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  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Jockey Kim Hyer-Sun smashes another milestone

    Kim Hye-sun cruised past another landmark figure this past weekend as the jockey, already by far the most successful female rider in Korean racing history, raced past the three-hundred career winner mark, on the way to notching a four-timer at Busan Racecourse on Sunday Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Contrail signs off with a strong Japan Cup victory

    Odds-on favourite Contrail romped to a two-length victory claiming this year s Japan Cup and fifth G1 triumph in his career-finale performance at Tokyo on Sunday Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Celavi leads Clements quinella in Merlion Trophy

    Smart mare Celavi bounced back to her best with a much deserved first feature success in the $110,000 Group 3 Merlion Trophy (1200m) at Kranji on Saturday Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Amazing Breeze leaves punters stone cold

    The last meeting of the year at Kranji continued to be a graveyard for favourites after Amazing Breeze blew poor punters out of the water again in the $85,000 Better Than Ever 2012 Kranji Stakes B race (1600m) on Saturday Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Hakim, hail the new Kranji King, twice over

    King Arthur s win was just the knockout blow talented apprentice jockey Hakim Kamaruddin needed to put the Singapore champion jockeys title race to bed on Saturday Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Sand Box rolls favourites for shocking win

    Punters looking to go out with a bang and some Christmas shopping money at the last Singapore race meeting didn t quite get off to a merry start on Saturday. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Seoul and Busan Sunday meetings previews

    Seoul and Busan Sunday meetings previews - the seven race broadcast from Seoul commences at 12.45pm AEST and the six race broadcast from Busan commences at 1.10pm AEST on Sky Racing2 Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Walker seals fourth Kranji title before the 'decider'

    Keeping defending champion trainer Michael Clements in his sights from his second place for most of the season, Mark Walker only started to look the part for a fourth title from September when the New Zealand horseman s season finally started gaining traction with winners by the spades while his rival concurrently hit a speed bump. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Aidan O'Brien double-handed in Japan Cup

    Either Broome or Japan will have to produce an extraordinary performance if Aidan O'Brien is to win his first Japan Cup as local hero Contrail is odds-on to keep the prize at home and sign off his stellar career in style Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Japan and Broome in front of Mt.Fuji this morning

    Japan and Broome in front of Mt.Fuji this morning with thanks for a stunning view to Satoshi Hiramatsu @3to4hiramatsu) Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

    Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 1 (1800M) Allowance / KRW 110 Million - it s not often we get to see two heavyweights slugging it out under the lights at Saturday teatime but here s where we find old rivals Moonak Chief and Cheongdam Dokki Read More