Oka Sho (Japanese 1,000 Guineas) (G1) - Preview

Once again, the big event of the week will be staged at Hanshin Racecourse - on Sunday it will be the girls in the spotlight again, as 18 of Japan’s finest three-yeat-old fillies take on the 80th running of the Grade 1 Oka Sho

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Jockey licences for the remaining 2020 Singapore season

The list of jockeys and apprentice jockeys who have been granted licences by the Singapore Turf Club for the remaining 2020 racing season from 1 July to 31 December (both dates inclusive)

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Matured Lucky Lilac finishes strongly to win Osaka Hai

Second favorite Lucky Lilac improved on her runner-up effort in the Nakayama Kinen (G2, 1,800m) last month to captured her third G1 title in this year’s Osaka Hai which was held without the usual cheering crowd due to precautionary measures against COVID-19 taken by the JRA.

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Osaka Hai (G1) - Comments from runners' connections

The feature race in Japan on Sunday is the Grade 1 Osaka Hai (2000m), to be run at Hanshin Racecourse at 4.40pm AEST on Sky Racing1 - Danon Kingly - “I think he’s come on well since his last race, and that was his first run for a while. In training he’s been moving well and his times have been faster than I expected, so he’ll have done enough going into the race

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Singapore racing suspended until May 4th

Singapore race meetings and overseas simulcast races will be suspended from Tuesday, 7 April 2020 to Monday, 4 May 2020 - this is in line with the Singapore Government’s enhanced measures to limit the spread of COVID-19

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Yulong Edition does it again

Irish import Yulong Edition keeps stepping up to the mark after he posted another commanding win at Kranji on Friday night, his second in a row.

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Double tonic for self-isolated Peters

A timely double at Kranji saw English trainer James Peters enjoy a good night at the office, albeit remotely from his home on Friday night – Ma Bao Bao (John Sundradas, $33) in the $30,000 Class 5 Division 2 race over 1200m and Skywalk (Michael Rodd, $19) in the $100,000 Class 1 race over 1200m.

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Much-improved War Frontier scores maiden win

A good dose of patience from trainer Tan Kah Soon was well rewarded with War Frontier getting off the mark at his seventh start on Friday night.

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