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Morphettville Races Review - 28th July 2018

Apprentice Anna Jordsjo continued her upward spiral when she rode Gytrash to a win in the 1050 metre final two year old race for the season, the opening event at Morphettville on Saturday.

Morphettville Races Review - 28th July 2018

Apprentice Anna Jordsjo continued her upward spiral when she rode Gytrash to a win in the 1050 metre final two year old race for the season, the opening event at Morphettville on Saturday.

Resuming from a spell the Gordon Richards trained Gytrash settled well before going on to a convincing win.

Trainer Darren Weir got his last day of the city season campaign off to a good start in Adelaide on Saturday when Red Choux’s took out the 1600 mdetre second race.


Bringing up second win in succession the Damian Lane ridden Red Choux’s was well placed and ran on strongly.

Barbie’s Boy ended a two year drought when he won the 1600 metre third race.

Prepared at Cranbourne by Louise Bonella and having the services of SA’s top apprentice Kayla Crowther Barbies Boy came from last with a withering run in the straight to win his second race from sixteen starts.

Caulfield trainer Mick Price kept the momentum going for the border hopping training brigade when his charge run Gypsy Run won the 1200 metre fourth race.

Guided to victory by Jason Holder Run gypsy Run came from a rearward position with a later run over the last 200 metres to win.

Coming off a last start fourth on the Parks circuit Star Patriot took out the 2018 metre fifth race.

Guided to victory by Todd Pannell and coming out of the Travis Doudle stable Start Patriot came from the back of the field and put in a centre of the track run to win.

The three-year-old gelding Nature Strip finished the 2017/18 racing season off in devastating form when he won the listed Lightning Stakes which was run over 1050 metres.

Giving Damian Lane and trainer Darren Weir a double Nature Strip was well placed and could be The Everest bound in September.

Hoop Damian Lane and trainer Darren Weir made the trip to Morphettville worthwhile when Choisborder gave them a treble and back to back wins in the 1200 metre seventh race.

A winner of three races from eight starts Choisborder led all the way.

Naracoorte trainer Sue Murphy brought the curtain down on the 2017/18 city season when her charge Barood won the 1050 metre final event.

Having the services of Paul Gatt and bringing up its fifth win from twenty-five starts Barood, a recent winner on the Parks circuit, came from a better than midfield position to finish the race off strongly.

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