No stopping this Kah
By Peter Neall, July 19, 2017 - 9:43 AM

Jamie Kah extended her good lead in the jockeys’ premiership race with a treble on the Parks circuit at Morphettville last Saturday.
Kah’s 51st city winner put her 11 wins ahead of Clare Lindop.
Kah brought up the first of her winners on the Ryan Balfour-trained Bris Vegas, who took out the James Boag’s Premium Handicap over 1000 metres.
Kah also combined with Balfour for victory on $4.80 chance Balf’s Choice, who came from well back to score.
The star hoop’s other win came courtesy of Andrew Noblet’s General Custer, who registered his eighth triumph in 37 starts.
Kah made it four wins for the weekend when Yurilla (trained by John Macmillan) won over 900 metres at Murray Bridge last Sunday.
Finnegan keeps firing
Nodoubtaboutit turned in an excellent performance to win the three-year-old benchmark 70 handicap over 1000 metres at Morphettville.
Trained by Phillip Stokes and ridden by his apprentice Emily Finnegan, Nodoubtaboutit gave her rider the first of two winners for the weekend.  She also guided Princess Costa to victory at Murray Bridge last Sunday.
Stokes may have another good youngster on his books in the form of Triage, an impressive winner on debut at Balaklava last week.
Queen gets the chocolates
Barry Book’s Infinity Queen, ridden by Matthew Neilson, was a good winner of the benchmark 64 over 1250 metres.
Owned by John Haigh, a member of the famous SA chocolate-making family, Infinity Queen came from a midfield position to score.
One more for an in-form team            
Hardly a week goes by without the training partnership of Wayne Francis and Glen Kent nabbing a winner.
They struck again last Saturday when One More Daisy, ridden by Todd Pannell, came from back in the field for victory over 1000 metres.
At the same meeting apprentice Raquel Clark continued to impress with her riding style when she won on Danouli for trainer John Hickmott.
Vic visitors clean up
Well done to the Murray Bridge Racing Club for staging a hurdle and a steeplechase race last Sunday.
Patrick Payne’s  Angelology won the steeple while the Eric Musgrove-trained About the Journey got a rails run in the straight to win the hurdle.


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