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Gawler Races Review - 05-01-2019

The above average two-year-old filly Felicia made it two wins in two starts when she won the opening event of 1100 metres at Gawler on Saturday.

Gawler Races Review - 05-01-2019

The above average two-year-old filly Felicia made it two wins in two starts when she won the opening event of 1100 metres at Gawler on Saturday.

Coming out of the Murray Bridge stable of Matthew Seyers and ridden by apprentice Dylan Caboche Felicia led all the way and will now be spelled before a tilt at bigger things in April, possibly in Melbourne.

Trainer Will Clarken was well pleased with the win of Tiara Star in the 1200 metre second race.


Continuing the good run of hoop Todd Pannell Tiara Start brought up her second consecutive win when she was well placed, racing away in the straight, and will now be set for the Bow Mistress in Tasmania.

After winning over 1650 metres at Nhill on Boxing Day Strategic Demand made it two wins in succession in the 1700 metre third race.

Being under the care of Patrick Payne and guided to victory by apprentice Kayla Crowther Strategic Demand came from a midfield position with a strong run late in the event.

Showing a liking for the Gawler surface table of Wisdom made it two wins in succession at the track in the 1500 metre fourth race.

Mentored by Goolwa trainer Denis O‘Leary and having the services of apprentice Raquel Clark the former Tony McEvoy trained gelding Table of Wisdom led all the way.

Jockey Jamie Kah was seen at her best when she rode Vietti to a win in the 1100 metre fifth race.

Having her second run after a spell the Tony McEvoy trained Vietti was well placed in opening her winning account in impressive style.

Patrons were kept on their toes before Over and Above was declared the winner of the 1100 metre sixth race.

Having the services of Chris Caserta the Phillip Stokes prepared Over and Above came with a late run along the rails to win.

Trainer Phillip stokes brought up a race to race double when good Idea won the 2100 metre seventh race.

Giving apprentice Dylan Caboche a double for the day Good Idea came from the rear of the field and will now head to Melbourne for a staying race.

Trainer John Hyam continued his good run when his charge Gougers won the 1200 metre final event.

Having the services of apprentice Anna Jordsjo Gougers came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

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