Murray Bridge Races Review on 3rd July 2021

Jockey Todd Pannell opened the day well when his mount Noname Lane took out the opening event which was run over 1000 metre at Murray Bridge on Saturday.

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Resuming from a spell the Will Clarken prepared Noname Lane  came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Trainer Jon O'Connor may have a special juvenile in his stable after the win of Belle of Yorkes in the 1200 metre second race.

Guided to victory by Karl Zechner and bringing up her first win at start 2 Belle of Yorkes came from a rearward position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Pindaric  proved to be a model of consistency when he brought up his fifth win from five starts in the 1200 metre third race.

Prepared at Murray Bridge by Michael Hickmott and having the services of Jessica Eaton, Pindaric was well placed throughout the event.

Zoushine  was the second winner to win first up after a spell in the 1200 metre fourth race.

Ridden by Barend Vorster and coming out of the Ballarat stable of Tony and Calvin McEvoy Zoushine came from well back to win.

Now in the care of David Jolly at Goolwa, the former Cairn Maher and David Eustace prepared She's a Karaka took out the 1600 metre fifth race.

Guided to victory by Kayla Crowther, She's A Karaka came from well back with a strong run to meet with success.

Todd Pannell landed his 100th winner for the season when he guided He's a Balter to a win in the 1000 metre sixth race.

Bringing up a double for both Pannell and trainer will Clarken He's a Balter came from a worse than midfield position to bring up win number four from twenty-two starts.

Just Folk brought up his fourth win from ten starts when he took out the 1400 metre seventh race.

Being under the care of Josh Julius and ridden by Melissa Julius Just Folk, was well placed throughout.

Coming off a last start fourth Irish Butterfly took out the 1800 metre eighth race.

Being under the care of Henry Dwyer at St Leonards the Mitch Aitken guided Irish Butterfly was well placed.

Trainer Michael Hickmott finished the day on a high note when Munster gave him a double in the 1200 metre final event.

Giving Jessica Eaton her second winner for the day Munster started well and  settled fourth before going on to win.

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