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The three-year-old gelding Give Some Lip raced away to bring up his first win at his fourth start in the 1250 metre opening event on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.
Prepared by Will Clarken and Niki O'Shea and guided to victory by apprentice Ben Price Give Some Lip came from a worse than midfield position with a late run to take the event.
Jason Holder continued his purple patch of form when he rode Free Vino to a win in the 1400 metre second race.
Coming out of the Gordon Richards and Damien Moyle stable Free Vino raced in the rear of the field before flying home to win.
Moving his operation from Morphettville to Murray Bridge trainer Travis Doudle was well pleased with the win of Prince Jofra in the 1550 metre third race.
Having the services of apprentice Alana Livesey Prince Jofra raced in a forward position all the way.
Apprentice Ben Price landed his second winner for the afternoon when Manzala won his first race in 1190 days in the 1950 metre fourth race.
Trained by Ashton Downing Manzala settled in a midfield position before ging in to win.
Anjopin landed his second win in seven days when he took out the 1250 metre fifth race.
Prepared by Sue and Jason Jaensch the well placed Anjopin gave apprentice Maggie Collett her first win since being injured at Ceduna last December.
Coming off a last start second Miss Kermie went one better when she took out the 1400 meter sixth race.
Having the services of Emily Finnegan the Phillip Stokes prepared Miss Kermie raced one off the pace in winning her fourth race from fourteen starts.
Apprentice Sheriden Clarke was all smiles after her win on Trumpsta in the 1950 metre seventh race.
Being under the care of Ron Stokes Trumpsta was another runner to be well placed.
Establishing his base at Gawler in recent times trainer George Dimitropoulos was all smiles with the win of his charge Mouse Almighty in the 1000 metre eighth race.
Having the services of Stacey Metcalf Mouse Almighty came from a midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.
Foster Street was one of the few winners to come from well back when he won the 1000 metre final event.
Being under the care of Byron Cozamanis senior and having the services of Ryan Hurdle Foster Street brought up his third win in fourteen starts.