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Only Win has more and bigger options ahead

Tannhauser heads a strong trio saddled by leading trainer Michael Clements in the $100,000 Class 2 race over 1200m on Sunday, but their conditioner is not ruling out an upset from the other two either – Only Win and Justice Day.

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Curvature takes aim at four-in-a-row

Trainer Lee Freedman is confident promising galloper Curvature can put in another good performance in the $100,000 Kranji Stakes B race (1400m) on Friday night, but remained rather cautious as to any loftier target ahead.

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Curatolo suspended for two days

Jockey Ryan Curatolo is suspended for two days for careless riding.

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Singapore changes conditions for young raced imports

In light of feedback received from owners and trainers, the Singapore Turf Club is changing the conditions for Restricted Maiden races to allow imported two-year-old and three-year-old raced maidens to participate in such races - the revised conditions which will encourage owners to import good quality young raced imports

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Logan wins first race in Singapore with Green Star

New Kranji trainer Donna Logan has not taken too long to saddle her first winner at her new base.

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Night to remember for Circuit Land, Freedman, Maia

Friday night’s $500,000 Group 2 Chairman’s Trophy (1600m) turned out to be a milestone event for three names in one hit – Circuit Land (horse), Lee Freedman (trainer) and Ruan Maia (jockey).

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Distinctive Darci scores thriller in Merlion Trophy

Billed as an exciting sprint race worthy of a Group 1 label, the $500,000 Group 2 Merlion Trophy certainly lived up to that tag with Polytrack specialist Distinctive Darci charging late for a most thrilling win on Friday night.

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Drone gets right on radar on debut

The first two-year-old race of the year was captured with great confidence by odds-on favourite Drone on Friday night.

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Mr Luck bounces back to winning form after break

A freshen-up seems to have been the key to rekindling the winning touch in Polytrack specialist Mr Luck.

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Duric hopes he has pulled the right rein on Infantry

We all know jockey Vlad Duric is a hard worker, and at times, the less physical side also gets a bit of a workout, more specifically, the brains.

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Friday meeting preview

After a smorgasbord of racing at Kranji that included three meetings over five days and a terrific edition of the Three Year Old Classic, the racing heats up again on Friday with not one, but two Group races.

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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 ten race broadcast commences at 8.10pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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New Land opens up for rising Brazilian star in Chairman's Trophy

Brazilian jockey Ruan Maia’s dream of riding in Singapore will come true on Friday night when he gets a leg-up aboard the Hong Kong-owned Circuit Land in the $500,000 Group 2 Chairman’s Trophy (1600m).

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Tannhauser more chilled at the trials

Tannhauser seems to be on the right path as far as attempts to teach him to settle better goes.

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Maximus sticks to the Polytrack circus he knows

In a surprising about-turn, Maximus is doing a switcheroo of feature races this Friday.

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Sky Rocket ready to explore new heights

Trainer Stephen Gray was looking forward to seeing a smart pair of four-year-old's of his race at Friday night’s meeting, but a virus will see him saddle only one in the end – Sky Rocket.

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Sprint or Mile a Gray area for Lim's Cruiser

Earlier this year, trainer Stephen Gray had identified the Singapore Sprint Series as the comeback campaign for stable star Lim’s Cruiser - the jury is still out whether Lim’s Cruiser is a sprinter or a miler

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Polytrack main hurdle to Aramco's bid for second Leg

A wide alley in a sprint feature is not usually good news, but trainer Shane Baertschiger didn’t think it was the end of the world for Aramco.

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Apprentice Wong Chin Chuen is suspended for two days for careless riding.

Apprentice Wong Chin Chuen is suspended for two days for careless riding.

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Nepean takes one step closer to Derby

A textbook frontrunning ride from jockey Matthew Kellady aboard Nepean kept the Shane Baertschiger yard going great guns on Tuesday night.

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