Having the services of Jake Toeroek and coming out of the Richard and Chantelle Jolly stable Keep Reading settled well before getting to the lead late in the event.
Jason Holder kept his good run in tacked when Winning Weather took out the 1050 metre second race.
Prepared by co-trainers Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas Winning Weather settled well in fourth place before going on to win.
Mount Gambier trainer Belinda O'Loughlin made the trip to Morphettville worthwhile when her charge Muntham Missile took out the 2500 metre third race.
Piloted to victory by Dom Tourneur Muntham Missile came from a midfield position with a strong run in the straight to bring up win number nine from thirty-two starts.
Jason Holder landed his second winner for the day when So Say Angel won the 1050 metre fourth race.
Returning from a spell and starting for the second time the Ryan Balfour so Say Angel was seen running on from a midfield position.
The newly formed training partnership of John Hickmott and Carrina Riggs scored their second winner in seven days when Classy Joe took out the 1050 metre fifth race.
Having the services of Jeffrey Maund and bringing up successive wins Classy Joe came from a better than midfield position and powered home to win.
Behemoth defended his Spring Stakes crown when he won the race on protest.
Being under the care of Goolwa trainer David Jolly and guided to victory by Kayla Crowther Behemoth was well placed throughout the 1200 metre Group 3 event and will now progress to the 1200 metre Memsie Stakes at Caulfield in a fortnight.
Trainer Ryan Balfour scored his second winner for the day when Picargo took out the 1200 metre seventh race.
Guided to victory by apprentice Jacob Opperman Picargo came from a midfield position with a strong run in the straight.
Riding in superb form Jason Holder landed his third winner when Turfitt took out the 1514 metre eighth race.
Bringing up the first city winner for their newly formed partnership the Gordon Richards and Damien Moyle prepared Turfitt came from a midfield position to win.
Todd Pannell landed his 1000th winner when he steered Naleigh to a win in the 1100 metre final event.
Trained by Will Clarken Naleigh came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages to bring up win number two from eight starts.