Gold City bounces back to winning ways

A well-judged ride from Louis-Philippe Beuzelin was instrumental to Gold City’s gutsy win in the $50,000 Class 4 race over 1600m on Saturday.

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I Am Sacred from behind this time

After I Am Sacred ran a shocker at his second run, trainer Mark Walker went back to the drawing board, chopped and changed a few things, and a new winning formula has been whipped up.

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Brutus finally gets well-earned first win

Never out of the placings at his previous seven starts, Brutus finally broke through for a well-deserved first win on Saturday.

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Tiger Roars to first win

After bookending the peloton in the $75,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1400m on Saturday, the well-backed Michael Clements pair of Tiger Roar and Day Approach went on to fill the forecast at the business end.

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Gray's Wisdom to take Polytrack chance

The Polytrack is the only dampener, but otherwise, the $75,000 Novice race (1200m) on Saturday is the perfect race for Infinite Wisdom, says trainer Stephen Gray.

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Kranji's Saturday meeting preview

Meeting Preview, selections, comments and odds - novice events are always worth a look and race 7 on the card is a beauty with two progressive three-year-old's in Infinite Wisdom and Tuesday the pick of the bunch

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Koh hopes newcomer Sun Noble can shine

Trainer Desmond Koh is keen to find out if his new Sun galloper Sun Noble can deliver at his Kranji debut in the Class 4 Division 1 race over 1200m on Saturday.

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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 14 race broadcast commences at 2.00pm AEST on Sky Racing2 and from 7.00pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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Lim hopeful he found the key to Takhi

Jason Lim said he had always had time for Takhi following his surprise debut win in February, but since that first bright spark, the US-bred has, however, remained a work in progress.

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Inferno smouldering ahead of Guineas

With a gap of one month between runs, trainer Cliff Brown decided a barrier trial wouldn’t do Inferno any harm ahead of his grand final and first Group 1 raid next Saturday week.

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Mr Malek passes mile test with flying colours

The big pull in weights might have swung the race Mr Malek’s way at Kranji on Saturday, but the result was still a conclusive test towards the progressive four-year-old’s real mission in two weeks’ time, the Group 1 Singapore Guineas (1600m).

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Altair bounces back to his best to lead Walker 1-2

Singapore champion trainer Mark Walker quinellaed the $85,000 Class 2 race over 1100m with Altair and Sacred Rebel finishing in that order at Kranji on Saturday.

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Aramani another top label for Aramco Stable

Former Australian Group 3 winner Charge finally got on the board at his third Kranji start on Saturday.

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Sincerely scores gutsy win on debut

When the heavens opened at Kranji on Saturday, trainer Michael Clements’ confidence over his French debutant Sincerely grew just that little bit more, even if the left-hand way of going still bothered him.

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