Jaime Kah went back home for Adelaide Cup Day and conquered once again

Champion jockey Jamie Kah showed she could win anywhere, anytime with a stunning return to SA racing, grabbing three winners at Morphettville on Adelaide Cup Day.

Kah dominated the early support card, kickstarting with an opening-race victory on Seradess which charged home to win the $102,250 Listed Cinderella Stakes for two-year-old fillies.

Echoes in Eternity gave Kah an early double in the third race winning the three-year-old Furphy Stakes for trainer Michael Hickmott, while Night Raid ($3.50) followed winning the fourth event, the 1200m Matrice Stakes.

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Kah said she was thrilled to be back in her home town for Cup Day.

“This is my first time back in SA for about a year and to have my mum and dad and (partner) Clayton (Douglas) here to share was great,’’ Kah said. “It has been a fantastic day.’’

A slight drifter in the market ($4.40) the Mark Kavanagh trained Seradess, a Magic Millions Adelaide $50,000 purchase, was wide and rearward early before making its run to gather in the leaders to win in top fashion.

Seradess dead-heated for first on debut at Bendigo at $51, but was never in doubt yesterday from halfway down the straight.

Kah, leading the Victorian jockeys’ premiership by a staggering 30 wins, also was announced by the Victorian Wakeful Club as its 2020/21 Lady of Racing to mark International Woman’s Day.

Promising Ironclad ($4.60) made it three wins on end with a barnstorming run to win the Listed C.S. Hayes Memorial Cup. Trained by Will Clarken and ridden by ex-pat SA and three-times Melbourne Cup winning jockey Kerrin McEvoy, Ironclad’s win was its fifth win from 11 starts.

Struck By edged out Milton Park in a slogging finish to take out the Morphettville Guineas, while Will Price rode a double on Legend of Zorro and Viduka.

Stacey Metcalfe enjoyed a slice of Cup-day success when she piloted consistent Little Rich Boy ($16) home in a Benchmark 78, defying Mileva and Calypso Reign in a trifecta for women jockeys.

Originally published asSame old story with Jamie Kah landing a treble

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