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Sha Tin Diary

Hubie De Burgh, co-owner with Sir Peter Vela, of Eminent (IRE) was relieved to arrive at Sha Tin on Wednesday to hear the report of trainer Sir Mark Todd of his valuable Frankel entire’s trackwork on the All Weather track earlier in the morning - watch Eminent's workout

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Sha Tin Diary

Local activity took centre stage at Sha Tin on Tuesday morning with six trials on the All Weather track to make up for a trial free day last week on Good Friday so the international runners did not appear for their turn until well into a hot and humid morning.

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Sha Tin Diary

Australasian interest at Sha Tin on Monday centred on the Australian sprinter Viddora (AUS) who came out under travelling foreman Paddy Bell with both appearing to be relaxed and into the groove of international travel after their foray to Meydan

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Cheongdam Dokki back in business at Seoul

On the day his rival Dolkong landed back in Korea, Cheongdam Dokki put down a marker by returning to the winner’s circle in emphatic style as he successfully retained the Herald Business Trophy at Seoul Racecourse on Sunday afternoon.

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Cheongdam Dokki favoured for successful Herald Business defence

A year ago, Cheongdam Dokki added the Herald Business Trophy to the list of races he had usurped Clean Up Joy as holder of on his way to becoming the highest rated horse at Seoul -on Sunday, it’s his turn to defend as he faces seven rivals in this year’s renewal of the Listed 2000m race

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - the 11 race broadcast commences at 12.35pm on Sky Racing2

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 1 (1200M) Handicap / KRW 110 Million - Flying Champ ran 2nd to Another Smart One at class and distance on March 24th, finishing strongly

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Franco Da Silva enjoying a golden time at Busan

In March of this year, Franco Da Silva notched up his 150th Korean winner and in the process leapfrogged Joe Fujii to move into 2nd place in all-time list of foreign jockeys in Korea - Da Silva heads into the Good Friday meeting at Busan lying in 2nd place in the 2019 Jockey Premiership

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Busan's Friday meeting preview

Busan's Friday meeting preview - the ten race broadcast commences at 12.30pm AEST on Sky Racing1

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Oju Chosan sets new record landing fourth consecutive Nakayama Grand Jump Title

Overwhelming favorite Oju Chosan renewed Karasi’s 2005-2007 record and claimed his fourth back-to-back Nakayama Grand Jump victory on Sunday

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Unbeaten favorite Saturnalia claims this year’s Satsuki Sho (Japanese 2000 Guineas)

Overwhelming race favourite Saturnalia won this year’s Satsuki Sho at Nakayama on Sunday to register two consecutive Grade 1 victories following the year-end Hopeful Stakes.

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - Races 8 to 11 at on Sky Racing2 from 4.50pm AEST

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