to success in the 1600 metre second race.

Coming out of the Mornington stable of Matt Laurie Balcazar came with a strong run late in the event.

Breaking his maiden at his second start the Mark Kavanagh Santorini Summer kept the momentum going for Victorian trained horses when he took out the 1100 metre third race.

Having he services of former SA top rider Joe Bowditch Santorini Summer settled well before going on to win.

Coming off a last start Gawler second More Than Ever gave trainer Tony McEvoy a win in the 2000 metre fourth race.

Having the services of Raquel Clark, More Than Ever came from a midfield position, with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Apprentice Tahlia Hope and trainer Patrick Payne landed their second winner for the day when Howlowcanyougo took out the 1600 metre fifth race.

Coming from the rear of the field Howlowcanyougo came with a strong run over the concluding stages to win narrowly and bring up win number three from three starts.

Freshwater Creek based trainer Jamie Edwards was well pleased with the win of his charge Fill the flute in the 1050 metre sixth race.

Ridden by apprentice Georgina Cartwright, who kept the winning strike rate going for the Victorian raiders, Fill the Flute led all the way.

Kyneton trainer George Osborne continued the onslaught of Victorian stables to win when his charge Toolbar took out the 1200 metre seventh race.

Ridden by Jessica Eaton Toolbar came from a worse than midfield position and finished off with a strong run to the line.

Raquel Clark made it a double for the day when she rode Bold Star to victory in the 1200 metre final event.

Being under the care of mentor Gordon Richards Bold Star came from a better than midfield position to power home.


Racing and Sports