A second time starter the Todd Pannell ridden The Multiplier gradually improved from a worse than midfield position.
Tony and Calvin McEvoy landed the second leg of a two state double when Frank Pinot took out the 1200 metre second race.
Coming off a previous start second at Sale the Barend Vorster guided Frankie Pinot came from a better than midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.
The consistent Bertwhistle landed her tenth win form thirty-one starts in the 2500 metre third race.
Being under the care of Daryl Dodson at Telopea Downs the Sophie Logan ridden Bertwhistle came from a midfield position to land the prize in an exciting finish.
Apprentice Jessica Eaton took full advantage took full advantage of her 2kg claim when she continued her good run when her mount Gougers took out the 1050 metre fourth race.
Being under the care of John Hyam and resuming racing after a spell Gougers was well placed.
Young Morphettville trainer Luke O'Connor was all smiles when his charge Waikato Express took out the 1800 metre fifth race.
Having the services of Eran Boyd Waikato Express was another well placed runner to win.
Jockey Eran Boyd landed her second winner for the afternoon when her mount Pindaric took out the 1200 metre sixth race.
Trained by Michael Hickmott who is having a fornomanal run Pindaric was the first to begin and maintained a forward position throughout the event.
The 'trainer of the moment' Michael Hickmott continued his good luck when the win of the former New Zealand horse Lord Vladivostok gave him a race to race double in the 1600 metre seventh race.
Giving Todd Pannell his second winner for the afternoon Lord Vladivostok was another winner to be well placed and could be a nice Adelaide Cup prospect next March.
The training partnership of Sue and Jason Jaensch continued its good run when Alsvior took out the 1200 metre eighth race.
Guided to victory by Paul Gatt and having his second run in from a spell Alsvior came from midfield position with a strong late run to win and may be a contender for the 1500 metre Gawler Cup next month.
Then three-year-old filly Instant Celebrity proved she could be a main contender for fillies events during the spring carnival when she won the 1100 metre final event.
Coming out of the Morphettville stable of Phillip Stokes and guided to victory by Jake Toeroek Instant Celebrity came from last to charge home to win in the last stride.