3 minute read
After training a two-state double seven days ago trainer Chris Bieg maintained his winning ways when his charge Star Expresso took out the 1250 metre opening event on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.
Piloted to a good victory by Paul Gatt Star Expresso came with a strong run form a midfield position.
Legless Lady lived up to her recent good form when she took out the 1250 metre second race.
Coming out of the Leon Macdonald and Andrew Gluyas stable the Jason Holder guided Legless Lady came from a midfield position to meet with success.
Jason Holder landed the second win of a running double when Gold Bucket won the 1000 metre third race.
Prepared at Cranbourne by Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young, Gold Bucket was well placed.
Trainer Ryan Balfour was happy to see the improvement of his charge Outlaws Revenge, the winner of the 1250 metre fourth race.
Piloted to victory by Campbell Rawiller Outlaws Revenge held down a prominent position throughout the race.
Murray Bridge trainer Matthew Seyers continued his good run when his charge Capricorn Ridge took out the 2250 metre fifth race.
Havin the services of Lachlan Niendorf Capricorn Ridge was seen running on form a midfield position.
Trainer Will Clarken was well pleased with the win of Noname Lane in the 1550 metre sixth race.
Guided to a good victory by apprentice Ben Price Noname Lane was well placed in scoring her first since November last year.
Garret Lynch continued his good run when Jaamint took out the 1400 metre seventh race.
Bringing up successive wins the apprentice Sophie Logan ridden Jaamint sat one off the pace before going on to win.
Ryan Balfour brought up the second leg of a double when Fighting McLaren won the 1000 metre eighth race.
Giving jockey Campbell his second winner for the day Fighting McLaren was well placed.
Apprentice Angus Chung, who will be returning to Hong Kong soon, rode Unlaced to victory in the 1550 metre final event.
Prepared at Murray Bridge by Michael Hickmott Unlaced led all the way.