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Boy Wonder back on the right track

A bit of a letdown at his last start, Boy Wonder bounced straight back to form to land the $85,000 Novice race over 1200m on Polytrack, albeit by the slenderest of margins, on Sunday.

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No trumping Zac Ace this time

Trainer Ricardo Le Grange was walking rather cautiously towards the winner’s stall even after his ward Zac Ace was first past the line on Sunday.

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Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji

Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji - the eight race broadcast commences at 3.50pm AEST on Sky Racing2, from 5.15pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 5.45pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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Sunday meeting preview

A rare eight-race Sunday meeting at Kranji but a case of quality over quantity for punters with some excellent racing on offer including an interesting Novice event (race 5).

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Red-hot Rodd on top after taking last three races

Top jockey Michael Rodd claimed the riding honours with a hat-trick of wins in the last three races on Friday night’s eight-race programme at Kranji

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Swift double for Lim's and Mark's Stable

The Lim’s & Mark’s Stable saddled race-to-race winners at Kranji on Friday night when Country Quack and Swift Embrace landed the spoils one after another.

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Wecando aimed at Singapore Guineas

A touch of serendipity brought trainer Stephen Gray and loyal owners Mr and Mrs Chen together in the purchase of a Per Incanto three-year-old – and now they are the proud owner of a potential Singapore Guineas starter in Wecando.

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Friday meeting preview

Friday meeting preview, selections, comments and odds - Another all Poly meeting at Kranji and it may pay to keep your ear to the ground on the day and one eye on the tote, as it looks a day for improvers in some light on fields.

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Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji

Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji - the eight race broadcast commences at 8.50pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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See takes a Shot at sixth win with Maximus

After playing out various speedmap scenarios for Sunday’s $100,000 Kranji Stakes B race over 1600m in his mind, Maximus’s regular partner Troy See has singled out the other flyer in the field, Lim’s Shot as the pivotal player.

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Tan hopes Infantry can bounce back despite lack of mileage

Trainer Alwin Tan said the lack of suitable races for Infantry has made it a Catch-22 situation in terms of raising his fitness level to the desired level.

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Distinctive Darci set on a Merlion Trophy path

Polytrack specialist Distinctive Darci’s run on Sunday will give trainer Mark Walker a good guide about his prospects in the $500,000 Group 2 Merlion Trophy (1200m) on April 27.

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Shane Ellis gets trainer's licence in Kuala Lumpur

A former familiar face at Kranji will soon have his name popping up on racecards across the Causeway – Shane Ellis

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Forever Young aiming for second Chairman's Trophy

Trainer Kuah Cheng Tee did not look too concerned after Forever Young ran a long last in his barrier trial on Tuesday morning at Kranji - the dual Group winner does not usually go out to break any records at such hit-outs, but is a different proposition on raceday

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Curatolo to ride in Hong Kong on May 12

French jockey Ryan Curatolo is thrilled at being given another chance of riding in Hong Kong on May 12.

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Zawari and Shafrizal suspended

Apprentice jockeys Zawari Razali and Shafrizal Saleh are suspended for careless riding

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Classic-bound Zac Kasa jogs in

Exciting three-year-old Zac Kasa rebounded from his last-start defeat with an awesome winning display in Sunday’s last race.

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Ideal conditions see Siam Sapphire sparkle again

A game win from favourite Siam Sapphire in the $100,000 Class 2 race over 1200m on Sunday helped Michael Clements cement his top spot on the Singapore trainer’s premiership.

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Chin's copybook ride on Webster vindicates Meagher

Trainer Daniel Meagher was delighted he backed his own judgement when putting his relatively inexperienced apprentice jockey Chin See Cheng on a leading chance like Webster on Sunday.

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Placais-Takaoka lose a Star to win a Sun

Japanese mare Sun Pittsburgh’s second-up win for trainer Hideyuki Takaoka and jockey Olivier Placais more than made up for the bitter disappointment of losing the previous race by an eyelash on Sunday.

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