Murray Bridge Racing Review on 29th May 2022

A possible trip to Melbourne could await Karacasu after he took out the 1200 metre opening race at Murray Bridge on Saturday.

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Continuing the good run of the Richard and Chantelle Jolly stable the Jake Toeroek guided Karacasu  came from a near last position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Having the advantage of a trial hit out on the track Test The Law , who was first up after a spell, took out the 1000 metre second race.

Prepared by Matthew Seyers and steered to victory by apprentice Lachlan Neindorf, Test The Law came from a midfield position to win in strong fashion.

Richard and Chantelle Jolly brought up an early double when Starts With Hello  took out the 1200 metre third race.

Having his second race day outing and giving his rider Jake Toeroek his second winner for the day Starts With Hello improved from a midfield position to meet with success.

Resuming from a spell and having his first run for trainer Jon O'Connor Segal took out the 1200 metre fourth race.

Ridden by O'Connor's apprentice Angus Chung Segal was well placed.

Better known as a standard bred trainer Allan Bain was all smiles when his charge Toyetic won the 2500 metre fifth race.

Having the services of Anna Jordsjo Toyetic raced in a forward position throughout the event.

Bringing up his fourteenth win form ninety-nine starts and resuming from a spell Reward With Return  presented Swan Hill trainer Nathan Hobson with a win in the 1000 metre sixth race.

Guided to victory by Jessica Eaton Reward With Return was one of the first to begin before drifting back to a midfield position but was able to muster enough speed once again to go on to win.

Apprentice Jacob Opperman bid farewell to local racing before heading to Melbourne to take up a short stint with trainer Matt Ellison with a win on Hateech in the 1200 metre seventh race.

Trained at Oakbank by Claudette Rose Hateech came from a midfield position with a strong run late in the event.

A pick-up ride on the track at the expense of Campbell Rawiller saw apprentice Angus Chung score his second win for the day when Thrill Kill won the 1800 metre eighth race.

Being under the care of Mount Gambier trainer Peter Hardacre Thrill Will settled well in a forward position before going on to meet with success.

Calypso Reign kept his consistency intact when he took out the 1200 metre ninth race.

Guided to victory by Sophie Logan the David Jolly prepared Calypso Reign  came from a midfield position with a solid run late in the event.

A last stride victory saw Jaamint give apprentice Sophie Logan the second leg of a running double in the final event of 1400 metres.

Being under the care of Garret Lynch Jaamint was in the leading division throughout the event.

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