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Drone ready to soar to new heights

Trainer Michael Clements has given Drone a ringing endorsement after he touted the son of Golden Archer as one of the “better two-year-olds” he’s ever had under his care.

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Teetan hoping for same travelling Fortune with Millard

Karis Teetan sees a few good omens at his next international tour of duty in Singapore.

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Alysha Collett rides Countofmontecristo in Lion City Cup

Freshly-licensed jockey Alysha Collett has not ridden in a Kranji race yet, but that has not stopped the newcomer from landing a plum ride in one of the most prestigious races in Singapore next week – Countomontecristo in the $1 million Group 1 Lion City Cup (1200m) on May 26.

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Curatolo suspended thrice for careless riding, outed six days all-up

Curatolo suspended thrice for careless riding, outed six days all-up

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Circuit Land heads 11 strong local contingent in Kranji Mile

Singapore will be represented by 11 local runners in the inaugural $1.5 million Invitational Group 1 Kranji Mile (1600m) which will be held at a twilight meeting starting at 3.45pm on Saturday, May 26th.

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Lim's Reform hands CK Ng unexpected comeback win

Local apprentice jockey Ng Choon Kiat was already happy to be back doing what he knows best on Friday night, but the smiles just got wider when he burst through the rails with a $336 pop at his very last ride.

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Yulong Xiong Hu strikes at right time

Trainer Leslie Khoo can’t wait to test Yulong Xiong Hu over more ground following his gallant win on Friday night.

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What a Horse for his lucky owners

My Horse continues to be a wonderful advertisement for rags-to-riches stories as far as equine investment goes.

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Nimitz still at sea, but back all guns blazing

Trainer Steven Burridge couldn’t conceal his delight after the talented but temperamental Nimitz returned to winning ways for new owners on Friday night.

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Miss Dusty shows clean set of heels

Trainer Cliff Brown’s new filly Miss Dusty franked the ability she showed on debut with an impressive follow-up win in the $85,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1200m on Friday night.

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Five overseas jockeys at Kranji Mile meeting

The Singapore Turf Club has granted a one-day visiting jockey’s licence to the five overseas jockeys booked to ride at the Group 1 Kranji Mile meeting on 26 May,

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Friday meeting preview

Friday meeting preview, selections, comments and odds - the countdown to the May 26 and three Group 1 races on the one day is well and truly on, with the four international invitations confirmed by the Singapore Turf Club this week

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Alysha Collett all set to launch Singapore stint

A golden opportunity to ride for six months in Singapore already had New Zealand jockey Alysha Collett bristling with excitement at the dawn of this new chapter of her promising riding career - but now it’s also come with a bonus thrill.

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Saimee takes Boy Wonder to next level

Trainer Saimee Jumaat has every reason to believe Boy Wonder will be right in his element in Friday night’s 1000m Polytrack speed dash.

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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 nine race broadcast commences at 8.20pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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Well Done moved to Baertschiger

David Kok’s dual Group 1 winner Well Done has moved stables, with the first race he will contest under the name of his new trainer Shane Baertschiger being the inaugural $1.5 million Invitational Group 1 Kranji Mile (1600m) on May 26.

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Wand in Boss's hand as Lim's Magic returns

Derby hopeful Lim’s Magic enjoyed a cruisy barrier trial one week ahead of his first-up run next Friday week

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Jason Collett booked on Lord O'Reilly in Guineas

Leading Sydney jockey Jason Collett has given trainer Leslie Khoo his okay to ride Lord O’Reilly in the $1 million Group 1 Singapore Guineas (1600m) on May 26.

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CK Ng 'hungry' as he returns to saddle on Friday

After going off the scene for a while, Mark Walker’s apprentice jockey Ng Choon Kiat will make his reappearance at Kranji this Friday.

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Southern Legend, Horse Of Fortune, Here Comes When and Ocean Emperor make up invited entries for Kranji Mile

The $1.5 million Invitational Group 1 Kranji Mile (1600m) at Kranji on May 26th will feature four overseas horses, namely Southern Legend and Horse Of Fortune, both from Hong Kong, Here Comes When from United Kingdom and Ocean Emperor from New Zealand

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