Morphettville Parks Races - 24th October 2020

After a terrific win by Hey Dock in the Manikato Stakes on Friday night the father and son team of Tony and Calvin McEvoy got straight down to business when Renegade took out the 1400 metre opening event on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Trainers: TONY & CALVIN MCEVOY  Picture: Racing and Sports

Piloted to victory by Jason Holder Renegade  was in the first two throughout the event.

Having her second run after a spell You Hadme At Hello gave team McEvoy an early double when she won the 1400 metre second race.

Having the services of apprentice Jessica Eaton You Hadme At Hello led all the way.

Trainer Ryan Balfour was well pleased with the opening run of Tradewind in the 1000 metre third rave.

An $18,000 purchase at the 2018 Adelaide Magic Millions Yearling Sale Tradewind was guided to victory by Jake Toeroek and was seen running on from a near last position.

Apprentice Jessica Eaton landed her second winner for the meeting when she rode Cannot Be Serios to a win in the 1550 metre fourth race.

Prepared at Murray Bridge by Michael Hickmott, Cannot Be Serios settled well before going on o win.

Apprentice Sophie Logan landed her eighth winner for the season when Mrs Hyde took out the 1000 metre fifth race.

Retuning to racing after a spell the Graham Fryer prepared Mrs Hyde led all the way.

Jockey Jason Holder brought up a double when he rode Dr Dependable to victory in the 1950 metre fifth race.

Prepared by Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas and coming off a last start second on the Parks track Dr Dependable was well placed.

Jessica Eaton landed her third winner for the day when she rode Miss Jane to victory in the 1250 metre seventh race.

Not having won for 706 days the Paul Seater prepared Miss Jane led all the way.

An $18,000 graduate of the Adelaide Magic Millions Yearling Sale, Trip brought up a hat-trick of wins when she took out the 1300 metre eighth race.

Trained at Goolwa by David Jolly and having the services of Todd Pannell Trip led all the way.

Hoop Jake Toeroek landed his second winner for the when Aadelad took out the 1000 metre final event.

Being under the care of co-trainers Wayne Francis and Glen Kent at Strathalbyn Aadelad came from a worse than midfield position with a strong run late in the event to bring up his sixth win from twenty-eight starts.

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