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Sunday meeting preview

Is Tannhauser a one-track wonder? - that is the question buzzing round the coffee shops in Singapore as the boom Poly sprinter has another crack on the turf.

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Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji

Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji - the ten race programme commences at 3.50pm AEST on Sky Racing2 and from 6.30pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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Back-in-form Mr Exchequer earns another win cheque

All the stars were aligned for Mr Exchequer to win on Friday night and he sure did not let his connections down by turning up with a brilliant win in the $80,000 HJM Asia Cup, a Class 3 race over 1600m.

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Grand Cross takes out the Canada Cup

Grand Cross returned to winning ways in the $100,000 Canada Cup 2018, a Class 2 race over 1200m on Friday night.

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Lim's Racer flies home in the Air Canada Cup

Trainer Steven Burridge extended his current lead in the premiership with an 11th win which was provided by his former champion two-year-old Lim’s Racer and his promising apprentice jockey Simon Kok Wei Hoong on Friday night.

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Come And Take All makes his mark at third start

A famous tattoo was the inspiration behind the naming of Friday night’s winner Come And Take All.

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Yulong claims first win in Singapore

After coming close on a few occasions, emerging outfit Yu Long Stable was finally able to savour its first Singapore success on Friday night.

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Friday meeting preview

Friday meeting preview, selections, comments and odds - this eight-race meeting may be one out of the box for racing purists with two excellent Class 3 races bookmarking a cracking Class 2 turf sprint with all three races on the turf.

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Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji

Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji - the eight race broadcast commences at 9.50pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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Logan bounces back from near tragedy, ready for Singapore

A freak accident forced Donna Logan to arrive at Kranji one month later than scheduled, but the positive woman said the untimely setback has not really thrown her new career plans in disarray.

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Recharged Gran Torino back on starting grid

Trainer James Peters is expecting a forward run from two-time winner Gran Torino at his inaugural 2018 race this Sunday.

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All systems go for Infantry's comeback

Trainer Alwin Tan could not be happier with the way Infantry’s two barrier trials have brought him on ahead of his comeback race next Saturday week.

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Baertschiger hopes to see Paparazzi do the hounding this time

Blinkers will be the key factor to Paparazzi’s campaign towards the Singapore Four-Year-Old Challenge - a A$2.2 million purchase as a yearling, Paparazzi has not put a foot wrong at Kranji except for his second start

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Munro back riding this weekend

Unsighted since his barrier mishap on January 19, English jockey Alan Munro makes his Kranji riding comeback this weekend.

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Rodd booked for Well Done in Fortune Bowl

After weeks of to-ing and fro-ing, trainer David Kok finally revealed it was Michael Rodd who will ride his banner horse Well Done at his comeback race, the Group 3 Fortune Bowl (1400m) on February 17.

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Bahana and Newlands ready for first Dubai test this Thursday

Stephen Gray is venturing into the unknown when he lands in Dubai on Tuesday night, a couple of days ahead of Bahana’s and Newlands’ first run at Meydan Racecourse - not only has the New Zealand handler never raced a horse in the Middle-East metropolis, he will also be at his first visit there.

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Old firm Kok-Ewe resurfaces with double

Riding doubles used to be a dime a dozen for jockey Mark Ewe, but times have changed and to bring up such a haul on Sunday had him searching deep into the recesses of his mind for his last one.

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Woodworth's cool ride sees Elite Invincible home

Back-in-the-spotlight jockey Benny Woodworth is showing no signs of slowing down after he added an eighth winner to his bulging tally thanks to a pick-up ride aboard Elite Invincible on Sunday.

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Charger onwards and upwards to 3YO series

Former top juvenile Charger improved on his resuming third by going two better to give his new trainer Theo Kieser a much-needed boost on Sunday.

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Biraz simply outstanding in British Gallop

Former New Zealand two-time winner Biraz opened his local account courtesy of a blinding turn of foot that saw him claim the $80,000 The British Club Gallop (1100m) with a late flourish on Sunday.

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