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Sunday, October 29 2017

The adage ‘when it rains, it pours’ certainly resonated with English trainer David Hill’s Class 5 galloper Turquoise Son after his long-awaited maiden win was duly followed by a second win on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 29 2017

Argentinian-bred galloper Iron Man overcame a bad alley to eventually make short work of his rivals in the $80,000 Kranji Stakes C race over 1400m on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 29 2017

Talented sprinter Skywalk bounced back to winning ways in commanding fashion in the $80,000 Class 3 race over 1000m on Polytrack on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 29 2017

New Zealand jockey Craig Grylls was all smiles as he brought home his first Singapore double on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 29 2017

Visibility was so ordinary in a rain-affected Race 3 on Sunday that jockey Craig Grylls had to drop his goggles mid-race, but his mount Heracles sure had a clear sight of the winning post when he let down on the outside.

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Saturday, October 28 2017

A training double with back-in-form mare Queen Roulette in the Lucky Last certainly gave trainer Leslie Khoo a much-needed shot in the arm on Friday night.

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Saturday, October 28 2017

“Her greatest attribute is her toughness. She’s had a tough campaign going back to the gates for so long, but she’s obviously got a lot of talent.

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Saturday, October 28 2017

Champion jockey Manoel Nunes felt like his two arms had grown a few inches longer after he jumped off the second leg of his riding double on Friday night

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Saturday, October 28 2017

Trainer Leslie Khoo and jockey Olivier Placais combined for the first time for a win on Friday night.

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Saturday, October 28 2017

English trainer James Peters predicted a staying future for Destroyer Eclipse following his smart all-the-way win second-up in the $75,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1200m on Friday night.

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Wednesday, October 25 2017

New trainer Tan Kah Soon had to bite the bullet when Sunday’s Benchmark 83 race over the mile was changed to a Kranji Stakes C race over 1400m.

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Wednesday, October 25 2017

Another Singapore Horse of the Year has taken the cue from one of his illustrious predecessors by heading overseas for a spot of rebooting.

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Tuesday, October 24 2017

Applications for Professional Trainer licences by New Zealand trainer Donna Logan and South African Peter Muscutt have been officially registered with Malayan Racing Association.

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Monday, October 23 2017

Kiwi trainer Stephen Gray took the training honours hands down on Sunday with a magnificent four-timer, even if the one that mattered in the Group 1 Raffles Cup got away.

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Monday, October 23 2017

The $700,000 Group 1 Raffles Cup (1800m) unveiled a stunning but deserving winner in the underrated Gilt Complex on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 22 2017

Second-year trainer Daniel Meagher captured his first feature success with outsider Secret Win landing a boilover win in the $150,000 Group 3 El Dorado Classic (2200m) on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 22 2017

Talented galloper Murrayfield ended a long winless runs with a nice come-from-behind win in the $60,000 Flax 2012 Stakes, a Class 4 race over 1600m on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 22 2017

Three races have ended at Kranji and five winners have saluted the judge.

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Saturday, October 21 2017

The recent hints that smart sprinter Nova Swiss could be back to his very best could not have rung with a more resounding bang on Friday night when he landed the $125,000 Kranji Stakes A race over 1000m in record-breaking time.

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Saturday, October 21 2017

New apprentice jockey Hanafi Noorman has not taken too long to ride his first career winner after he drove Haytham to victory at Kranji on Friday night.

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Saturday, October 21 2017

Sebring five-year-old Black Swan was the popular pick in the $60,000 Class 4 race over 1800m on Friday, but there weren’t many who would have thought he would rout his rivals with so much ease.

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Saturday, October 21 2017

The Titanium Racing Stable had every reason to whoop it up on Friday night after newcomer Nowyousee raced away a facile winner in the $75,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1000m.

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Friday, October 20 2017

Trainer Tan Hor Khoon won’t keep fond memories of the season underway, but if there is one horse that kicked up his adrenalin rush now and again, it has to be Crazy Dreams.

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Sunday, October 15 2017

The Cliff Brown-trained Deimos was spot-on at his racing comeback on Sunday even if he had to battle a wide trip right through the $60,000 Class 4 race over 1100m to come up trumps.

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Sunday, October 15 2017

Mauritian jockey Nooresh Juglall is riding on the crest of a wave after he brought up a riding double to cap his weekend with three winners and make it into the Top 5 in Singapore.

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Sunday, October 15 2017

New trainer Tan Kah Soon did not have to wait too long to saddle his first winner after General Conatus scored in a close finish on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 15 2017

Top Australian jockey Glen Boss was able to put behind his ordinary Caulfield trip on Saturday after he chalked up a running double with two Lim’s Stable horses back at Kranji on the very next day.

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Sunday, October 15 2017

Debut winner Easy Does It had a happy bunch of new owners experiencing the joy of racing a winner at their baptism of fire on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 15 2017

Trainer Alwin Tan has confirmed that Infantry won’t run in the Raffles Cup next Sunday.

