Five-year-old Mozu Superflare registers first G1 victory in Takamatsunomiya Kinen

In this year’s Takamatsunomiya Kinen, which became the first JRA-G1 race to be held without spectators due to the outbreak of the COVID-19, ninth pick Mozu Superflare claimed her first G1 title while crossing the wire in second, as Kurino Gaudi was demoted to fourth place due to an interference.

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Spring G1 campaigns for four-tear-old's and up in Japan

This year's middle-long-distance spring G1 campaign for four-year-olds & up will likely be led by the top finishers of last year's Japan Cup and Arima Kinen

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Three-Year-Old Japanese classic hopefuls

This year's Japan three-year-old classics will commence with the filly's Oka Sho (Japanese 1000 Guineas, G1, 1,600m) on April 12 and then the Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas, G1, 2,000m), the first contest for males, a week later.

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New racing Kranji fixtures for April released

The revised Kranji fixtures for the month of April

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Crystal clear win second-up

The expectations were higher in the Jason Lim camp at Crystal Dragon’s debut, but it was at his second outing that he got right on target at Kranji on Friday night.

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Lim's Dashing scores first-up after 10 months

Daniel Meagher gave another proof of his reputation as a patient trainer after Lim’s Dashing scored first-up from a 10-month spell on Friday night at Kranji.

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Minister gets the vote in Kranji Class 3

A change in tack enabled Minister to live up to his handy English form with an all-the-way win on Friday night at Kranji.

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Exciting Celavi leaves rivals reeling again

As widely expected, $7 favourite Celavi did not let her backers down with an authoritative win from barrier to box in the last race on Friday night at Kranji.

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Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji

Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji - the nine race broadcast commences at 9.20pm AEST on Sky Racing2 and Thoroughbred Central

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Kranji's Friday meeting preview

Another week down, another country (or three) suspending horse racing indefinitely but Singapore racing marches on - albeit without on-course punters this Friday as Covit-19 restrictions are upgraded - the nine-race card looks to have something for all with some tricky Class 5 and Maidens early and some very competitive racing late

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