Morphettville Preview & Best Bets – Saturday, February 4

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Morphettville Tips 04/02/2023


Race 6 No. 3 FIGHTING MCLAREN – ($5)

Todd Pannell rode for the new connections of FIGHTING MCLAREN when resuming over this track and trip. Pannell didn’t knock Fighting Mclaren about after bringing him back to the inferior inner section into the straight. The horse had shown enough, and he’d also had enough behind Heka Express that day. Took on a small field as Alana Livesey utilised her 3 kilo claim to allow Fighting Mclaren find an easy lead second-up. They nearly got the prize, except for an inform Jake Toeroek getting the bob in on the smart Aston Rapova. Fighting Mclaren is a better horse when able to do the chasing as Jason Holder has previously demonstrated. He takes the reins and will enjoy stalking the pressure that’s in front of him.



Race 2 No. 14 ROSE RING – ($5.50) 

Morphettville trainer Chris Bieg has opted for Saturday grade over a midweek maiden for the debutante ROSE RING. Bieg has given his strong filly a series of jump outs leading into her first race start here. She has improved throughout her prep while consistently showing above average ability. Rose Ring hasn’t been the best to begin which may offset the wide barrier she has drawn for race day. There have been a couple of showers about as of Thursday which may work against those closer to the fence. Stable apprentice Felicity Atkinson has been doing the riding with senior jock Barend Vorster assuming control here. Should expect he’ll attempt to find cover early before bringing Rose Ring with one run up the middle.



Race 9 No. 9 RIALTOR – ($10)  

We love a good apprentice’s horse, and RIALTOR has proven to be as handy as the best of them. South Australia’s Dandy Kid gave newcomer to SA Sheriden Tomlinson his first look around Gawler whilst racing second-up. Rialtor generally carries some condition early into his preps and takes a couple of runs to find his best. Jumped cleanly for Tomlinson to put himself on the speed before turning for home one-off the fence. He wanted to lay-in under pressure as the hot-pot East Indiaman ranged alongside soon after straightening. The horse dug deep with Tomlinson urging his mount to remain balanced. Should find a horse or two to follow in this and will give them something to beat into the straight.