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 Asia Racing News 
Saturday, December 30 2017

The shortened New Year Cup has trainer James Peters smiling, and with a three-pronged attack in the new-look race on Monday, the smiles could turn even wider.

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Friday, December 29 2017

Trainer Lee Freedman is banking on Mr Clint to give him another first at Singapore’s kick-off meeting on New Year’s Day.

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Friday, December 29 2017

Newly-crowned Singapore champion trainer Mark Walker might have been a runaway leader for most of 2017, but was yet again, still a notable absentee at feature race winner’s circles.

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Monday, December 18 2017

The 2017 season has come and gone in the blink of an eye, but the level of competition and the high standard of horses racing at Kranji have been as intense as ever, and will be etched in racegoers’ minds for a long time to come.

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Monday, December 04 2017

Visiting Australian jockey Daniel Moor steered the James Peters-trained Skywalk to back-to-back wins in the $125,000 Kranji Stakes A race over 1200m at his second visit to Singapore on Sunday.

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Monday, December 04 2017

Three-time Singapore champion jockey Manoel Nunes bids Kranji farewell on a high as Nova Strike storms home to an easy win in the $$175,000 Group 3 Colonial Chief Stakes race over 1700m on Sunday.

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Monday, December 04 2017

Apprentice jockey Wong Chin Chuen was rattled when rival Zawari Razali's early Sunday double narrowed down his lead to only one win, but a patient ride on Northern Sun in the $60,000 Class 4 race over 1100m eventually handed him a second consecutive title.

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Saturday, December 02 2017

Trainer Shane Baertschiger was wondering if he would ever saddle that 300th winner all night on Friday until his promising three-year-old Be Bee sealed the milestone in the last Kranji race.

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Saturday, December 02 2017

The Ricardo Le Grange-trained Iron Man showed his big heart when he held off Certainly in the $100,000 Open Benchmark 83 race over 1400m on Friday night to make it a three-in-a-row.

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Saturday, December 02 2017

Jockey Erasmus Aslam made his only ride count when outsider Master Miner powers through on the rails to take out the $75,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1000m on Friday night.

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