Debt Collector reigns supreme in QEII Cup

Champion galloper Debt Collector left no doubt in anybody’s mind who is currently the middle-distance kingpin in Singapore after he raced away to an emphatic win in the $1 million Group 1 Queen Elizabeth II Cup (2000m) on Sunday

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Beauty Generation (NZ) brilliant again in Sha Tin Trophy

Hong Kong Horse of the Year Beauty Generation (NZ) (Road to Rock), who was a $60,000 purchase at the 2014 Select Sale at Karaka, produced another world-class performance in Sunday’s HK$4,250,000 Group 2 Oriental Watch Sha Tin Trophy (1600m).

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Fierement outduels second favorite Etario in this year’s Kikuka Sho

Seventh pick Fierement claimed this year’s Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger)at Kyoto on Sunday, the last leg of the Triple Crown, and captured his first graded victory in his only fourth career start, to become the the Kikuka Sho champion with the least career starts.

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - Races 9 to 11 are broadcast on Sky Racing with Race 9 at 6.45pm on Sky Racing1 and from 7.35pm on Sky Racing2

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Indian Star bids for third consecutive Jeju Governor's Cup

She bolted up in 2016 and then made things difficult for herself before ultimately prevailing a year ago - this Sunday, Indian Star is back at Seoul and bidding to win a third consecutive Jeju Governor’s Cup, a Group 3 test for fillies & mares over 1400m.

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 2 (1200M) Handicap / KRW 90 Million- Leonning Strom had some bad luck in running last time when 3rd over 1400M - drops back to what is probably his best distance and can return to the winner’s circle

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Busan's Friday meeting preview

Busan's Friday meeting preview - Class 2 (1400M) Handicap / KRW 90 Million - New York Mangchi has had a stop-start career to date and returned from five months out to run a good 3rd over 1800M at this class

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Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger) (G1) - Preview

After a thrilling Shuka Sho saw 3-year-old superstar filly Almond Eye carry off the honors, Kyoto Racecourse is once again the place to be on Sunday, Oct. 21, when it will host the 79th running of the Grade 1 Kikuka Sho (Japanese St. Leger).

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Superstar rider Joao Moreira looks set for Hong Kong return

‘Magic Man’ Joao Moreira looks set to make a sensational return to Hong Kong following his failure to secure a full-time Japan Racing Association licence.

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - the 11 race broadcast commences at 12.45pm on Sky Racing1 and from 1.10pm on Sky Racing2

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