Morphettville Races Review on 15th March 2022

Jockey Jamie Kah won her first Adelaide Cup and her fourth winner for the day when Daqiansweet Junior took out the Group 2 event which was run over 3200 metres.

DAQIANSWEET JUNIOR winning the Mirasan.Com Hcp at Moonee Valley in Australia.
DAQIANSWEET JUNIOR winning the Mirasan.Com Hcp at Moonee Valley in Australia. Picture: Racing Photos

Giving trainer Phillip Stokes his second win in the SA feature event Daqiansweet Junior  came from a worse than midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages of the event.

The three-year-old Mac 'N' Cheese  lived up to her early reputation when she won the 1200 metre opening event at Morphettville on Monday.

Prepared by Tony and Calvin McEvoy the Barend Vorster guided Mac 'N' Cheese came from well back with a strong run late in the event.

Jockey Jamie Kah landed successive Cinderella Stakes of 1050 metres when she guided Bistro to her second win.

Trained by Anthony and Sam Freedman Bistro was never troubled and led all the way.

Jamie Kah landed the second leg of a running double when she rode Tully's Gold to a win in the 1600 metre third race.

Being under the care of Ryan Balfour Tully's Gold settled well before going on to win with Balfour saying a long-range prospect for the gelding may be the listed 1600 metre Balaklava Cup in September.

Jockey Todd Pannell was full of praise for the lightly raced Great Diviner the winner of the 1050 metre fourth race.

Coming out of the Will Clarken stable Great Diviner came from well back in the field with a strong run in the straight to win.

The run of co-trainers Cairon Maher and David Eustace continued when Black Sail won the listed C S Hayes Memorial Cup which was run over 1600 metres.

Having the services of Harry Coffey, Black Sail led all the way.

Jamie Kah landed a hat-trick of wins when Ironclad took out the listed Matrice Stakes which was run over 1200 metres.

Being under the care of Will Clarken Ironclad came from a worse than midfield position to register a win in a listed event with Will Clarken saying he could have his next start in Sydney.

Cranbourne based trainer Clinton McDonald was well pleased with the win of Ancient Girl in the listed Morphettville Guineas of 1600 metres.

Giving Jamie Kah her fifth winner for the afternoon Ancient Girl was well placed.

Sparkup went one better to his previous form when he took out the 1200 metre final event.

Prepared by Richard and Chantelle Jolly and having the services of Damian Lane Sparkup came from a middle of the field to meet with success.

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