Morphettville Parks Races Review on 11th March 2023

Murray Bridge trainer Peter Hardacre continued his good run when his charge Billie Bronx took out the 1400 metre opening event on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.

Picture: SA Jockey Club

Posting her second win at her second start the Callan Murray ridden Billie Bronz led all the way.

The Morphettville stable of Phillip Stokes was well pleased with the win of Jewel Bay in the 1000 metre second race.

Having the services of Kayla Crowther the $30,000 purchase at a yearling sale Jewel Bay came from a midfield position with a strong run in the straight.

Being first up after a spell and now in the care of David Jolly the former Peter Moody prepared Lake Agawam entered the winner's list in the 1000 metre third race.

Giving Kayla Crowther her second win for the day Lake Agawam came from a midfield position with a strong rails-run late the event.

The Ben and JD Hayes trained Bellinger brought up successive wins in the 1400 metre fourth race.

Guided to victory by Laura Lafferty Bellinger came from a midfield position to race away in the latter stages of the straight.

Apprentice Gary Lo returned to racing after injury a winner when he steered Apache Star to a win in 1300 metre fifth race.

Giving trainer Phillip Stoked his second winner for the day Apache Star was well placed.

Samedi brought up a hat-trick of wins when he took out the 1950 metre sixth race.

Being under the care of Charlotte Littlefield at Pakenham the Todd Pannell guided Samedi raced one off the pace before gaining a last stride win.

Trainer Stuart Padman brought up another win when Rialtor took out the 1550 metre seventh race.

Ridden by apprentice Sheriden Tomlinson Rialtor led all the way.

Exalted Dame landed her second win in a row when she took out the 1300 metre eighth race.

Having the services of Jason Holder the Jon O'Connor prepared Exalted Dame was another winner to be well placed.

Jason Holder made it a race to race double when he steered Rusty Halo to victory in the 1000 metre final event.

Prepared by Bill Bogarts Rusty Halo powered home from a near last position.

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