Morphettville Parks Races Review - 1st August 2020

Jockey Jake Toeroek gave the new racing season on a good note when he rode Chosen blonde to a win in the opening event of 1000 metres on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Prepared by Chris Bieg and having her second start after a spell Chosen Blonde  had no trouble in winning when the filly led all the way.

After training in partnership for several seasons Natasha Storr landed her first winner as a sole trainer when Double Blue won the 1250 metre second race.

Having the services of Paul Gatt the four year old mare was another to lead all the way.

Brimarvi Vehero lived up to his last start second at Gawler when he won the 1000 metre third race.

Prepared at Murray Bridge by Sam Burford and having the services of Dom Tourneur Brimarvi Vehero continued the run of well placed runners to win.

Hoop Jake Toeroek brought up his second win for the afternoon when he rode Rex Goliath to victory in the 2250 metre fourth race.

Prepared at Strathalbyn by Dennis O'Leary and coming off a last start fourth at Port Augusta, Rex Goliath continued the pattern of front running winners.

Last season's top jockey Todd Pannell put his name on the new season's winner's board when Silverhawk took out the 1250 metre fifth race.

Being under the care of Will Clarken Silverhawk reversed the trend of front runner winners when he came from last with a withering run in the straight to take the event.

Apprentice Sophie Logan continued her good run when she rode Left Hand Man to victory in the 1400 metre sixth race.

Prepared on the Morphettville track by Jon O'Connor Left Hand Man came from a rearward position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Territory Titan continued his excellent run of wins when he landed his fourth victory in a row in the 1550 metre seventh race.

Having the services of apprentice Caitlin Jones and coming out of the Bordertown stable of James Dodgson Territory Titan led nearly all the way and finished the race with a convincing win.

Wounded Soldier continued a good run of form when he took out the 1300 metre final event.

Being under the care of Murray Bridge based trainer Karen Byrnes and guided to victory by Barend Vorster, Wounded Soldier came from a better than midfield position with a strong run late in the event.

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