Invisible Girl may be headed east after giving trainer Lloyd Kennewell the second leg of a treble on the Parks circuit at Morphettville last Saturday.
Partnered by Joe Bowditch, Invisible Girl ($6) came from the back half of the field to win the benchmark 75 Hughes Limousines Handicap (1000m).
The four-year-old Star Witness mare is a $30,000 graduate of the Adelaide Magic Millions sales and might be suited by the $100,000 Magic Millions 3&4YO Classic (1100m) at Sportsbet-Ballarat on Saturday week.
Invisible Girl has now won four of her 12 starts and $82,800.
Earlier on the Morphettville card, Kennewell opened his account when last-start Balaklava winner Show Bender ($9) took out the benchmark 75 Holdfast Insurance Handicap (1400m).
Kennewell’s apprentice Zac Spain, currently on loan to Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young at Cranbourne, returned to take the ride and had Show Bender in the firing line throughout.
Later, Kennewell completed his treble when Federal Court ($6) led all the way under three-kilo claimer Chris Caserta to win the benchmark 70 Schweppes Handicap (1400m).
Joy for Jackie
Port Lincoln trainer Jackie Stoetzer notched her first city win when Dexter You Devil took out the benchmark 70 Goldin Farms Handicap (1250m), which opened the Morphettville Parks program.
A $7 chance with in-form hoop Todd Pannell aboard, Dexter You Devil was well placed thoughout in registering his second successive win.
Stubby holds form …
After riding half the card at Morphettville on Melbourne Cup day, Jason Holder was again among the winners last Saturday, guiding the Stuart Gower-trained $2.90 favourite Silent Warrior to victory in the benchmark 70 Roberts Family Handicap (1950m).
… as does Jamie
Fresh from her win on Dollar For Dollar at Flemington on Melbourne Cup day, premiership leader Jamie Kah kept up the good work back at home last Saturday when the Ryan Balfour-trained $2.20 favourite and last-start Parks winner Magnus Knight won the benchmark 75 Junction Handicap (1250m).
Despite her recent absence, Kah retains a four-win buffer on the Adelaide jockeys’ premiership. She is on 16 wins, clear of Todd Pannell (12) and Paul Gatt (11).
Bans for Wong, Dom
In-form apprentice Victor Wong and senior hoop Dom Tourneur were suspended for three meetings last Saturday but neither will miss any metro action in Adelaide. Both suspensions commence at midnight this Saturday and conclude at midnight on Friday week.
Day of wine and races
Sunday brings one of the biggest meetings on the SA provincial racing calendar as the Strathalbyn Racing Club stages its Vignerons Race Day, featuring the Langhorne Creek Cup of 1600 metres.