Murray Bridge Races Review on 07th August 2021

Talented apprentice Sophie Logan started the new season off in fine style when she guided Free of Debt to a win in the 1000 metre opening event at Murray Bridge on Saturday.

Racecourse : Murray Bridge (Australia)
Racecourse : Murray Bridge (Australia) Picture: Press Photo

Trained by Chris Bieg and winning his first race in over nine hundred and thirty days, Free Of Debt  was well placed throughout the event.

Not having won since taking out the Casterton Cup in May 2020 Under Oath took out the 2000 metre second race.

Ridden by Mitch Aitken and trained at Ballarat by Henry Dwyer, Under Oath  was well in contention throughout the event.

Trainer Jon O'Connor continued his good run when Left Hand Man  took out the 1400 metre third race.

Having the services of Jason Holder Left Hand Man came from well back with a withering run to win.

Jockey Jason Holder landed the second leg of a running double when Manhatten Times took out the 1200 metre fourth race.

Being under the care of Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas Manhatten Times came from a worse than midfield position to win.

Punters were in a state of shock after the win of Wurlies Lastchance in the 1200 metre fifth event.

A pick-up ride for Eran Boyd after Dylan Caboche could not make the weight of 54 kg the Lindsay Cadzow prepared Wurlies Lastchance came with a late charge to bring up her fourth win from twenty-one starts.

John Hickmott and Carena Riggs are celebrating the first win of a training partnership after the win of Marina in the 1600 metre sixth race.

Having the services of Anna Jordsjo Marina was well placed.

Rusty Halo  became a track specialist winning its second successive race at Murray Bridge in the 1000 metre seventh race.

Having the services of Caitlin Jones the Bill Bogarts prepared Rusty Halo was another well placed winner.

Yulong Code  maintained his from when he brought up successive wins in the 1200 metre eighth race.

Prepared at Pakenham by Peter Moody and guided to victory by Paul Gatt Yulong Code came from a forward position to record his third win in eight starts.

Murray Bridge based trainer Stuart Padman was well pleased with his charge Morialta when he brought up his third win in five starts in the 1400 metre final event.

Having the services of talented apprentice Jamie Opperman Morialta came from last on the home turn and powered home to win.

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