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Tokyo trackwork - Saturday
Training report of foreign entries the 37th running of the Y648M, Grade 1 Japan Cup (2,400m) at Tokyo on Sunday - Idaho - 'Like yesterday, we walked him through the saddling area and the paddock for about half an hour before going out on the tracks. I’m very happy with him, he’s getting better and better and today he was perfect.' read full story
Jim Bannon's Journal for Woodbine - Saturday
Preview for Woodbine Entertainment Group's meeting at Woodbine on Saturday - the 10 race programme commences at 1.00pm Canadian ET, 5.00am AEST Sunday in Australia - watch the live online broadcast of the meeting – Races seven to ten are broadcast from 8.11am AEST Sunday on Sky Racing1 read full story
Japan Cup (G1) - Preview
The 37th running of the Y648M, Grade 1 Japan Cup (2,400m) at Tokyo on Sunday - Comments from Japanese runners' connections read full story
UK racing this weekend
To the racing on Saturday and we have top class action all the way from both Ascot and Haydock where I am particularly looking forward to the Betfair Chase at 3.00pm where my mate Nigel Twiston-Davies runs Bristol De Mai read full story
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HK Direct previews the Sha Tin meeting on Sunday
HK Direct, the informative weekly preview show, looks ahead to the races at the meeting at Sha Tin on Sunday with a Chevalier Cup preview and the countdown to the HKIR read full story
Rivet to debut against Spark and Giant
Rivet will make his Hong Kong debut in race eight at Sha Tin on Sunday, the Class 2 Chevalier Property Development & Operations Handicap (1400m) read full story
Fifty Fifty takes his chance at a mile in Sunday’s Chevalier Cup
Fifty Fifty faces his first Class 1 test in the Chevalier Cup Handicap (1600m) at Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday with jockey Karis Teetan looking to make amends after a luckless reversal last time out read full story
Preview and form for Sha Tin
Preview and form for the meeting at Sha Tin on Sunday - the 10 race broadcast commences at 3.45pm AEST, 12.45pm HKST, on Sky Racing2, from 5.15pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 6.05pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central read full story
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Sunday meeting preview
An interesting mixture of races on offer from Singapore on Sunday and with some handy types heading to the 1400m chute at Novice conditions in race 3, it will pay to get there early. read full story
Bang-in-form Chavez riding like there is no tomorrow
Panamanian-born jockey Oscar Chavez booted home back-to-back riding trebles on Friday night, but the mood was a little more subdued this time. read full story
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Invinzabeel defies odds and impost for win No. 6
Seasoned 6-year-old Invinzabeel (by I Am Invincible) showed his appreciation for a 1400-metre trip and racing at his home circuit of Rosehill Gardens by scoring a relatively unexpected victory in the ATC Thoroughbred Breeders NSW Handicap (1400m) in Sydney read full story
Stocks in Bull Market rise after second career win
An evenly-matched group of 3-year-olds took their chance in the $100,000, ATC The HQ Of Insurance Handicap (1400m), the second race on Saturday's Rosehill Gardens program in Sydney. read full story
Portelli eyes another Slipper after Secret Lady's Golden Gift
Warwick Farm’s Gary Portelli knows what a Golden Slipper win is all about with this year’s She Will Reign’s victory and on Saturday he had another in his sights with Secret Lady after the Choisir filly kept out firm favourite Plague Stone to win the $150,000, Golden Gift (1100m) at Rosehill read full story
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Liam Howley's application for licence upgrade approved
Racing Victoria (RV) advises that it has approved an upgrade of Liam Howley’s licence from Assistant Trainer to General Trainer and granted approval for him to assume that position, effective immediately, with the Lloyd Williams-owned Hudson Conway Racing read full story
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