Morphettville Parks Races Review on 2nd October 2021

After being out of the saddle for nearly twelve months apprentice Teegan Voorham brought up her second city winner in a week when Hopon Harry took out the 1250 metre opening race on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Racecourse : Morphettville (Australia)
Racecourse : Morphettville (Australia)

Coming out of the Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas stable Hopon Harry  was well placed in a small field.

Retuning to racing after a spell Dexelation kept up the good record of co-trainers Richard and Chantelle Jolly in the 1000 metre second race.

Having the services of apprentice Jacob Opperman Dexelation settled in last position before coming around the field in the straight and going on to win.

A change of stable paid dividends when Squizzy Mizzy broke her maiden status in the 1000 metre third race.

Ridden by inform apprentice Gary Lo the Phillip Stoakes prepared Squizzy Mizzy came from a forward position to win.

Jockey Jason Holder continued his good run when he rode Crown Mint to victory in the 1550 metre fourth race.

Coming off a last start third the Gordon Richards and Damian Moyle prepared Crown Mint came from last to gain victory in tight finish.

The drop in distance did not bother Exalted Ambition who brought up his sixth win from thirty-three starts in the 1950 metre sixth race.

Having the services of Ryan Hurdle the Grant Young prepared Exalted Ambition led all the way.

Wylie Ol' Coyote reversed his forn when he run his first race in 750 days when he took out the 1400 metre sixth race.

Providing apprentice Jacob Opperman his second win for the afternoon the Denis O'Leary prepared Wylie Ol' Coyote gradually improved from last and powered home for a strong win.

The Murray Bridge training combination of john Hickmott and Carina Riggs continued their good run when Magnetic Edge won the 1400 metre seventh race.

Steered to a win by Jeffrey Maund Magnetic Edge came from a midfield position to record a good win.

Traner Andrew Clarken was all smiles when his charge Dantree, who was resuming from a spell, took out the 1000 metre eighth race.

Ridden by Anna Jordsjo Dantree was well placed in bringing up her second win from her sixth start.

Jason Holder landed his second winner for the day when So You Can took out the 1250 metre final event.

Giving the Macdonald Gluyas stable the bookends for the meeting So You Can was well placed.

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