Morphettville Parks Races Review on 13th March 2021

Jockey Kayla Crowther landed her seventh win in six days when she rode Brother’s Shadow to a win in the 1000 metre opening race on the Parks track at Morpehttville on Saturday.

Winning his second race at his second start the Travis Doudle trained Brother's Shadow  led all the way.

The training combination of Matthew Ellerton and Simon Zahra broke through early when Propelle took out the 1000 metre second race.

Guided to victory by Todd Pannell, Propelle came from a midfield position with a strong run over the last 100 metres.

Todd Pannell brought up a race to race double when Beau Rossa took out the 1000 metre third event.  Coming out of the Morphettville stable of Will Clarken and resuming after a spell Beau Rossa was no farther back then second for the entire journey.

Trainer Travis Doudle brought up a double when Casino Seventeen  took out the 1400 metre fourth race.

Guided to victory by Paul Gatt and bringing up his second win in succession Casino Seventeen led all the way and will now contest the listed Port Adelaide Guineas which will be run over 1800 metres on April 10.

The three-year-old Zero Inn brought up his first win at his first start in the 1250 metre maiden handicap of 1250 metres.

Prepared at Murray Bridge by Sue and Jason Jaensch the Anna Jordsjo ridden Zero Inn  maintained a forward position throughout the event. 

Young Morphettville trainer Travis Doudle landed his first city treble when Spanish Heirloom took out the 1000 metre sixth race.

Having jockey Ryan Hurdle in the saddle Spanish Heirloom brought up her fourth win in a row and continued the run of front running winners.

The consistent Angaston brought up win number four from twenty-three starts in the 1400 metre seventh race.

Ridden by apprentice Jacob Opperman and mentored by horseman Jon O'Connor Angaston was not very far off the pace throughout the event.

Monraaj brought up his first win in two and a half years when he won the 1550 metre eighth race.

Coming out of the Ryan Balfour stable the Barend Vorster ridden Monraaj was well placed, racing fourth before a late burst of speed ran down the leader Fulton Street on the post. 

The mother and son training duo of Sue and Jason Jaensch landed their second winner for the day when Skilled Bunch won the 1250 metre final event.

Guided to victory by Paul Gatt, Skilled Bunch began well and continued a forward run before going on to win.

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