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Richard and Chantelle Jolly kept up their good strike rate when the two-year-old Celtic Vader took out the opening race of 1050 metres at Morphettville on Saturday.
Ridden by apprentice Angus Chung, his third winner in twenty-four hours having won the last two races at Port Lincoln on Friday, Celtic Vader was well placed.
After running four consecutive seconds Artful Libby broke through for a win and gave her trainer Simon Drewitt his first city winner in the 1600 metre second race.
Continuing the good run of rider Anna Jordsjo Artful Libby came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding g stages.
Being bought for $80,000 at a tried sale Zoulah gave Morphettville trainer Will Clarken a win in the 1600 metre third race.
Having the services of Kayla Crowther Zoulah led all the way to register her third win from fourteen starts.
Having its third start the Travis Doudle trained Rushaway Lad opened bis winning account in the 1100 metre fourth race.
Ridden by Todd Pannell Rushaway Lad led all the way.
Kayla Crowther brought up her second winner for the afternoon when he rode Call Me Shamus to victory in the 2008 metre fifth race.
Prepared by Phillip Stokes Call Me Shamus came from a rearward position to snatch victory in the shadows of the post.
Point Blaze gave Kayla Crowther the second leg of a running double and her third winner for the day in the 1200 metre sixth race.
Being under the care of Shayne Cahill at Strathalbyn Point Blaze settled in a better than midfield position before going on to win Kayseri won the 1100 metre seventh event.
Having the services of Jake Toeroek and not having won for 428 days Kayseri came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages to register win number four from twenty-three starts.
Outlaw's Revenge won his second feature race in a fortnight when he took out the listed Christmas Handicap which was run over 1200 metres.
Trained by Ryan Balfour and having the services of Dom Tourneur Outlaw's Revenge came from a midfield position with a dream run along the rails.
Apprentice Angas Chung landed his second winner for the day and his fourth in two days when he steered Great Leveller to a win in the 1050 metre final event.
Coming out of the Jon O'Connor stable at Morphettville Great Leveller was well placed throughout the event.