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Our Morphettville Parks Horse Racing Tips for the weekend.

Eyes Never Lie (Morphettville Parks Race 1 No. 3)
This three-year-old Mint Lane filly trained by Leon Macdonald & Andrew Gluyas has two wins and one place from four starts. At the end of last campaign she kept battling evenly for 3.3 lengths 3rd over 1250m at Morphettville Parks on 5 June, then was spelled for 21 weeks. When resuming she took over in the final 150m for a good 2.8 length win over 1200m at Morphettville on 30 October.  Likely to race on the speed and will be hard to beat.

$3.00

Each Way

Spanish Heirloom (Morphettville Parks Race 3 No. 6): 
This four-year-old Barbados mare trained by Travis Doudle has six wins and a place from 12 starts and five wins were at this distance. She was a 0.7 length winner over 1210m at Port Lincoln on 13 October where she was tiring late, then led most of the way for a 3.3 length win over 1000m at Port Lincoln on 3 November. This race is tougher but she still looks a nice each-way chance.

$5.50

Best Lay

Chill With Teejay (Morphettville Parks Race 7 No. 7):
This four-year-old Delago Deluxe mare trained by Peter Hardacre is the early favourite in this four-year-olds and upwards BM 64 Handicap over 1250m. When resuming from a 22 week spell she worked home strongly for 0.1 length 2nd over 1200m at Morphettville on 16 October then kept chasing solidly for a length 2nd over 1200m at Morphettville on 30 October. Other runners offer better value.

$3.70

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Race 1

3 Eyes Never Lie (BB)
2 Arran Bay
1 Rising Legend
6 Alpine Flyer

Race 2

9 Totally Discreet
2 Johnny Thunder
6 Penwortham
8 Lights Of Broadway

Race 3

1 Tequila Time
6 Spanish Heirloom
3 Music Addition
5 Pariano

Race 4

3 Toyz On Fire
7 Tahnee Tradition
8 Artful Libby
5 Rialtor

Race 5

10 Halifax Road
1 Montepulciano
5 Bolt By
6 Mustari

Race 6

4 Perfect Route
8 Wild Imagination
3 Don’tdreamit’sover
6 Medieval Miss

Race 7

2 Full Probe
3 So Say Angel
7 Chill With Teejay
8 Addictions

Race 8

6 Chosen Blonde
7 Appalachian
3 Larkham
9 Aston Rapova

Race 9

8 So You Can
6 Li’l Hank
5 Skilled Bunch
3 Thrill Kill

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