Exciting two year old Go The Knuckle won his first race at Morphettville today, following a very unlucky debut run two weeks ago where he finished a close third Go The Knuckle once again had to overcome a checkered passage in the home straight to score a dogged victory in very wet conditions.

Jockey Shayne Cahill was full of praise for the gelded son of champion galloper Elvstroem and he feels that he will only get better as the races get longer and he gains more experience.

Purchased at last year's Adelaide Magic Millions Sale for $47,000 from the draft of Gerry Harvey's Baramul Stud, Go The Knuckle is raced in partnership by Adelaide Crows Chairman Rob Chapman, Fremantle Dockers Captain Matthew Pavlich, Ben Corcoran and Nic Yeomans.

Go The Knuckle will go for a short break and be prepared for the group 3 Carbine Club Stakes over 1600 metres on Derby Day at Flemington.