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Super Silver Wolf retains Donga Ilbo

Silver Wolf successfully retained her Donga Ilbo Trophy title on Sunday, overcoming a game Cheongsu Yeogeol in a back and forth stretch duel at a soaking wet Seoul Racecourse.

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Silver Wolf faces Sky Bay in Donga Ilbo Cup

One of Korea’s all-time great race-mares kicks off her 2019 season on Sunday afternoon and Silver Wolf, never one to be shielded from a challenge, will face stern examination as she seeks to defend her Donga Ilbo Trophy title over 1800M at Seoul Racecourse.

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - the 11 race broadcast commences at 12.45pm AEST on Sky Racing2

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 1 (1400M) Handicap / KRW 110 Million - Morfhis stepped up to this class last time out on December 16th and beat two of these on his way to a good 4th place - he looks to gave more development in him and could well win here.

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Busan's Friday meeting preview

Busan's Friday meeting preview - the 11 race broadcast commences at 1.30pm AEST on Sky Racing2

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Mask reveals his sprinting talent in Segye Ilbo Cup

Mask ran out a dominant winner of the Segye Ilbo Cup, landing Korea’s first Listed race of 2019 by a commanding two-and-a-half lengths under a fine ride by reigning champion jockey Antonio Da Silva at Seoul Raceourse on Sunday afternoon.

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Sprinters get first chance to shine in Segye Ilbo Cup at Seoul

The first Listed race of the 2019 Korean season takes place at Seoul Racecourse on Sunday afternoon when twelve go to post for the Segye Ilbo Cup over 1200M - a year ago, it was 2017 Korean Derby winner Final Boss, who came home on top - this time around it is the 2nd place-getter in the 2018 Derby, Mask, who heads the field.

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Seoul and Busan Sunday meeting preview

Seoul and Busan Sunday meeting preview - the 11 race Seoul broadcast commences at 12.45pm AEST on Sky Racing 2

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 1 (2000M) Handicap / KRW 150 Million - Moonhak Chief finished off his three-year-old season with 3rd place in the KRA Cup Classic and then 6th place in the Grand Prix Stakes, both hugely creditable efforts

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Busan's Friday meeting preview

Busan's Friday meeting preview - Class 2 (1400M) Handicap / KRW 90 Million - wide open handicap to finish with - Cheonnyyeonui Gang was a good class 3 winner over a mile in December and then ran 5th in a competitive six-furlong sprint for his first try at this level three weeks ago

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Callan Murray to ride in Singapore

The Singapore Turf Club has granted a visiting jockey’s licence to South African jockey Callan Murray for the remaining 2019 Singapore season.

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Elite Invincible is the 2018 Singapore Horse of the Year

Elite Invincible walked away with the Singapore Horse of the Year title at the rebranded 2018 Racing Appreciation Night held at the JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach on Monday night

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Karaka graduates claim three awards in Singapore

After another top-class season, the 2016 Horse of the Year Debt Collector (NZ) (Thorn Park) was honoured with the prestigious Champion Miler and Champion Older Horse awards.

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Today scores weighty win at Busan

Today was a revelation in the Grand Prix Stakes running a big - and unexpected - 3rd behind Triple Nine and Cheongdam Dokki - at Busan on Sunday, the one-time confirmed sprinter burnished his two-turn credentials

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Spring Back can bounce back Sunday at Seoul

He was quite outstanding in his first two starts and even in defeat in his subsequent pair, he still looked very good. On Sunday at Seoul, exciting US import Spring Back should kick off his three-year-old season with a return to the winner’s circle.

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - the 11 race broadcast commences a 12.45pm AEST on Sky Racing2

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 2 (2000M) Allowance / KRW 110 Million - Lion Rock ran well across three starts between September and December last year

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Richard Oliver ready for long planned Korean challenge

There is a new face in the overseas jockey ranks in Korea as Great Britain’s Richard Oliver prepares to embark on an initial four-month license at Busan Racecourse this weekend.

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Busan's Friday meeting preview

Busan's Friday meeting preview - the 11 race broadcast commences at 1.30pm AEST on Sky Racing2 - Class 2 (1400M) Handicap / KRW 90 Million - competitive race to close with. British jockey Richard Oliver makes his Korean debut on Core Blade and it’s not impossible that it could be a successful one

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Road Winner and New Legend march on in contrasting styles

Two exciting colts continued their progress in Korea on Sunday, both winning but in differing styles as New Legend breezed to a third straight victory at Busan while Road Winner had to work to take out the day’s feature at Seoul.

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