Morphettville Races Review - 2nd November 2019

Bordertown trainer Jeffrey Searle landed his second winner in three days when Wings of Pastrami took out the 1200 metre opening event at Morphettville on Saturday.

Having its second run after a spell the Paul Gatt guided Wings of Pastrami came from the rear of the field with a strong run in the straight to win.

Holy Dancer landed her second win from seven starts when she took out the 1538 metre second race.

Guided to victory by apprentice Gary Lo the Phillip Stokes prepared Holy Dancer led all the way.

The training duo of Tony and Calvin McEvoy was well pleased with the second up win of Secret Blaze in the 1600 metre third race.

Piloted to victory by Barend Vorster Secret Blaze came from a midfield position to win.

Jockey Paul Gatt landed his second winner for the day when Korodon took out the 1800 metre fourth race.

Giving Richard and Chantelle Jolly the second leg of a two state double Korodon came from a better than midfield position with a strong run late in the event.

Trainer Grant Young continued on his winning way when his charge Exalted Trail took out the 1200 metre fifth race.

Guided to victory by Jason Holder Exalted Trail came from fourth with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Murray Bridge based trainer Grant Young brought up the second leg of a running double when Exalted Dee took out the 1600 metre sixth race.

Giving hoop Jason Holder the second leg of a running double Exalted Dee came from last on the home turn to power home.

The Phillip Stokes prepared Octane made it three successive wins in the 1100 metre seventh race.

Guided to victory by apprentice Kayla Crowther Octane settled at the rear of the field before releasing a powerful run form the top of the straight.

Patrons were on the edge of their seats before Debt Collector was declared the winner, in a very tight photo, of the 1200 metre final event.

Guided by Raquel Clark the Stuart Padman trained Debt Collector settled well back before unleashing a strong run when the field was well into the straight.

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