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A danger Hong Kong will miss world's best
It's too soon to draw direct links, but there are signs of change in the last three years across the four races which make up Hong Kong's meeting: the Cup, Vase, Sprint and Mile.  read full story
Christophe Lemaire breaks leg in Kyoto fall
Christophe Lemaire was in a Kyoto hospital on Monday having sustained a break to his right leg in a fall.  read full story
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Jockey and apprentice jockey licences for the 2015 Kranji season
Jockeys and apprentice jockeys who have been granted licences by the Singapore Turf Club for the 2015 Racing Season at Kranji read full story
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New Track Ratings to be introduced on December 1
The ARB confirmed the new system of ten ratings would start at Firm 1 and go through to Heavy 10. The revised system removes the terms ‘Fast’, ‘Dead’ and ‘Slow’ replacing them with ‘Firm’ and Soft’ while also retaining the terms ‘Good’ and ‘Heavy’. read full story
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Tuesday and Wednesday form
Tuesday’s meetings include Port Macquarie, Moe, South Africa’s Vaal, UK’s Southwell-All Weather, Sedgefield, Lingfield and France’s Chantilly.  read full story
Friday's Kensington twilight meeting switched to Warwick Farm
The twilight meeting scheduled for the Kensington track this Friday has been switched to Warwick Farm - Australian Turf Club track staff to immediately begin maintenance on the Kensington surface. read full story
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