Morphettville Parks Races Review on 18th February 2023

Press Down showed plenty of promise for the future when he took out the opening race of 1300 metres at start three on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Picture: SA Jockey Club

Coming out of the Murray Bridge stable of Peter Hardacre and guided to victory by Todd Pannell Press Down  came with a strong run from a midfield position charging home late in the event.

The mother and son training combination of Sue and Jason Jaensch continued their good run when Another Free Glass took out the 2250 metre second race.

Steered to victory by Baarend Vorster Another Free Glass came from last on the home turn with a strong run over the concluding stages.

Resuming from a spell and having her second start the Clayton Douglas trained Acappella Moon took out the 1000 metre two-year-old event.

Having the services of Jake Toeroek Acappella Moon raced in a forward position throughout the event.

The consistent Saskatoon continued his good run when he took out the 1400 metre fourth race.

Giving Jake Toeroek a race to race double the Richard and Chantelle Jolly

Larimer Street  lamed his second successive win when he took out the 1000 mere fifth race.

Piloted by apprentice Lachlan Neindorf the David Jolly prepared Larimer Street came from a better than midfield position.

Coming off a last start second at his second start after a spell Chicago Storm took out the 1250 metre sixth race.

Prepared at Murray Bridge by David Aldridge the Barend Vorster ridden Chicago Storm continued the run of well-placed horses to meet with success.

Showing a liking for the Parks track Trumpsta took out the 1550 metre seventh race.

Having the services of apprentice Stacey Callow the Phillip Stokes prepared Trumpsta came from a near last position to meet with success.

Goolwa trainer David Jolly brought up his second win for the afternoon when Mr Have a Chat took out the 1000 metre eighth race.

Ridden by apprentice Sophie Logan and coming off a last start second on the Parks circuit Mr Have a Chat led all the way.

Jake Toeroek landed his third winner for the afternoon when Starts With Hello won the 1400 metre final event.

Trained by Richard and Chantelle Jolly Starts with Hello raced in a better than midfield position before going to the line strongly.

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