Morphettville Races - 31st October 2020

After Victoria Quay won a group 2 race at Flemington trainers Tony and Calvin McEvoy made it a two state double when Star Of Uma won the 1200 metre first race at Morphettville on Saturday.

Trainer: CALVIN MCEVOY  Picture: Racing and Sports

Bringing up successive wins the Barend Vorster guided Star Of Uma  led all the way. 

Kenyan Wonder returned to form in good style when she won the 1200 metre second race.

Prepared by Ryan Balfour and bringing up a consecutive double for Barend Vorster Kenyan Wonder came from a midfield position and is likely to have her next run in the listed City of Marion Stakes with the possibility of a start in the 1200 metre Christmas Handicap on December 12.

Trainer David Jolly was delighted with the second successive win of Biarchi in the 1800 metre third race.

Ridden by Kayla Crowther Biarchi came from a midfield position with a strong run late in the race and may be a contender for the Group 1 Schweppes Oaks and the Group 3 SA Fillies Classic next year.

Coffee Amour  returned to form when she took out the 1600 metre fourth race.

Giving apprentice Jessica Eaton her eighteenth winner for the season the Kylie Huxtable prepared Coffee Amour came from a rearward position and stormed home to win.

La Richesse lived up to her trial form last Tuesday morning when she won the 1500 metre fifth race.

Having her second run after a spell the Will Clarken rained and Todd Pannell guided La Richesse led all the way and is likely to take her place in the Happy Trails Series.

Jessica Eaton landed her second winner for the day when she steered Gougers to victory in the 1200 metre sixth race.

Prepared on the course by John Hyam the injury plagued Gougers was well placed in winning his fifth race from thirty-two starts.

Goolwa based trainer David Jolly landed his second winner when Thompson's Reward took out the 1100 metre seventh race.

Having the services of hoop Paul Gatt, who is having a good run, Thompson's Reward came from last on the home turn with a good run late in the event.

With the win of Kemalpasa at Flemington co-trainers Richard and Chantelle Jolly capped off a good day when Regalo Di Gaetano took out the listed John Letts Cup which was run over 1800 metres.

Giving stable apprentice Caitlin Jones her first stakes win the gelding came from a near last position with a strong run late in the event.

Jockey Todd Pannell landed his second winner for the day when the Pot Lincoln visitor Storm voyager took out the 1100 metre final event.

Coming off a last start second the Darryl Carrison prepared Storm voyager led all the way.

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