Gutsy Big Hearted hands Simon Kok first Group 1 win in Singapore Gold Cup

Simon Kok Wei Hoong became only the second apprentice jockey to add his name to the Singapore Gold Cup (run at Kranji*) roll of honour after he steered Big Hearted to a stirring win in the handicap showpiece on Saturday.

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Gray's faith in Sky Rocket repaid

Sabah owner Patrick Lau’s patience with out-of-form Sky Rocket had been wearing thin, but he did well to heed trainer Stephen Gray’s unshakeable belief that the Darci Brahma seven-year-old’s better days were not behind him.

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Powell turns back the clock on Time Lord

Horse and rider returned to winning ways in Saturday’s $70,000 Quechua 2014 Stakes Kranji Stakes C race over 2000m at Kranji when Time Lord outstayed his rivals to hand comeback jockey and cancer survivor John Powell a first win in eight months.

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Sure Will Do some damage after second win

Exciting four-year-old Sure Will Do franked the brilliant form shown at his impressive debut win with another facile win second-up on Saturday at Kranji.

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Royal Pavilion is back in the house

A rise in trip to the turf mile saw Royal Pavilion bounce back to his best on Saturday at Kranji.

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - the 11 race broadcast commences at 12.45pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 1.1pm AEST on Sky Racing2

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 2 (1200M) Handicap / KRW 90 Million - a very competitive finale - Red Blade drops back in trip following a strong 3rd over the 1700M in August.

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Jockey and apprentice jockey licences for the 2021 Singapore racing season

The list of jockeys and apprentice jockeys who have been granted licences by the Singapore Turf Club for the 2021 racing season

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Trio must topple Knight to Strike Gold: Brown

Trainer Cliff Brown has called Top Knight as the horse to beat in Saturday’s $1 million Group 1 Singapore Gold Cup (2000m), but that doesn’t mean he has ruled out any of his three runners from stealing the race.

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Inferno invited to Hong Kong

While the green light for Top Knight is still pending, it is now certain that the Singapore flag will still be flown at the Hong Kong International Races (HKIR) at Sha Tin on December 13, with Inferno a confirmed starter in the Longines Hong Kong Sprint (1200m)

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