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Sunday meeting preview

After a relatively tough opener to the season, punters will be hoping a few more winners can be found at the first Sunday meeting of the year

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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 11 race broadcast commences at 3.50pm AEST on Sky Racing2, from 6.25pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and ffrom 6.55pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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Le Grange runs barrier trial star Nowyousee next Friday

Last year’s runner-up trainer Ricardo Le Grange may not have saddled a winner at his first day at the office in 2018, but with the depth and quality of horses in his yard, it shouldn’t be long before he gets the ball going.

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Baertschiger hopes trial win a good omen to 2YO title

A frontrunner to scoop the juvenile title on Monday, Be Bee showed that the slight knock he took and saw him scratched from the last race on New Year’s Day was nothing but a mere speed bump after he bounced back to win his barrier trial on Thursday

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Tan bullish about Absolute Miracle returning to form

Trainer Alwin Tan hopes that a drop in grade will give Absolute Miracle a better shot at finding the line again on Sunday

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Eclipse aiming to make another Splash

Indonesian-owned galloper Eclipse Splash reaches yet another phase of his promising career when he contests the $100,000 Class 2 race over 1400m on Sunday.

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Time to celebrate our stars at the Singapore Racing Awards 2017

It’s this time of the year when the Singapore racing fraternity comes together to applaud its winners at the Singapore Racing Awards gala night - the annual event this year will be held at the John Jacob Ballroom, St Regis Hotel, 29, Tanglin Road on January 8

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Speedy Dragon sweeps away with New Year Cup

Local trainer David Kok could not have hoped for a better memory eraser of a bad year than a Group winner at the dawn of a new season on Monday, Speedy Dragon in the $200,000 Group 3 New Year Cup (1200m).

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Curatolo starts with a bang again

After gaining many new Kranji admirers at his one-day visit in September, French jockey Ryan Curatolo will probably see the fan base grow further following his winning return on Monday.

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Champion trainer off to a promising start

Champion trainer Mark Walker showed that his yard had not been mucking around during the December break after they brought up a training double from the 11-day programme on New Year’s Day on Monday

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A super Day for Clements and Placais

The new Michael Clements-Olivier Placais pairing may soon become more of a regular fixture following their double on Monday.

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Close go as Only Win matters

US-bred Only Win came with a late lunge to open his account at his seventh outing on Monday.

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Meagher laps up fleeting time at the top with Elise

The honour of firing the first 2018 salvo went to trainer Daniel Meagher after he took out the season opener, the $45,000 Welcome 2018 Stakes (1200m) with the well-backed Elise, on Monday.

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Switch to sprint has Peters looking forward to New Year Cup

The shortened New Year Cup has trainer James Peters smiling, and with a three-pronged attack in the new-look race on Monday, the smiles could turn even wider.

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New Year's Day meeting preview

New Year's Day meeting Preview, selections, comments and odds - the racing year kicks off with the New Year Cup - this installation a Group 3 handicapped Sprint - where all eyes will be on the up-and-coming star, Skywalk

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

Race analysis and race selections for Monday's New Year's Day racing at Kranji - the 11 race broadcast commences at 3.50pm AEST on Sky Racing2, from 5.50pm AEST on Sky Racing1, from 7.25pm on Sky Racing2 and from 8.05pm AEST on Sky Racing1

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Freedman has a Clint in his eyes as new season begins

Trainer Lee Freedman is banking on Mr Clint to give him another first at Singapore’s kick-off meeting on New Year’s Day.

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Walker aiming for another year of Distinction

Newly-crowned Singapore champion trainer Mark Walker might have been a runaway leader for most of 2017, but was yet again, still a notable absentee at feature race winner’s circles.

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Moor back riding at Kranji for the first week of 2018

The Singapore Turf Club has granted jockey Daniel Moor a visiting jockey’s licence to ride at the Kranji race meetings on 1 and 7 January, 2018

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The year that was - 2017 season

The 2017 season has come and gone in the blink of an eye, but the level of competition and the high standard of horses racing at Kranji have been as intense as ever, and will be etched in racegoers’ minds for a long time to come

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