Morphettville Parks Races Review on 6th June 2021

Dual trainers Richard and Chantelle Jolly landed their third winner in three days when the two-year-old filly Somewatt Fabulous took out the opening race of 1250 metres on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

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A $45,000 purchase at an Inglis Classic Sale in Sydney the Jake Toeroek guided Somewatt Fabulous  was well placed.

Tanja's Dream  brought up her third successive win when she took out the 1000 metre second race.

Giving trainer Travis Doudle his third winner in eight days the Ryan Hurdle guided Tanja's Dream led all the way.

Short Stories  landed his first winner at start three when he took out the 1300 metre third race.

Coming out of the Will Clarken stable and having the services of Kayla Crowther Short Stories came from third with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Bought as an unraced horse in New Zealand by trainer Kirsti Evans Cashin' Chex took out the 1400 metre fourth race.

Guided by Justin Potter Cashin' Chez came from a midfield position with a rails run to register his second win from sixteen starts.

Jockey Todd Pannell is making a bold bid to win the SA jockey's premiership when he rode Start of Uma to a win in the 1400 metre fifth race.

Prepared at the Angaston stable of Tony and Calvin McEvoy, Star of Uma was not far from the lead for the entire race.

After an absence of eight weeks due to injury jockey Paul Gatt returned to racing with a win on Larimer Street in the 1000 metre sixth race.

Being under care of David Jolly Larimer Street - a stakes winner at Moonee Valley - came from a midfield position with a strong run along the rails to meet with success.

Jockey Jake Toeroek landed his second winner for the day when Poysed to Rein took out the 1250 metre seventh race.

Giving co-trainers Richard and Chantelle Jolly a double Poysed to Rein came from a worse than midfield position to record a strong win.

After running fourth at Flemington at its previous start the Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas prepared Pearl Bandit landed a win in the 1550 metre eighth race.

Having the services of Jason Holder Pearl Bandit came from a worse than midfield position to bring up win number six from thirty-two starts.

Lord Bouzeron  brought up his first win in 330 days when he took out the 2250 metre final event.

Giving his jockey Jessica Eaton a well timed win the Michael Hickmott prepared Lord Bouzeron was well placed in a strung-out affair.

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