Morphettville Races Review on 29th January 2023

The consistent placegetter in his last four starts Blazerro went one better in the opening race which was run over 1600 metre at Morphettville on Saturday.

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Having the services of Kayla Crowther, the Phillip Stokes prepared Blazerro raced in a forward position throughout the event.

Apprentice Lachlan Neindorf continued his good run when his mount Dunmaghlas was an impressive winner of the 1050 metre second race.

Mentored at Murray Bridge by Dan Clarken and Oopy MacGillivray Dunmaghlas was well placed.

Kayla Crowther landed the second leg of an early double when she rode Endlessly to a win in the 1050 metre third race.

Giving the mare's trainer Phillip Stokes an early double Endlessly came from fourth with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Galinga Spirit opened his racing career the right way when he took out the

Being under the care of Will Clarken and Niki O'Shea at their Sellicks Hill complex and having the services of Todd Pannell Galinga Spirit came from well back to finish the race off well.

Co-trainers Daniel Clarken and Oopy MacGillivray landed their second winner for the day when Malinong Club took out the 2000 metre fifth race.

Guided to victory by Barend Vorster Malinong Club came from a rearward position with a strong run late in the event.

Showing no form in recent runs Tahnee Tradition won her fourth race from eleven starts in the 1200 metre sixth race.

Ridden by Callum Murray the Peter Hardacre trained Tahnee Tradition came from a better than midfield position to win.

Jockey Ryan Hurdle continued his good run when he rode Last Girl Love to a win in the 1600 metre seventh race.

Bing under the care of Jon O'Connor Last Girl Love came from last on the home turn with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Phillip Stokes brought up his third win for the day when Shamino won the listed Durbridge Stakes which was run over 1100 metres.

Ridden by Jason Holder Shamino came from near last with a withering run in the straight and could have his next run in the Group 1 Oakleigh Plate at Sandown.

Callum Murray landed his first metropolitan double when Versetto took out the 1200 metre final event.

Winning his first race in 1242 days the Nicole Irwin trained Versetto was well laced.

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