Morphettville Races Review on 25th April 2021

Trainer Ryan Balfour continued his good run when the three-year-old gelding Mr Tee Kay won the 1000 metre opening race at Morphettville on the Parks track on Saturday.


Recording his first win at start two the Dom Tourneur  ridden Mr Tee Kay led all the way.

Goolwa trainer David Jolly landed his third winner in three days when Streetcar stranger took out the 1000 metre second race.

Having the services of Kayla Crowther, who also landed her third winner in three days, Streetcar Stranger came from well back to round off the event in strong fashion.

Aiguilette  returned to winning form when he took out the 1300 metre third event.

Prepared at Strathalbyn by John Macmillan and ridden by apprentice Stacey Metcalfe Aiguilette came from a midfield position to meet with success.

Top Victorian rider Damien Lane showed his strength when he rode Mister Yu Shu  to his first win in 578 days in the 1400 metre fourth race.

Prepared at Mornington by Jim Conlon Mister Yu Shu settled well and continued in a forward position going on to win with a late charge.

Damien Lane brought up a Melbourne double when he steered Over There to her fourth win from thirty-nine starts in the 1200 metre fifth race.

Prepared at Warrnambool to the line by Sharon foster Over There  came from a midfield position with a strong run to win.

Making her SA debut Incredulous Dream brought up a stakes win when she won the listed H C Nitschke Stakes which was contested over 1400 metres.

Having the services of Barend Vorster and coming out of the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable at Cranbourne, Incredible Dream came with a strong rails run over the concluding stages.

Damien Lane landed his third success for the day when he rode Groundswell to victory in the City of Adelaide Handicap which was run over 1400 metres.

Coming out of the Flemington stable of Anthony and Sam Freedman Groundswell raced in a forward position throughout the listed race.

Cloudy brought up  her second black type win in a fortnight when she took out the Group 3 Breeders' Stakes which was run over 1200 metres on the main track.

Prepared by James Cummings and guided to victory by Todd Pannell Cloudy was well placed throughout the event.

The three-year-old Royal Mile proved his toughness when he led all the way to take out the Group 3 Chairman's Stakes of 2040 metres also on the main track.

Prepared at Mount Gambier by Lee Creek and having the services of apprentice Jacob Opperman Royal Mile will be a real contender for the Group 1 SA Derby which will be runover 2500 metres on May 8.


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