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Our Morphettville Parks Horse Racing Tips for the weekend.

Nobel Heights (Morphettville Parks Race 5 No. 4)
This four-year-old Fiorente stallion trained by Matt Cumani has three wins and three places from 10 starts. He started favourite and finished 2.2 lengths 2nd over 2000m at Mornington on 26 September, then took over at the turn and kicked away before tiring late to hold on for a 0.5 length win over 2400m at Geelong on 20 October. Likely to race on the speed and will be hard to beat.


Each Way

Lamoree (Morphettville Parks Race 3 No. 12):
This three-year-old Headwater filly trained by Richard & Chantelle Jolly has two places from four starts and finished 4th at her other two starts. She battled gamely for 0.9 length 2nd over 1000m at Murray Bridge on 23 June, then reached the leader but was overtaken at the 100m to finish 1.6 lengths 4th over 1000m at Murray Bridge on 14 July. Has a 3kg claim and looks a nice each-way chance.


Best Lay

Terbium (Morphettville Parks Race 6 No. 1):
This six-year-old Terango gelding trained by Phillip Stokes is the early favourite in this BM 82 Handicap over 1250m. When resuming from a 27 week spell he ran 2.3 lengths 5th in the Listed Wylie Handicap over 1100m at Morphettville on 18 September, then drew clear in the final 150m over 1250m at Morphettville Parks on 23 October. He goes up in weight with 61kg to carry and has drawn out wide. Others offer better value.


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Race 1

1 Noname Lane
3 Crown Mint
2 Alsvior
5 Lake’s Folly

Race 2

11 Totally Discreet
3 Flight Deck
5 Pudding
6 Rising Legend

Race 3

2 Johnny Thunder
12 Lamoree
7 Fields Of Athenry
5 Wetshot

Race 4

5 Squizzy Mizzy
1 Larkham
2 Gaze Grise
7 Sea Witness

Race 5

4 Nobel Heights (BB)
1 Ritratto
7 Nudge Bar
5 Exalted Ambition

Race 6

2 Extra Time
5 Tommy Blue
1 Terbium
7 Trip

Race 7

12 Comfort Girl
5 Sky Hero
8 The Red Sea
9 Whiskey ‘n’ Women

Race 8

11 Chill With Teejay
3 May Be Fate
13 Our Deep Agenda
10 Tullys Gold

Race 9

5 Cuban State
6 Residue
2 Pinot Party
8 Picaroon

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