Morphettville Parks Races Review on 25th March 2022

The three-year-od gelding Jack’s on Ice provided the inform stable of Richard and Chantelle Jolly with a win in the 1300 metre opening race on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Picture: SA Jockey Club

Guided to his second win from three starts the Campbell Rawiller ridden Jack's on Ice led all the way.

Trainer Will Clarken continued on his wining way when He's Exclusive  won the 1400 metre second race.

Ridden by apprentice Ben Price He's Exclusive was an impressive winner who   led all the way.

Richard and Chantelle Jolly landed an early double when Daring Move took out the 1000 metre third race.

Guided to a win by Jake Toeroek Daring Move was another winner to lead all the way.

Resuming from a spell Pudding opened his winning account and gave Richard and Chantelle Jolly  their third winner for the day in the 1250 metre third race.

Giving jockey Paul Gatt a win Pudding came from a midfield position and was seen running on nicely.

The day turned into a Jolly affair when Richard and Chantelle Jolly brought up a running treble when All Banter took out the 1000 metre fifth race.

Giving Campbell Rawiller his second winner for the day All Banter won the start and sat one off the pace until going to the lead late in the event.

A strong inside ride on the part of apprentice Angus Chung saw Lake's Folly take out the 1550 metre sixth race.

Winning his second race in succession the Michael Hickmott prepared Lake's Folly came from well back with a withering-rails run to win.

Kayla Crowther landed her second winner in two days when her mount took out the 2250 metre seventh race.

Being under the care of Shayne Cahill at Strathalbyn Comfort girl was held up for a run when she came from a better than midfield position to bring up win number two from fourteen starts.

Trainer Grant Kluske brought up the second win for the provincial tack of Strathalbyn when his charge Tanja's Dream took out the 1000 metre eighth race.

Ridden by apprentice Ben Price Tanja's Dream travelled one off the pace before winning in a tight photo finish.

Apprentice Angus Chung landed his second winner for the afternoon when Rialtor took out the 1250 metre final event.

Prepared at Murray Bridge by Stewart Padman Rialtor maintained a forward position throughout the event.

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