Morphettville track is currently rated slow for tomorrow's Group One smoke-free Adelaide
After only a few morning showers the track
escaped rain for much on today until showers swept the course from 5pm.
Victorian trainer Tony Noonan, who will saddle up the wet
tracker Yammer in tomorrow's big race, said at lunch time the track was "between dead
"Considering the amount of rain the track has held up
really, really well," Noonan said.
"The new track here is outstanding," Noonan added.
The New Zealand gelding Yarradarno was withdrawn from the Cup
yesterday morning enabling the first emergency Break the Bank to sneak into the field.
Weather experts are predicting further showers overnight and
during the day tomorrow, but officials at the SAJC are confident the track will be no
worse than slow.