Morphettville Preview & Best Bets – Saturday, March 11

Free expert tips for Morphettville horse racing today. Preview, best bets & predictions for Morphettville Racecourse on Saturday, March 11, 2023.

Our form expert provides Morphettville tips for today’s horse racing at Morphettville Racecourse and gives his best bets.  

Morphettville Tips 11/03/2023


Race 6 No. 7 MALINONG CLUB – ($4.40)

Dan Clarken & Oopy MacGillivray take three horses to Morphettville on Saturday, and we’re happy to be with them all. Thought MALINONG CLUB stood out as the best of which, with the mare racing in terrific form of late. Settled towards the tail before Barend Vorster became hard at work on her prior to turning. He found plenty out of Manilong Club to deny our #SABlackbookers horse Wheels to the line over 2000m on the outer track. Followed with a cheeky run at black-type level over a similar distance for Lachy Neindorf before having Wheels turn the tables last start. Lachy was just beaten by a sensational Todd Pannell ride as Wheels loomed to edge them out late.



Race 7 No. 5 MORE SUGAR – ($4) 

Progressive mare MORE SUGAR finds a good assignment to step up in class with. She knocked off her maiden earlier this prep as the speed went on up front over 1400 metres in Murray Bridge. She was on the drift from her short opening quote, yet none of that seemed to matter as Ben Price brought her with a barnstorming finish to score. The stable has since tried More Sugar out to 1800 metres where she was okay, before bringing her back to a mile on the outer track. Price gave her a treat the fence before peeling out and looking all over a winner on turning. The pair raced past Seafaring deep into the straight with Imposing Bull in tow. Should get the pace on again and More Sugar has drawn to gain the sweet run under Ben Price again.



Race 1 No. 3 STORM HUNTER – ($6)

Lightly raced and progressive 4yo STORM HUNTER was well-supported in an open market in the last of the day on the Parks track. Backers had plenty of excuses as Storm Hunter stuck interference at the start. Jessica Eaton had no option but to drop her hands and ride for cover. The speed was hot with Rialtor bowling along up front to string the field out over many lengths. Storm Hunter was one of a few to make ground on the day as Eaton plotted her path between runners. Storm Hunter continued strongly, and he should be able to lob into a beautiful position on Saturday for Jake Toeroek.