Morphettville races review on 9th October 2021

Apprentice Ben Price added another winner to his impressive record when Philonize won the opening race of 1100 metres at Morphettville on Saturday.

Picture: SA Jockey Club

Prepared by Strathalbyn trainer Dion Koch Philonize  led all the way to bring up her second win from four starts.

Coming off a last start second on the Parks track Slipintothis went one better when he took out the 2500 metre second race.

Prepared at the Plumpton stable of Patrick Payne the Todd Pannell guided Slipintothis gradually improved from a midfield position.

The father and son training combination of Anthony and Sam Freedman were well pleased when The Billionaire took out the 1200 metre third race.

Having the services of In-form hoop Ryan Hurdle and finishing second at his previous start The Billionaire led all the way.

Anthony and Sam Freedman landed the second leg of a race to race double when Cerberus took out the listed Hill Smith Stakes which was run over 1800 metres.

Ridden by Todd Pannell Cerberus came from well back with a withering run over the concluding stages.

In-from hoop Ryan Hurdle continued his good winning strike rate when Spin the Reward took out the 1050 metre fifth race.

Having his first start after a spell and trained at Mount Gambier by Peter Hardacre Spin the Reward came from a midfield position with a late run in the straight to win.

Murray Bridge trainer Stuart Padman scored his second city winner for the week when Morialta  took out the 1600 metre sixth race.

Guided to victory by Kayla Crowther Morialta came from well back to snatch a last stride win.

Racing third up after a spell and piloted by Barend Vorster Rock the Ring took out the 1100 metre seventh race.

Coming out of the Angaston stable of Tony and Calvin McEvoy Rack the Ring led all the way.

Jockey Jason Holder stretched his lead on the city jockey's premiership when he rode Another Award to a win I the 1200 metre eighth race.

Coming out of the Macdonald/Gluyas stable Another Award came from midfield with a late run over the concluding stages.

Mornington based trainer Jason Cannon brought up his first city winner and his first success in seven years when Outpost won the final event of 1200 metres.

Having the services of apprentice Teagan Voorham Outpost came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

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