Morphettville Races Review on 19th September 2021

Co-trainers Richard and Chantelle Jolly started the day off well when the three-year-old Karacasu took out the opening event of 1100 metre at Morphettville on Saturday.

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Having the services of Jake Toeroek and resuming from a spell Karacasu  came from a rearward position to power home in the straight.

Coming off a close second at Penola Thrill Kill  went one better and won the 1200 metre second race.

Trained at Mount Gambier by Peter Hardacre the Ryan Hurdle ridden Thrill Kill came from a midfield position to bring up win number three from ten starts.

The Morphettville stable of Phillip Stokes continued its god run when the three-year-old filly Ballynora took out the 1200 metre third race.

Resuming from a spell the Kayla Crowther guided Ballynora  came from a forward position with a strong un to register a last stride win.

The Phillip Stokes stable brought up a race to race double when Huffington won the 1050 metre fourth race.

Piloted by apprentice Gary Lo Huffington was served well from the start and maintained a front running display to win.

Coming off a previous start second at the Ballarat synthetic track Rock the Ring gave hoop Barend Vorster a win in the 1200 metre fifth race.

Having its fifth start for Tony and Calvin McEvoy, Rock the Ring led all the way.

Murray Bridge trainers John Hickmott and Carrina Riggs were well pleased with the success of All Hard Wood in the 2000 metre sixth race.

Guided to victory by Jeffrey Maund, All Hard Wood came from a midfield position with a strong run late in the event.

Richard and Chantelle Jolly scored their second win for the afternoon when Wild Imagination took out the 1600 metre seventh race.

Bringing up a double for jockey Jake Toeroek, Wild Imagination came from a better than midfield position to bring up her second win from six starts.

Jockey Gary Lo proved himself one of the good apprentices in SA when he brought up a double on Free of Debt in the listed W H Wylie Handicap which was run over 1100 metres.

Being under the care of Chris Bieg, Free of Debt was well positioned in winning dis second race in succession.

Being under the care of Ryan Balfour All in War scored her first win in 648 days when she won the 1100 metre final event

Ridden by apprentice Ben Price All in War came from a midfield position to register her third win from twenty-five starts.

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