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Morphettville Races Review on 7th November 2023

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The Ryan Hurdle ridden Night Cruiser opened his winning account at start 18 when he took out the 1800 metre opening race at Morphettville on Tuesday.

Picture: SA Jockey Club

Trained at Morphettville by George Karayannis Night Cruiser  led all the way.

The strong training combination of Richard and Chantelle Jolly prevailed early in the day when Putanothercoinin won the 1050 metre second race.

Having the services of Jake Toeroek Putanothercoinin  raced in a forward position before going on to win.

The first starter Great Maximus gave Richard and Chantelle Jolly an early double in the 1050 metre third race.

Giving Jake Toeroek his second winner for the day Great Maximus showed plenty of promise for the future when he gradually improved from a better than midfield position to open his winning account.

Coming off a last start sixth at his previous start at Gawler the Jason Jolder ridden Our Divinyl took out the 1200 metre fourth race.

Under the care of Andrew Gluyas Our Divinyl raced in a midfield position before coming with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Jake Toeroek landed his third winner for the day when he rode Whatsanamegeorge to a win in the 2035 metre fifth race.

Giving Richard and Chantelle Jolly their third winner for the day Whatsanamegeorge is likely to have his next start in the final of the Sky Beau Series which will be run over 2500 metres on November 25.

Strathalbyn trainer Bill Williams was well pleased with the win of Caliburn in the 1529 metre sixth race.

Guided to his fifth victory from thirty-four starts by Dom Tourneur Caliburn raced two off the pace.

Hobo Bob brought up his second win in a row when he took out the 1800 metre seventh race.

Having the services of Justin Potter the Jordan Frew prepared Hobo Bob sat two off the pace before going to the line strongly.

Jake Toeroek along with Richard and Chantelle Jolly brought up their fourth winner for the day when Lady Simone finished full of running in the 1200 metre eighth race.

Lady Simone is likely to go toward the final of the Viddora Series later in the month.

Jake Toeroek made it five winners for the day when he rode Sabermetric to a win in the 1100 metre ninth race.

Trained by Gordon Richards and Damien Moyle Sabermetric was well placed in winning the same race two years in a row.

Murray Bridge trainer Andrew Clarken took the honours hen his charge Old Time Rock won the 1050 metre final event.

Guided to victory Samuel Payne Old time Rock raced one off the pace in scoring his fourth winner from thirty-three starts.

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