Races Review on 22nd January 2023

A $30,000 purchase at the 2022 Adelaide Magic Millions Yearling Sale Harley’n’rose presented the training duo of Gordon Richards and Damien Moyle with a win in the 1100 metre opening race at Gawler on Saturday.

Trainer: GORDON RICHARDS Picture: RacingandSports

Having the services of Lachlan Neindorf Harley'n'Rose  settled well and maintained a forward position before going on to win.

Murray Bridge Trainer Matthew Seyers continued his good run when Test the Law took out the 1500 metre second race.

Guided to victory by apprentice Jacob Opperman Test the Law burst through the pack late in the event to win.

Apprentice Ellis Wong continued his good run when he rode Secret War to a win in the 1200 metre third race.

Trained on the track by Gary and Nichole Searle and Briana Callanan Secret War brought up his second consecutive win when he led all the way.

The leading stable of Richard and Chantelle Jolly added to its list of winners for the season when Ice Symphony won the 1100 metre fourth race.

Coming off a last start fourth on the Morphettville Parks track the Jake Toeroek guided Ice Symphony raced in a forward position.

Trainer Michael Hickmott landed his fourth winner in two days when Tanaawol took out the 1500 metre fifth race.

Having his first start after a spell the Barend Vorster guided Tamaawol came from a worse than midfield position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

After having undergoing a veterinary inspection at the barrier and coming off a spell Eastindia Man was too strong for his rivals in winning the 1200 metre sixth race.

Prepared on the track by Darren McCleod and having the services of Jessica Eaton East Indiaman settled one off the pace before going on to bring up his seventh win from forty-six starts.

Todd Pannell brought up his third win in twenty-four hours when he rode Bundle of Fun to a win in the 2100 metre seventh race.

Prepared by Patrick Payne at Plumpton and the winner of last year's Tasmanian Oaks, Bundle of Fun was seen running on from a better than midfield position.

Co-trainers Gary and Nichole Searle and Briana Callanan landed their second winner for the day when Diamonds Are took out the 1700 metres eighth race.

Part-owned by Westcoast trainer Megan Gillespie the Kayla Crowther ridden Diamonds Are worked itself into the race after coming from last.

Apprentice Lachlan Neindorf landed his second winner for the day and the bookends for the meeting when his munt Blonde Venture took out the 1100 metre final event.

Prepared at Mornington by Shane Nichols Blonde Venture came from a rearward position with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Racing and Sports