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Monday, May 24 2021

Minister’s (Street Sense) victory in the S$1million Kranji Mile (1600m) on Saturday couldn’t have come at a better time for expat New Zealand trainer Donna Logan.

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Monday, August 31 2020

Rising star Inferno (Holy Roman Emperor) gave another glimpse of his bombproof qualities after he scored a thumping win in the S$250,000 Singapore Classic (1400m) on Sunday, probably one of his most impressive to-date. 

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Monday, August 31 2020

Strong N Fast (NZ) (Burgundy) lived up to his new name to take out the $20,000 Debt Collector 2016 Stakes Open Maiden race over 1200m on Polytrack on Sunday. 

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Monday, August 03 2020

Hunting down his ninth premiership, expat Kiwi trainer Mark Walker bagged five wins on Sunday at Kranji Racecourse.

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Thursday, July 30 2020

Choosing Siam Blue Vanda (NZ) (Echoes of Heaven) over Top Knight (Zoustar) might have been a tough decision to make for any jockey, but to Louis-Philippe Beuzelin, it was never really a toss-up.

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Wednesday, July 15 2020

Chi Chai Sin Sang (NZ) (Per Incanto) brought up his second career win in Macau on Saturday.

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Monday, July 06 2020

Leading Kranji trainer Michael Clements views Saturday’s $100,000 Class 1 race over 1200m on Polytrack as a nice kickoff point for Countofmontecristo towards the Kranji Mile.

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Thursday, July 02 2020

Singapore Horse of the Year I’m Incredible makes his long overdue comeback on the first day of racing resumption at Kranji on July 11.

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Monday, June 29 2020

Gaon Champ gave everything but ultimately Do Kki Blade was just too strong as the sprinting pair turned the KOR Grade 3 Busan Ilbo Cup (1200m) into a two-horse war at Busan on Sunday.

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Saturday, June 27 2020

The fifteenth running of the Busan Ilbo Cup is the feature race for the weekend with a capacity field of sixteen to face the starter at Busan Racecourse on Sunday afternoon. With the postponement of the Chairman’s Cup due to Covid-19, this will be the first leg of the 2020 Korean Sprint Series.

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