Lion City Cup, a race by default for Inferno: Brown

The last time Cliff Brown sold himself short over his superstar galloper Inferno, he was happy he was eventually proven wrong.

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No Lion this year, Gray looks at cubs instead

Trainer Stephen Gray is without a runner in Sunday’s highlight, the $400,000 Group 1 Lion City Cup (1200m), but the New Zealander will still take a keen interest in a big-race meeting that holds plenty of good memories for him with two of his up-and-comers

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Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) (G1) - Preview

It is the final Classic of the year in Japan this coming Sunday, and there’s a real buzz in the air that there could be a Triple Crown winner just waiting to walk away with the title. Contrail is looking to become just the eighth Triple Crown winner in Japanese racing history,

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Peters excited with Lion City Cup duo

In-form trainer James Peters is looking forward to being represented by two ‘live chances’ in Grand Koonta and Skywalk in the $400,000 Group 1 Lion City Cup (1200m) this Sunday.

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Daring Tact wins the Shuka Sho to become the first undefeated Triple Crown Filly

Odds-on-favourite Daring Tact won this year’s Shuka Sho, the first G1 race to be held with limited number of racing fans after the COVID-19 pandemic, to claim all the fillies’ Triple Crown races including the Oka Sho (Japanese 1000 Guineas) and the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) held in spring.

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Mandrake first of Argentina plane drama to score

Trainer James Peters was a happy man on at Kranji Saturday after Mandrake emerged as the first winner from a pioneer group of Argentinian-breds raced by a new syndication group.

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It's Official, Logan and Hakim off the mark with double

Trainer Donna Logan’s desire to combine with rising apprentice jockey Hakim Kamaruddin for a win was finally granted at Kranji on Saturday, and in double dose for good measure.

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Not at all an Unsung Hero first-up

Unsung Hero surprised many when he drew clear to a resounding win first-up in the $20,000 Open Maiden race over 1000m at Kranji on Saturday.

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In All His Glory all set for the mile

In All His Glory might be stepping up to the mile for the first time, but trainer Cliff Brown remained hopeful of a forward run from his charge.

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Kranji's Saturday meeting preview

Brazilian Ruan Maia is closing the gap to the reining champ, Vlad Duric, to just seven with 10 meetings left in the Covid-reduced season - so obviously these two red-hot hoops are the jockeys to follow, but while Maia will rely on a few each-way hopes to add to his tally, it may be Duric who can extend his lead with a very good book of rides

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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 11 race broadcast commences at 3.00pm AEST on Sky Racing2.

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Nizar suspended two months, Duric warned

Stewards took no direct action against Jockey Vlad Duric for his ride on War Pride on Saturday, October 10th, but advised him that should his riding style deviate from his established pattern of riding, the Stewards may look to take action against him

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