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  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Tenno Sho (Autumn) (G1) - Preview

    Sunday marks the 162nd running of the Emperor s Cup, which is held twice a year, at Kyoto in the spring and at Tokyo in the fall - for Sunday s race, run over 2,000 meters of turf, 12 horses have been nominated including seven-time Grade 1 winner Almond Eye Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Bid to legalize online wagering in Korea gathers pace

    Lawmakers on both sides of the Korean political divide have joined growing calls for the swift passing of legislation that would permit online wagering in a desperate bid to save the Korean horse racing industry from collapse - with no legal option, Korean punters are believed to have turned to the illegal markets with illicit operators offering betting on overseas horse racing Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Clements confident Top Knight can bounce back

    With nine race meetings left in 2020, Michael Clements is imminently close to a first Singapore champion trainer title that has eluded him since he landed in Singapore in 1998, but the Zimbabwean-born handler would rather still keep the champagne on ice. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Inferno destroys best sprinters in Lion City Cup

    The epithets may be running scarce but a few unused glowing terms still came out in praise of Inferno following his exhibition gallop in the $400,000 Group 1 Lion City Cup (1200m) at Kranji on Sunday Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Rocket Star shoots the Moon down

    Smart miler Rocket Star came off a well-laid plan devised by his trainer to upstage the unbeaten Moon Face and return to winning ways in style at Kranji on Sunday. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    The August scores thumping win at first Freedman run

    At his first run for trainer Lee Freedman in the $70,000 Zac Spirit 2014 Stakes, a Class 3 Division 2 race over 1200m at Kranji on Sunday, The August came with a withering acceleration to record an impressive win Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Day Approach leads Clements 1-2

    After finishing second best three times from as many starts, Day Approach finally knocked the door down with an emphatic all-the-way win in the $75,000 Lim s Cruiser 2017 & 2018 Stakes at Kranji on Sunday. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Contrail claims Kikuka Sho to become third undefeated Japanese Triple Crown winner

    Odds on favorite Contrail claimed this year s Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) and added his name in JRA history as the third undefeated Triple Crown winner after Symboli Rudolf (1984) and his sire Deep Impact (2005) and the eighth colt to win all three titles Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) (G1) - Comments from runners' connections

    The Grade 1 Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) over 3,000 meters on the outer turf course at Kyoto Racecourse is on Sunday. It is the final Classic of the year in Japan and there s a real buzz in the air that there could be a Triple Crown winner Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Harry sticks with Merlion winner for another Lion's share

    Big-race jockey A Isisuhairi Harry Kasim confided that most people thought he must have had a brain fade - or gone gila (Malay for crazy) in local speak - when he picked Excelling over Mr Malek for this Sunday s $400,000 Group 1 Lion City Cup (1200m) Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Kranji's Sunday meeting preview

    The Covid year continues to throw up what will be anomalies in the history books and the only Group 1 sprint on the Singapore racing calendar will be run and won on Sunday with the Guineas winner - Inferno - the biggest beneficiary of the date change. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

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

    Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji - the 11 race broadcast commences at 3.00pm AEST on Sky Racing2 and from 6.00pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 6.30pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central Read More