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Troy See ends long time between drinks with a Beer

Troy See turned back the clock after scoring aboard Beer Garden at Kranji on Saturday to bring up his first winner since returning from one and a half years on the sidelines.

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Entertainer keeps the Maia show going

Ruan Maia cemented further his reputation as an astute Polytrack rider with yet another win notched on the alternative track at Kranji on Saturday.

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Kranji's Saturday meeting preview

While only one meeting into the new season, the premiership tables make for fascinating reading with Jerome Tan sitting on top of the Trainers’ log with two wins - what was interesting is that thanks to a dead-heat, 10 other trainers managed one win to open the season and with Lee Freedman soon to depart for Australia, the training ranks do look even which make for good racing

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

Race analysis and race selections for Saturday's racing at Kranji - the 10 race broadcast commences at 3.30pm AEST on Sky Racing2

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Koh hoping for better Luck on Saturday

The Singapore Gold Cup was the ultimate yardstick trainer Desmond Koh was chasing for Luck Of Master last season, but after the up-and-coming stayer failed to make the cut, he had to go back to the drawing board.

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Busan's Friday meeting preview

Busan's Friday meeting preview - the broadcast commences at 12.35pm AEST on Sky Racing2

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Triple Grade 1 winner Fierement retired to Northern Farm after suspensory injury

Multiple Japanese Grade 1 winner Fierement has been retired due to a suspensory ligament injury and will stand at Katsumi Yoshida's Northern Farm.

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First Poly test for Vittoria Perfetta, On Line

Singapore champion trainer Michael Clements didn’t seem too worried that his three-pronged attack in the $70,000 Kranji Stakes C race over the Polytrack mile at Kranji on Saturday consists of two unknown quantities on the alternative surface – Vittoria Perfetta and On Line.

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Brown relaunches progressive four-year-old duo

Two of Cliff Brown’s most promising horses from the past season, Trading Post and In All His Glory, share something in common as they line up in the two Class 4 races over 1200m at Kranji on Saturday

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Maia Surpasses himself with treble at season opener at Kranji

After being widely tipped, even by his 2020 conqueror Vlad Duric, as the jockey who would make this 2021 season his own, Ruan Maia has certainly taken the step in the right direction with an early hat-trick of wins at Singapore’s opening day at Kranji on Sunday.

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Super Invincible scores in near record time

A drop back to his pet 1000m speed scamper produced a second win in near record time for promising sprinter Super Invincible at Kranji on Sunday, though trainer Lee Freedman has not ruled out a step-up back to longer another day

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Seow happy with first ride, hands boss stable trifecta

Jerlyn Seow did not get off to the fairytale start she was dreaming of, but her second place at her first career ride on favourite Black Quail at Kranji on Sunday would still not wipe the smile off the face of the former café worker upon unsaddling.

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New champion trainer keeps show going with Mortal Engine

Freshly-minted Singapore champion trainer Michael Clements picked up where he left off with already a first 2021 winner on the board in newcomer Mortal Engine at the inaugural season at Kranji on Sunday.

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Jerlyn Seow nervous and excited ahead of debut

Newly-licenced apprentice jockey Jerlyn Seow Poh Hui may still be diffident about her riding skills but she cannot wait to put them to the test at her race-riding debut at Kranji on Sunday

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The (strange) year that was – 2020 season

This time last year when we wished our readers a Happy New Year 2020 at our traditional Kranji season recap - little did we know that the word “Happy” would feel like a long lost friend in 2020

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Even tougher year ahead? 'Bring it on!' says Duric

As much as that fourth consecutive Singapore champion jockey title was by his own admission the hardest to engineer, Vlad Duric is already champing at the bit for a five-peat next season

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Omega Perfume enters Japanese racing record books with third Tokyo Daishoten win

Omega Perfume carved out a significant slice of Japan racing history for himself on Tuesday, when becoming the first horse in his nation to win the same Group 1 Flat race three times on the spin.

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Yusoff gets the best out of Ironside

Trainer Donna Logan’s good understanding of the chemistry between her horses and riders played some part in getting Ironside back into his winning groove at Kranji on Sunday.

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Lim's Craft beats colic, hands fourth title to Duric

The major achievement at Kranji on Sunday was the cliff hanger of Sunday’s ultimate 2020 meeting coming to a head in that race – Vlad Duric winning his fourth consecutive Singapore champion jockey title

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Ewe signs off on winning note, vows to come back

Mark Ewe was a man with mixed emotions after he booted Nineteen Gale home in the$30,000 Class 5 Division 1 race over 1700m at Kranji on Sunday.

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