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Saturday, September 30 2017

Jockey Oscar Chavez was the outright hero on Friday night after he booted home a winning treble in quick succession.

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Saturday, September 30 2017

A patient ride by Oscar Chavez saw Shaqraa swoop down on the outside to record a soft win in the $60,000 Class 4 race over 1000m on Friday night.

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Saturday, September 30 2017

Trainer Ricardo Le Grange’s first words after Super Denman’s maiden victory on Friday night went straight to assistant-trainer Jacci de Tert.

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Saturday, September 30 2017

Troy See rode his first winner back from a lengthy suspension on Friday night.

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Thursday, September 28 2017

Trainer James Peters is hoping Noble Liaison can put behind his ligament issues and get back on track as he returns to racing this Sunday.

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Wednesday, September 27 2017

Trainer Cliff Brown holds a strong hand from his big team of four horses in the $700,000 Group 1 Panasonic Kranji Mile (1600m) on Sunday, but has still tagged the two youngest horses in the star-studded field as the horses to beat

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Wednesday, September 27 2017

South African trainer Ricardo Le Grange’s Panasonic Kranji Mile quartet were the stars of Tuesday trackwork after they all rounded up their prep with a perfect hit-out on the turf track on Tuesday.

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Wednesday, September 27 2017

Assistant-trainer Michael White has a simple explanation for rising star Countofmontecristo’s will to win even when up in class – practice makes perfect.

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Monday, September 25 2017

Eleven jockeys and apprentice jockeys have been granted licences by the Singapore Turf Club for the remainder of the 2017 racing season, effective from 1 October to 31 December, 2017.

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Saturday, September 23 2017

Bonny mare Jelly Bean gave trainer Shane Baertschiger’s apprentice jockey Syafiq Hazman a second hurrah, and this time without having to sit in a Stewards’ room.

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Saturday, September 23 2017

Leading jockey Vlad Duric was tickled pink he finally rode his first winner for trainer Shane ‘Stretch’ Baertschiger on Friday night.

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Saturday, September 23 2017

Progressive Irish stayer Gold Faith showed that his last-start win was no fluke after he again got on the money in brilliant fashion on Friday night.

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Saturday, September 23 2017

The signs that the career of newly-licensed trainer Saimee Jumaat is starting to gain traction were given another boost after he hogged the first two races on Friday night.

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Saturday, September 23 2017

Trainer Kuah Cheng Tee is still yet to map out the final blueprint to Forever Young’s ambitious Singapore Triple Crown series campaign trail.

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Saturday, September 23 2017

Tan Kah Soon may not be a well-known name on the Singapore racing scene, but there is every chance you will come away suitably impressed after reading the Malaysian’s glowing resume.

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Thursday, September 21 2017

A win in a modest $35,000 Open Maiden race in Singapore does not really scream headline material, but Lord Of Cloud’s victorious debut did draw the attention of a few breeding buffs in New Zealand.

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Thursday, September 21 2017

Champion jockey Manoel Nunes is making a big call by saying Infantry has come back at around the same fitness level he was at when he won the Emirates Singapore Derby at his last start in July.

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Monday, September 18 2017

Leading jockey Vlad Duric was given high praise for his perfect handling in steering boom four-year-old Chopin’s Fantaisie towards his fifth win on Sunday.

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Sunday, September 17 2017

Honest miler Twickenham upset the applecart to land his second consecutive Committee’s Prize (1600m) in almost identical fashion on Sunday.

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Sunday, September 17 2017

Exciting prospect Captain Jamie lived up to the big wraps around him with yet another resounding win on Sunday.

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Sunday, September 17 2017

Former Victorian sprinter Sun Dream came off the lucky beneficiary and survivor of a drama-packed Race 3 where nearly half the field nearly got wiped out on Sunday.

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Saturday, September 16 2017

A carbon-copy of Lucky Justice’s last-start winning tactics went a long way in seeing the strapping galloper hit paydirt again on Friday night.

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Saturday, September 16 2017

A wide barrier was no obstacle to bold frontrunner Crazy Dreams after he made all in the $60,000 Class 4 scamper over 1000m on Friday night.

