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Lightning return to the top for Curatolo in IRT Juvenile Stakes

French jockey Ryan Curatolo was a man in a hurry after he drove Lim’s Lightning first across the line to take out the $90,000 IRT Juvenile Stakes Open 2YO race over 1200m on Friday.

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Munro and Kellady suspended

Munro and Kellady suspended for careless riding

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Kranji's Friday meeting preview

It’s party time in Singapore on Friday with a bumper ten-race public holiday card and the day meeting looks a beauty with plenty of very good races late in the day - but again, it may be a 2YO affair that sparks the interest of punters with a full field to contest the IRT Juvenile Stakes

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Logan has high hopes on juvenile pair

Trainer Donna Logan is keeping her fingers crossed her second Singapore win could hail from either of her juvenile pair of Makkem Lad and Qiji Commander in the third Leg of the Singapore Golden Horseshoe series, the $90,000 IRT Juvenile Stakes Open 2YO (1200m) on Friday

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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 3.20pm AEST on Sky Racing1, from 3.50pm AEST on Sky Racing2, from 4.55pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 5.30pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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Meagher not rushing to raise Target

Trainer Daniel Meagher has made the concerted decision to put a four-kilo claimer on Target as the American-bred makes his bold bid for four wins on the bounce on Friday night, but is aware the mission still remains a tall order.

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Bigger things ahead for Freedman's Boss

Trainer Lee Freedman has every confidence My Big Boss will be better for the experience in the third Leg of the Singapore Golden Horseshoe two-year-old series on Friday.

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Finnegan brings Irish-Australian touch to Kranji for three weeks

Emily Finnegan can ill-afford to miss any meeting if she is aiming for back-to-back Adelaide champion apprentice jockey titles this season, but when the chance of riding in another country came up, she wouldn’t have missed it for anything in the world.

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Elite Invincible scores fighting win in Stewards' Cup

Irish import Elite Invincible scored a hard-fought win in the $500,000 Group 2 Stewards’ Cup (1400m) to cap a memorable day for jockey Vlad Duric at Kranji on Sunday.

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Mr Luck springs another surprise

Trainer Desmond Koh was not all that surprised after Mr Luck turned giant-killer again in the $125,000 Jamal Malik 2011 Stakes, a Kranji Stakes A Division 1 race over 1200m on Sunday.

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Switch back to sprints sees Jupiter strike Gold again

A drop back to sprints and Polytrack proved to be the winning move for former top juvenile Jupiter Gold on Sunday.

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Duric makes it win No 400 on Mr Hanks

Singapore champion jockey Vlad Duric hit win No 400 with the James Peters-trained Mr Hanks on Sunday.

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Heartlight lives up to NZ winning form

Unbeaten New Zealand newcomer Heartlight kept up the same winning trend even after moving to a new country with an impressive victory on debut at Kranji on Sunday.

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Kranji's Sunday meeting preview

And while the racing game can throw the occasional curveball to keep punters on their toes, at set-weight conditions it is hard to go pass the best horse - the best horse in question is Countofmontecristo and the $500,000 Group 2 Stewards’ Cup (race 8) looks his for the taking

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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 nine race broadcast commences at 3.10pm AEST on Sky Racing2, from 5.15pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 5.45pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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Curatolo back race-riding next Friday

Ryan Curatolo will make a faster comeback than expected at next Friday’s meeting on June 15 at Kranji

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New Elite horse Powers away to first Kranji win

English import Elite Power has not taken too long to stamp his authority on local turf following his imposing first Singapore win on Friday night.

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Most Favorite back in the good books

Most Favorite returned to winning ways in brilliant fashion in the 60,000 Class 4 Premier race over 1000m on Friday.

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Placais-Peters combo bounce back with Mr Hopkins

Mr Hopkins’ convincing first career win in the $20,000 Maiden race over 1600m on Friday night gave jockey Olivier Placais a bit of a fist pump moment after the line.

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Dixieland Rocks the house at first gig

Trainer Alwin Tan’s idea of giving Dixieland Rock an easier introduction to racing in a Restricted Maiden race paid instant dividends on Friday night.

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