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Morphettville Report 26/11/16

Beautiful Voice brought up win number two when she won the opening event of 1500 metres at Morphettville on Saturday.

Morphettville Report 26/11/16

Beautiful Voice brought up win number two when she won the opening event of 1500 metres at Morphettville on Saturday.

Being under the care of Phillip Stokes and guided to victory by Ben Claridge Beautiful Voice came from well back with a strong run over the concluding stages to take the event.

The winning streak of last start winners continued when Duquessa took out the 2500 metre second race.


Trained at Telopea Downs by Darryl Dodson and having the services of apprentice Erin Boyd Duquessa settled well before coming with a strong run late in the event.

Apprentice Zac Spain continued his impressive run when he guided Vivaldi’s Quest to his second successive win in the 1050 metre third race.

Prepared on the course by Lloyd Kennewell Vivaldi’s Quest came from near last and powered home to beat his stable mate Gold Denari.

The Tony McEvoy trained Brown Ben continued the run of last start winners when he won the 1600 metre fourth race.

Having the services of stable rider Damien Thornton Brown Ben, who was also nominated for a race in Moonee Valley came three wide with a very strong run to win with Mc Evoy saying he will consider a race for the gelding in Melbourne soon.

Lope De Capio broke the run of last start winners when he took out the 1050 metre fifth race.

Prepared by the training duo of Wayne Francis and glen Kent and guided to victory by Jamie Kah Lope De Capio came from a rearward position and powered home over the last 100 metres.

The Macdonald/Gluyas training combination extended its lead on the training premiership when Battle Brewing took out the 1200 metre sixth event.

Having the services of Clare Lindop Battle Brewing was well placed.

Hoop Simon Price returned to the city winner’s circle after a year off due to injury when he guided Big Effort to a win in the 1050 metre seventh race.

Resuming after a spell the Sharon Hayes prepared Big Effort came from a better than midfield position to win.

Apprentice Zac Spain brought up his second winner for the day when he guided Hell On Earth to victory in the 1600 metre final event.

Trained by Cranbourne based mentor Shawn Mathrick Hell On Earth came with a strong run from a better than midfield position to score in the shadow of the post.

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