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Rey De Oro lays down marker for Tenno Sho with impressive comeback victory

The 2017 Japanese Derby winner Rey De Oro (Kazuo Fujisawa/Christophe Lemaire) made a winning return to action when running down Satsuki Sho winner Al Ain to land this trial for the Grade 1 Tenno Sho Autumn by a neck.

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Seouri Byeol stuns Special Stone in Governor's Cup at Seoul

Just when it seemed as though Special Stone was set fair to claim the title of Champion three-year-old filly of 2018 by backing up her Korean Oaks win in the Gyeonggi Governor’s Cup at Seoul Racecourse on Sunday afternoon, up popped 10/1 chance Seouri Byeol from the rear of the field to deny her in emphatic fashion

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - the 11 race broadcast commences at 12.02pm AEST on Sky Racing2, from 12.10pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 12.35pm AEST on Sky Racing2

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Oaks winner Special Stone heads Gyeonggi Governor's Cup line-up

Special Stone made a mockery of the 22/1 odds she was sent off as when she romped home in the Korean Oaks at Busan in July and she’ll be much shorter than that as she bids to confirm her status as the year’s top three-year-old filly in the Gyeonggi Governor’s Cup (KOR G3) over 1800m at Seoul Racecourse on Sunday

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 1 (1400M) Handicap / KRW 110 Million - Op Seven and Wild Thunder came home 3rd and 4th respectively when they raced each other over 2000M on August 18th. Back in trip today, Wild Thunder may be slightly favoured to reverse the form

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Busan's Friday meeting preview

Busan's Friday meeting preview - Class 2 (1800m) Handicap / KRW 90 Million - Sin Stealth is favoured to pick up the win on what will be his first race at 1800m

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Japan doubles up as London Town and Moanin win 2018 Keeneland Korea Cup and Sprint

For the second year running, Japanese-trained horses emerged victorious in the Keeneland Korea Cup & Sprint. For London Town in the Cup, it was just as much of a procession as last year but in the Sprint, Moanin had to battle all the way to the line to see off a valiant challenge from Hong Kong’s Fight Hero.

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Nine nations race in Korea Sprint and Cup at Seoul

Keeneland Korea Cup and Sprint preview - the Keeneland Korea Sprint and its sister race the Keeneland Korea Cup have developed into two of the most diverse races in the world in terms of where the entrants hail from - the 10 race Seoul broadcast commences at 11.45am AEST on Sky Racing 2 -

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - Keeneland Korea Sprint and Cup meeting - the 10 race broadcast commences at 11.45am AEST on Sky Racing2

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Sky caller Marlow headed to Singapore

Sky's racecaller Luke Marlow admits it is with mixed emotions he is leaving Sky Racing to take the number one racecalling job in Singapore next month.

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - Korea Cup

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - Korea Cup - Great King (USA) Trained by Thomas Gillespie at Busan - he last ran in early July beating a decent field at 2000M, coming from just off the pace - he looks to still be getting better and while this is obviously a tough assignment, he can acquit himself well

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - Korea Sprint

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - Korea Sprint - Fight Hero will be looking to emulate Super Jockey, who won this race for Hong Kong in 2016. He arrives having finished up the season a winner over the all-weather at Sha Tin on June 24th at this distance, coming from off the pace

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - “Hong Kong Jockey Club Trophy” (1800m) / KRW 150 Million - Mask was 4th in the KRA Cup Mile, 2nd in the Korean Derby and 4th in the Minister’s Cup leaving him ranked 3rd among three-year-olds in Korea this year and the best at Seoul - he is the pick to return to the winner’s circle

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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 Racing 2 - Class 3 (1800m) Handicap / KRW 75 Million - Choegang Thunder has finished no worse than 3rd in any of his nine recent starts - he can go one better

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Seoul trackwork - Tuesday

All ten overseas-trained runners for this coming Sunday’s 2018 Keeneland Korea Cup and Sprint have now arrived in Korea and after heavy rain on Monday, all of them worked on the track at Seoul Racecourse on Tuesday morning

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Nova Strike (NZ) takes Moonbeam Vase

The $60,000 Ready to Run Sale recruit Nova Strike (NZ) (Red Giant) collected the second stakes win of his career with an impressive performance in Sunday’s S$200,000 Listed Moonbeam Vase (1600m) at Kranji.

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Gaon Champ too good at Seoul

He may not be running in next week’s Korean Sprint but Gaon Champ continued his march up the one-turn ranks with an effortless win over six-furlongs (1200m) at class 2 level at Seoul Racecourse on Su

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Seoul's Sunday meeting preview

Seoul's Sunday meeting preview - Class 2 (1200m) Handicap / KRW 90 Million - Gaon Champ looks a potential star and at one point looked set to run in next week’s Korea Sprint - connections have instead opted to be patient - the 11 race broadcast commences at 11.45am AEST on Sky Racing2, from 12.10pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 12.35pm AEST on Sky Racing2

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Gaon Champ avoids Korea Sprint and takes on Class 2 test this Sunday

Gaon Champ may have swerved next week’s Korea Sprint but the talented three-year-old returns to Seoul in Sunday’s feature class 2 sprint looking to enhance his burgeoning reputation.

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 1 (1800m) Handicap / KRW 110 Million - Moonhak Chief iss under a light weight here and should be returning to the winner’s circle for his first class 1 victory

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