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Our Morphettville Horse Racing Tips for the weekend.

Sacred Palace (Morphettville Race 6 No. 5)
This four-year-old Sacred Falls gelding trained by Lindsey Smith has four wins and six places from 15 starts. After a win at Terang he pulled up lame when 4.6 lengths 5th over 1000m at Sandown Hillside on 30 April, then chased hard for 0.6 lengths 3rd over 1200m at Caulfield on 28 May. Has a good record at this distance, should race on the speed and looks the likely winner.


Each Way

Bold Bourbon (Morphettville Race 9 No. 7)
This three-year-old gelding has two wins and a place from his four starts. He chased solidly on a slower part of the track for 1.7 lengths 2nd on heavy going over 1400m at Hamilton on 31 May, then chased hard to take over at the 100m for a length win over 1600m at Swan Hill on 11 June. Racing in the city for the first time and looks a solid each-way chance.


Best Lay

En Francais (Morphettville Race 5 No. 11)
This four-year-old Puissance de Lune mare trained by Jake Stephens is the early favourite in this BM 60 Handicap over 1200m. She has had four starts for a win at Gawler on debut then three places. She started favourite when 2.4 lengths 3rd over 1600m at Murray Bridge on 19 June, then started favourite again and worked home late for 3 lengths 3rd over 1200m at Murray Bridge on 28 May. This looks tougher and I’m willing to risk her.


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Race 1

1 No Drama
3 Eros
5 Prance ‘N’ Dance
2 The Guava

Race 2

5 Sacred Armour 
4 Go Bundle
10 Sidearm
2 Love Magic

Race 3

3 Brawl
5 Reflect The Stars
6 Capricorn Ridge
2 Taramansour

Race 4

10 Chicago Storm
11 Extremely Lucky
6 Star Espresso
7 Verbano

Race 5

3 El Cordobes
11 En Francais
2 Another Rally
16 Garrire

Race 6

5 Sacred Palace (BB)
1 Outlaws Revenge
8 Aiguilette
10 Munster

Race 7

4 Noname Lane
2 Jaguary
6 Lake’s Folly
14 Unlaced

Race 8

1 Fighting Mclaren
7 Jabali Ridge
3 Modear
5 Aston Rapova

Race 9

7 Bold Bourbon
2 Mr Pickwick
13 Prince Of Fences
6 Cashin’ Chex

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