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 Asia Racing News 
Wednesday, November 28 2018

Almond Eye, who smashed the track when winning the Japan Cup last Sunday, will run in the Dubai Turf or Sheema Classic on World Cup night on March 30.

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Monday, November 26 2018

This year’s triple crown winner and heavily favored Almond Eye became the second three-year-old filly after Gentildonna in 2012 to dominate the Japan Cup at Tokyo on Sunday.

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Sunday, November 18 2018

Outsider Silver Joy handed Kiwi trainer Bruce Marsh his 400th winner in Singapore after he won the S$85,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1600m on Sunday.

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Sunday, November 18 2018

First-season trainer Donna Logan may not be in town, but her staff headed by foreman Graeme Forbes did a great job to keep the home fires burning on the Kranji front with another winner – their ninth - on Sunday.

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Sunday, November 18 2018

Leading trainer Lee Freedman said Affleck’s return to the winner’s enclosure on Sunday gave him one of the best satisfactions he has had since he moved to Singapore in September 2017.

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Thursday, November 15 2018

In a major announcement the Singapore Turf Club (STC) said on Thursday that the prizemoney for non-Feature races will drop significantly from January 1st, 2019, two Singapore Group races will be discontinued and the proposed reestablishment of the International Races next May has been placed on hold.

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Monday, November 12 2018

The rare combination of Mark Walker and Benny Woodworth teamed up on Sunday to both claim arguably their most important win in Singapore to-date - their first Singapore Gold Cup, thanks to Elite Invincible.

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Wednesday, November 07 2018

Bright amid the spectacular fall colors is this Sunday’s racing highlight – the 43rd running of the Queen Elizabeth II Cup. Kyoto Racecourse hosts the Grade 1 showcase for fillies and mares 3 years old and up,

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Thursday, November 01 2018

2017 Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby, G1) winner and second favorite Rey de Oro dominated this year’s Tenno Sho (Autumn)scoring his second G1 win in a tough competition which included six other G1 winners.

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