Morphettville Races Review - 6th October 2019

The impressive three-year-old Jacobite Prince, who is under the care of Phillip Stokes.

He was ridden by his apprentice Gary Lo led all the way to make it two wins from two starts in the 1250 metre opening race on the parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Coming off a last start fourth the Mick Huxtable prepared Hussy Bay took out the 1400 metre second race.

Guided to victory by apprentice Anna Jordsjo and having the advantage of barrier one Hussy Bay settled well in third position before going on to win.

Apprentice Teagan Voorham had to use all of her strength before Journica took out the 1400 metre third race.

Being under the care of in-form trainer Gordon Richards Journica was well placed before going on to open his winning account at start number four.

Dexter You Devil landed his second win in a fortnight on the Parks rack when he took out the 1550 metre fourth race.

Trained and ridden by Shayne Cahill Dexter You Devil came from last on the home turn with late run in the straight to win.

Murray Bridge trainer Mick Huxtable brought up his second winner for the afternoon when his charge Franked took out the 2250 metre fifth race.

Having the services of Todd Pannell, Franked came from well back to win in a tight photo finish.

Cross-country rider cum trainer was well pleased with the run of Celtic Blast in the 1000 metre sixth race.

Resuming from a spell and guided to victory by apprentice Georgina Cartwright Celtic Blast was well placed throughout.   

Jaguary is fast becoming a crowd favourite after he won his third successive race in the 1950 metre seventh event.

Bringing up his fourth win in five starts the Travis Doudle trained Jason Holder guided Jaguary came from a better than midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Phillip Stokes brought up his second win for the day when the four-year-old More Than Exceed took out the 1300 metre eighth race.

Coming off a last start seventh on the Parks track the Kayla Crowther ridden More Than Exceed was well placed.

Hoop Sairyn Fawke continued his good un when he scored an all the way win on th Bob Richards trained Exuus D'Oro in the 1300 metre final event.


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