Busan's Friday meeting preview

Busan's Friday meeting preview - the six race broadcast commences at 3.25pm AEST on Sky Racing2 - Class 3 (1800M) Allowance / KRW 75 Million - can B.K John shake off his runner-up habit and go one better - he’ll be favourite to do so - the Colonel John gelding comes on off four consecutive 2nd place finishes

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

It is the turn of the 3-year-old colts this coming Sunday, when the final Classic of the year will be run at Hanshin Racecourse over 3,000 meters on turf, a true test of stamina - the Grade 1 Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) was first run in 1938 and received its current name in 1948

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Nunes begins quarantine in Singapore

It has been more than four months since the official nod for a visiting jockey’s licence, but it was only on Tuesday that Brazilian jockey Manoel Nunes was finally able to land in Singapore.

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Mesmerizing out to dazzle again

Impressive debut winner Mesmerizing is being taken up a notch towards a tougher assignment in the $50,000 Class 4 race over 1800m this Saturday at Kranji, but connections remained reasonably confident of another bold showing, especially over more ground

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Tiger ready for 1800m Leap

On a fairly quiet weekend, trainer Steven Burridge hopes he can still play his cards right with at least one winner at Kranji on Saturday, with the much-improved Tiger Leap the ace in his hand.

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Woodworth back to winning ways in Mauritius

Mauritius-based Kranji jockey Benny Woodworth bounced back to the winner’s circle almost a year after his last win.

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Akaitorino Musume captures her first Grade 1 title in Shuka Sho

Fourth favorite Akaitorino Musume captured the last jewel of the Japanese fillies’ Triple Crown, the Shuka Sho (2000m), to capture her first Grade 1 title at Hanshin on Sunday

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Hard Too Think caps big-race double in two countries for Gray

Stephen Gray and New Zealand’s Copperbelt Racing won Group acclaim across two continents on Saturday with Hard Too Think winning the $300,000 Group 1 Queen Elizabeth II Cup (1800m) at Kranji and Oxley Road taking out the A$300,000 Group 2 McCafe Caulfield Sprint (1000m) at Caulfield in Melbourne

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Trumpy gives Clements another Gold Cup trump card

Argentinian import Trumpy finally got off the mark at his 14th Kranji start on Saturday, and has in the process all but booked his ticket for the Singapore Gold Cup

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Fitzsimmons picks up another treble

Trainer Tim Fitzsimmons enjoyed a great day at the office at Kranji on Saturday when he brought up his second career treble.

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Strong N Smart back to his best

Former handy three-year-old Strong N Smart bounced back to his best form with an explosive last-to-first win at Kranji on Saturday.

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Korean Triple Crown runner-by-runner preview

Following Heat Yegam’s triumph in the KRA Cup Mile a week ago, it’s the turn of the fillies to kick of their Triple Crown with the first leg coming in the form of the Luna Stakes (1600M) at Busan Racecourse on Sunday afternoon.

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Seoul and Busan Sunday meetings previews

Seoul and Busan Sunday meetings previews - the five race broadcast commences at 3.30pm AEST on Sky Racing2 - Class Open “The Luna Stakes” (KOR-L) 1600M Allowance / KRW 250 Million - the first leg of the filly Triple Crown sees eight fillies travel down from Seoul to face eight from the host track of Busan

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 2 (1200M) Handicap / KRW 1200M -a very competitive race to conclude with -Uncle Oh has drawn the worst but he has run some excellent times at this and other distances - first up following three months off here and if he can find a good position from the start, he has very solid claims

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