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Saturday, October 14 2017

Comeback kid Noh Senari brought an agonisingly long wait of three years to an end following a masterful winning ride aboard longshot Awesome on Friday night.

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Saturday, October 14 2017

It may have been a modest $35,000 Class 5 race over 1200m but the smiles One O Nine’s flying win brought on trainer Tan Hor Khoon’s and jockey Koh Teck Huat’s faces were priceless.

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Friday, October 13 2017

Talented galloper Deimos makes his much-awaited racing comeback in the penultimate race on Sunday, the $60,000 Class 4 race over 1100m on Polytrack.

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Friday, October 13 2017

Trainer Saimee Jumaat is hoping recent maiden winner Danzeb has trained on as he goes head-on against meatier opposition in Friday’s $60,000 Class 4 race over 1400m.

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Friday, October 13 2017

Champion jockey Manoel Nunes may have solved the problem that has been besetting smart sprinter Nova Swiss for a while.

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Wednesday, October 11 2017

Trainer Bruce Marsh had an interesting piece of trivia to share after he decided which place in New Zealand his champion galloper War Affair would be staying at for a six-month spell.

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Wednesday, October 11 2017

Trainer Hideyuki Takaoka was not disappointed at all with Jupiter Gold’s run in the Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) three weeks ago.

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Monday, October 09 2017

Jockey Olivier Placais likened his four weeks without visiting the winner’s circle as a “desert crossing” on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 08 2017

Trainer Cliff Brown franked the close affinity he has enjoyed with the Racing Guide Classic after he landed the race sponsored by the leading racing publication for the third time in only four renewals on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 08 2017

Irish stayer Chairman gave his Gold Cup aspirations no harm with a superlative performance in the $80,000 Open Benchmark 74 race over 2000m on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 08 2017

Assistant-trainer Sammy Hill said a nice freshen-up may have done the trick on Silkino following a brilliant second win in a row on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 08 2017

Punters were right on the money after the well-backed Silent Boss went two better from his unlucky last-start third to open his account in the $75,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1400m on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 08 2017

Singapore racing took centrestage in New Zealand last Monday after two of its apprentice jockeys were recognised for their emerging talent.
 

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Saturday, October 07 2017

Underrated sprinter Pole Paradise etched his name in the record books after he broke the course record for the 1100m on Polytrack on Friday night.

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Saturday, October 07 2017

Jockey Barend Vorster made his only ride of the night count after he steered Iron Man to a gutsy all-the-way victory in the $80,000 Kranji Stakes C race over 1600m on Friday night.

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Saturday, October 07 2017

A brilliant ride from apprentice jockey Amirul Ismadi saw Cliff Brown’s filly Athena finally open her account at her 11th start on Friday night.

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Saturday, October 07 2017

Months of painstaking schooling at the pens bore fruit for capable filly Filibuster at her racing debut on Friday night.

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Friday, October 06 2017

Panasonic Kranji Mile winner Infantry has suffered a minor injury which has suddenly put him in a race against time to still get a run in his intended next assignment, the Raffles Cup.

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Friday, October 06 2017

In-form trainer Shane Baertschiger hopes his current hot streak can continue with his trio of runners in the $125,000 Racing Guide Classic (1400m) on Sunday.

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Friday, October 06 2017

Singapore Gold Cup hopeful Lim’s Samurai makes his racing comeback in the $125,000 Racing Guide Classic (1400m) this Sunday.

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Thursday, October 05 2017

When Noh Senari could not quite reel in arch-rival A’Isisuhairi Kasim in their close fight to the Singapore apprentice jockeys’ championship in 2014, little did he know his last winner Flying Zero would lead to exactly that for a long time.

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Tuesday, October 03 2017

Former Singapore Horse of the Year (2014) War Affair will not be seen at Kranji for at least six months, with the possibility of an eventual racing comeback hinging on his recovery process.

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Tuesday, October 03 2017

Leading jockey Glen Boss may not have met with much luck in Sydney over the weekend, but a chance to sit astride two future exciting prospects back in Kranji on Sunday has certainly gone a long way in making up for the fruitless red-eye flight.

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Sunday, October 01 2017

Infantry achieved a rare Singapore Derby-Kranji Mile double after he came with a sustained run to take out the $700,000 Group 1 Panasonic Kranji Mile (1600m) on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 01 2017

Champion jockey Manoel Nunes was thankful to connections for reinstating him back on two-from-two winner Yabadabadoo on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 01 2017

Punters were left reeling after the running of the $60,000 Better Life 2012 Stakes, a Class 4 Division 2 race over 1200m when roughie Spur Me On sprang a $274 surprise on Sunday.

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Sunday, October 01 2017

The leading trainer and jockey combined for an early double on Sunday, cementing further the increasingly distinct impression they are home and hosed in their respective premierships.

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Sunday, October 01 2017

Trainer Stephen Gray does not usually get too carried away with his horses, but he made an exception for impressive second-up winner Lim’s Magic on Sunday.

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