Morphettville Parks Races - 26th September 2020

The promising three-year-old filly Quietly Discreet proved herself to be a worthy of her early reputation when she won her second race from four starts in the 1250 metre opening on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Trainer : PHILLIP STOKES Picture: Racing Photos

Prepared by Phillip Stokes and guided to victory by Kayla Crowther Quietly Discreet  was well placed and her stable mate the Jake Toeroek ridden Bottom Line gave the stable the quinella.

Apprentice Caitlin Jones returned to the winner's list when Regalo Di Gaetano took out the 1550 metre second race.

Prepared by Richard and Chantelle Jolly, Regalo Di Gaetano was last before looming up four wide to take the event.

Leading trainer Michael Hickmott was well pleased with the win of Oath of Omerta in the 1550 metre third race.

Facing the starter for the first the Todd Pannell piloted Oath of Omerta was well placed and won in the a tight finish with Hickmott indicating the colt could be his representative in next year's SA Derby of 2500 metres.

Murray Bridge based trainer Mick Huxtable was well pleased with the win of Ritratto in the 1550 metre fourth race.

Guided to victory by hoop Ryan Hurdle, Ritratto led all the way.

Star Hills brought up his fourth win in a row when he took out the 1000 metre fifth race.

Prepared by Bob Richard at Murray Bridge and having the services of Jason Holder, Star Hills came from last to record a last stride win.

John Hickmott was the third Murray Bridge trainer to grace the winner's circle when Classy Joe took out the 2250 metre sixth race.  

Piloted by Jeffrey Maund Classy Joe began well before drifting back to a midfield position but was able to muster enough speed once more to go on to record his seventh win from thirty-one starts.

The Naracoorte mother and son training duo of Sue and Jason Jaensch were all smiles when Alsvior continued his good run when he took out the 1300 metre seventh race.

Steered to victory by Paul Gatt and bringing up his fourth victory in five starts Alsvior  came from a worse than midfield position with a strong run late in the event.

Having its first start in SA Maid In Milan gave Strathalbyn trainer Kristi Evans victory in the final event 1250 metres.

Guided to a good win by Justin Potter Maid In Milan came from a rearward position to charged home to win.

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