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King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes possible for flying Permian
Permian is in contention to contest next Saturday’s King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot after recovering well from his narrow defeat in last week's Grand Prix de Paris, connections reported on Friday. read full story
Fahey strikes again in Weatherbys Super Sprint
North Yorkshire trainer Richard Fahey gained his third success in the £250,000 Weatherbys Super Sprint in the space of five years as Bengali Boys routed his opposition in the highlight of Weatherbys Super Sprint Day read full story
Scottsville's Sunday programme to work through
One week to go before the massive Gold Cup festival at Greyville next weekend. but no time to sit on our laurels with a full if difficult card at Scottsville on Sunday afternoon to work through.  read full story
Preview and form for Scottsville
Preview and form for Gold Circle's meeting at Scottsville on Sunday. read full story
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Sunday meeting preview
Sunday meeting preview, selections, comments and odds - an international weekend of racing in Singapore with two visiting Korean horses contesting the annual Korea Racing Authority Trophy read full story
Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji
Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji - the 10 race broadcast commences at 2.45pm AEST on Sky Racing2 and from 5.25pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central read full story
Work comes first for Koh, and so does Luck
There is every chance Hong Kong owner Michael Lam won’t rebuke trainer Desmond Koh for ‘snubbing’ his invitation to a quick Thailand getaway over the weekend. read full story
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Raceday wagering review
The wagering review of Saturday's fixed odds betting for races at Randwick and Flemington - Boss Lane at $9 did not have a great deal of support to win the July Sprint (1100m) holding just five percent of all bets read full story
Boss Lane continues affinity with Randwick and apprentice riders
Sydney champion apprentice elect Andrew Adkins showed experience beyond his youthful years when partnering Boss Lane (by Dubawi) to victory in the $100,000, ATC July Sprint (1100m) at Randwick on Saturday read full story
Ding-dong finish sees Avdulla reclaim the lead in Sydney jockey's title race
The compelling climax to the 2016/17 Sydney Jockeys Premiership saw a titanic finish to Race 5 on Saturday's Randwick metropolitan program with the primary contenders Brenton Avdulla and Hugh Bowman seen at their absolute best. read full story
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Randwick stewards' report
Racing NSW stewards' report from the Australian Turf Club's meeting at Randwick on Saturday - Blake Shinn and apprentice Nick Haywood suspended for careless riding read full story
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