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Saturday, September 16 2017

The well-known lime green and navy blue sleeves colours of Kiwi owner Thomas Heptinstall made their first appearance at the Kranji winner’s circle on Friday night.

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Saturday, September 16 2017

Luck has not always been on local trainer Mok Zhan Lun’s side this season, but he certainly had things go his way in the $35,000 Open Maiden Division 2 race over 1400m on Friday night.

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Friday, September 15 2017

Alwin Tan is hoping for a “miracle” in the $200,000 Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) on Sunday.

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Thursday, September 14 2017

Trainer Cliff Brown is bringing his Queen Elizabeth II Cup last-starting duo of Laughing Gravy and Gilt Complex back to racing in the $200,000 Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) this Sunday.

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Wednesday, September 13 2017

The Michael Clements camp is banking on a rise in trip to the mile for exciting prospect Chopin’s Fantaisie to bounce back to winning ways on Sunday.

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Tuesday, September 12 2017

From his vantage point in the overseas guest trainers’ box at Seoul’s LetsRun Park racecourse on Sunday, James Peters knew he was in trouble after only one furlong.

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Sunday, September 10 2017

Countofmontecristo was a bit of a wildcard in the $200,000 Group 3 Jumbo Jet Trophy (1400m) on Sunday, but the former top three-year-old rose to the occasion by upstaging his older and bigger-named rivals, complete with a touch of contempt.

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Saturday, September 09 2017

Australian Hall of Fame trainer Lee Freedman has not taken too long to visit the winner’s enclosure at his new base in Singapore.

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Saturday, September 09 2017

Chin Chee Seng was feeling down in the dumps after losing on favourite Oliver last Friday, especially as it was his only ride for the night and he had yet to win a race since getting another chance as an apprentice jockey with trainer Daniel Meagher.

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Saturday, September 09 2017

Trainer Shane Baertschiger was one of the first to laud his jockey John Powell’s gem of a ride aboard Aramco on Friday night.

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Saturday, September 09 2017

Reigning Singapore champion trainer Alwin Tan heaved a huge sigh of relief after Grey Falcon scraped home by the barest of margins on Friday night.

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Saturday, September 09 2017

Argentinian newcomer Master Of Malibu franked his smart barrier trial form with a commanding win in the $65,000 Initiation race over 1200m on Friday night.

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Saturday, September 09 2017

Former New Zealand-based apprentice jockey Zy Nor Azman finally clinched his first Singapore win at his 12th ride on Friday night.

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Tuesday, September 05 2017

After a sterling coup when he landed his second Garden City Trophy first-up from a seven-month spell, Faaltless is upping the ante in another Group race this Sunday.

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Tuesday, September 05 2017

Old stalwart War Affair topped off his condition ahead of the Jumbo Jet Trophy with a rousing barrier trial on Tuesday morning.

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Tuesday, September 05 2017

The Singapore Turf Club has granted a one-day licence to jockey Damian Browne to ride at the Jumbo Jet Trophy meeting this Sunday, 10 September, 2017.

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Friday, September 01 2017

Class riser Kratos surprised trainer Cliff Brown when he overcame a rather tough trip to still account for a stronger lot on Friday.

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Friday, September 01 2017

Ryan Curatolo, the Frenchman who rides with a distinct American style, came, saw and certainly conquered Singapore.

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Friday, September 01 2017

The $35,000 Open Maiden race over 1200m produced a shock result with the winning debut of $120 roughie Nimitz on Friday.

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Friday, September 01 2017

Newcomer Tun O’Reilly defied the average impression he had left at the barrier trials by getting on the scoresheet in brilliant fashion right at his first race on Friday.

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Friday, September 01 2017

A rousing hit-out at the barrier trials on Thursday had Alibi nicely tuned up for his impending racing comeback in the Group 3 Jumbo Jet Trophy (1400m) next Sunday week.

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Friday, September 01 2017

Trainer Cliff Brown has again called upon fellow Australian jockey Damian Browne for a big race ride next weekend.

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