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Nine out of 12 places already taken for $16m Pegasus
The field is crystallising for the world's richest race, the Pegasus World Cup, with nine of the 12 available slots for the $16 million event reportedly tied up before last weekend's deadline. read full story
Disko King George bid likely as Gigginstown team starts to take shape
Disko looks increasingly likely to represent Gigginstown House Stud in the 32Red King George VI Chase at Kempton, while stablemate Road To Respect could stay at home to contest the Leopardstown Christmas Chase two days later. read full story
George hoping to cash in with Singlefarmpayment after Newbury fall
Tom George is looking forward to getting Singlefarmpayment back on track in Saturday’s Listed Lavazza Silver Cup at Ascot following the disappointment of watching him fall three out after he had crept into contention in the Ladbrokes Trophy at the start of the month.  read full story
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Ensuring Owners’ comfort, convenience and enjoyment at the Conghua Training Centre
The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Conghua Training Centre is scheduled to open in August, 2018. When it does, Owners with horses stabled there will experience all the excitement of a new venture, but with familiar comforts read full story
Leung finds Spark to snatch victory from jaws of defeat aboard Pingwu
Jockey Derek Leung’s win in the Class 2 Lukfook Jewellery Beloved Collection Handicap (1400m) on Sunday may not have held the same significance as his G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Mile success last weekend - judging by the crowd reaction, though, Pingwu Spark’s against-the-odds triumph may have been just as popular read full story
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The year that was - 2017 season
The 2017 season has come and gone in the blink of an eye, but the level of competition and the high standard of horses racing at Kranji have been as intense as ever, and will be etched in racegoers’ minds for a long time to come read full story
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Tuesday and Wednesday form
Tuesday’s meetings include Kilmore, Armidale, Rockhampton, France’s Chantilly, South Africa’s Kenilworth and Turffontein, UK’s Southwell-All Weather, Catterick and Fakenham read full story
Saturday's metro meeting at The Farm on Saturday
Sydney metropolitan racing moves to Warwick Farm on Saturday for a nine race programme with the $100,000 December Handicap (1400m) the open feature - eleven nominations were received for the race on Monday and they are extended until Tuesday read full story
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Trainer John Sadler suspended for six weeks
The Victorian Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Monday suspended trainer John Sadler for six weeks after he pleaded guilty to the Racing Victoria stewards' charge of misconduct, improper conduct or unseemly behaviour read full story
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