Murray Bridge Races Review on 19th June 2021

Trainer Will Clarken was full of praise for the win of the two-year-old Bleriot in the opening raced of 1200 metre at Murray Bridge on Saturday.

Trainer: WILL CLARKEN Picture: Racing and Sports

Bringing up her second win from five starts the Todd Pannell ridden Bleriot  was well placed and will have her next start in a 1400 metre race for juveniles on the Parks track at Morphettville on July 24.

Azzureous  made it two wins on the Gifford Hill track when he took out the 2500 metre second race.

Coming out of the Peter Blanch stable at Morphettville and having the services of Kayla Crowther Azzureous was one off the pace for most of the journey.

After receiving the news on Friday that Inglis has chosen Gytrash  to fill its slot in this year's Everest Stakes trainer Gordon Richards had more reason to celebrate when Spinola Bay won the 1000 metre third race.

Having the services of Caitlin Jones Spinola Bay came with a late run from the rear of the field to win.

Taking no harm from a start at Murray Bridge last Sunday where he ran fourth Exalted Fire was too strong for his rivals in the 1600 metre fourth race.

Being under the care of Grant Young the Jason Holder guided Exalted Fire came from a worse than midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Jason Holder landed the second leg of a running double when he rode Atomic Lokade to a win in the 1000 metre fifth race.

Prepared at Strathalbyn by Grant Kluske and bringing up his second win in a benchmark 64 at this track Atomic Lokade was seen running on from a rearward position.

Having its first start after a spell the Tony and Calvin McEvoy prepared Zoist took out the 1400 metre sixth race.

Ridden by Barend Vorster and coming from a midfield position Zoist was seen running on nicely.

Trainer Phillip Stokes landed the second leg of a two-state double when Too Good Too Hard took out the 1200 metre seventh race.

Giving her rider Todd Pannell the second leg of a double Too Good Too Hard, who is destined for the breeding barn at Mill Park, came from a rearward position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Jockey Barend Vorster put in a tradesman like ride in bringing up a double on Scottish Dancer in the 1600 metre eighth race.

Trained by former NRL player Andrew Bobbin who learnt his trade when working for Gai Waterhouse and Matt Cumani, Scottish Dancer came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Hoop Todd Pannell finished the day on a high when Great Diviner brought up the final leg of a trerble for him in the 1200 metre final event.

Giving trainer Will Clarken a double Great Diviner came from a midfield position with a strong rails run late in the event to win.

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