Adelaide Cup Day Review

Flemington trainer Mark Kavanagh may have a good two-year-old on his hands after Seradess won the listed Cinderella Stakes of 1050 metres at Morphettville on Monday.

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Having the services of Jamie Kah Seradess  came from last on the home turn to put in a top performance to win.

Apprentice Will Price got himself on the winner's board when his mount Legend of Zorro took out the 1600 metre second race.

Prepared at Ballarat by Andrew Noblet, Legend Of Zorro  came with a strong finish from third to take the event.

The pride of SA and Victoria Jamie Kah brought up her second winner for the day when Echoes in Eternity took out the 1200 metre third race.

Being under the care of Murray Bridge trainer Michael Hickmott Echoes in Eternity powered home from a midfield position.

Jamie Kah landed her third winner when she led all the way on the Mick Price and Michael Kent jnr. prepared Night Raid in the listed Matrice Stakes of 1200 metres.

Apprentice Stacey Metcalfe celebrated International Women's Day in fine style when she joined forces with Murray Bridge trainer John Hickmott in the all-the-way win of Little Rich Boy in the 1050 metre fifth race.

Iron Clad won his second race in succession when he took out the listed C. S. Hayes Memorial Cup which was run over 1600 metres.

Prepared on the track by Will Clarken, Iron Clark was on the pace throughout the event.

Runner-up last year Good Idea went one better when he took out the Group 2 TAB Adelaide Cup which was run over 3200 metres.

Prepared at Packenham by Phillip Stokes and having the services of apprentice Ben Thompson Good Idea came from fourth with a strong run late in the event and a start in the 3200 metre Sydney Cup at Randwick next month is under consideration.

Young Morphettville trainer Travis Doudle was all smiles when his charge Struck By took out the coveted listed Morphettville Guineas of 1600 metres.

Bringing up three successive wins the Paul Gatt guided Struck By was well placed and fought on doggedly in the straight.

Apprentice Will Price brought up his second win for the day when he rode Viduka to a tight win in the 1200 metre final event.

Being under the care of Ryan Balfour, Viduka was not very far off the lead in recording his first win in nearly two years despite recording minor placings. 

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