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Winterfell finally lords over as first past line dethroned
04 Jun 2017 | By Michael Lee Scott Bailey was beaming after Winterfell finally opened his account at his 10th start on Sunday, never mind if the usual post-race celebrations had to be foregone  read full story
Sunday meeting preview
04 Jun 2017 | By Larry Foley - kranjiracing.com While Prince Philip may have retired from public appearances and Her Majesty has Royal Ascot to look forward to, the Queen Elizabeth II Cup brings a little bit of Britain to Kranji on Sunday. The festivities on course will ensure a fun day will be had by all but it is on the racetrack where the real action is  read full story
Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji
04 Jun 2017 | ThoroughbredNEWS News Desk Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji - the 11 race broadcast commences at 2.55pm AEST on Sky Racing2, from 4.55pm AESY on Sky Racing1 and from 5.25pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central  read full story
Seoul rider over the Moon with first Kranji win
03 Jun 2017 | By Michael Lee South Korean jockey Moon Se Young made Thunder Cat, his only ride of the night, count to record his first win in Singapore on Friday.  read full story
Pioneer hits win number Seven
03 Jun 2017 | By Michael Lee He used to be a fleet-footed sure thing who took no prisoners in his heyday, but Pioneer Seven is developing a habit of taking punters to the cleaners these days.  read full story
Kok rises again like a Phoenix
03 Jun 2017 | By Rob Burnet The smiles and the high fives were back in the David Kok camp on Friday night after Speedy Phoenix snapped a long run of outs that has been going on since New Year’s Day.  read full story
Chosen Harvest reaps the rewards
03 Jun 2017 | By Michael Lee Ricardo Le Grange was a happy man after he was able to train his first winner for fellow South African owner Michael Leaf on Friday night.  read full story
Webster gives old firm of Nunes-Mackies another fillip
03 Jun 2017 | By Michael Lee Champion jockey Manoel Nunes’ win aboard Webster in familiar all-emerald colours on Friday brought shades of the best horse he rode in Singapore, Spalato.  read full story
Friday meeting preview
02 Jun 2017 | By Larry Foley - kranjiracing.com While there are some handy Class 4 races as well as some interesting maidens on offer tonight, a BM97 Poly sprint (race 7) is what punters will be getting excited about and it should be a beauty.  read full story
Le Grange Storms QEII Cup with four-pronged attack
02 Jun 2017 | By Michael Lee Whenever a middle-distance feature rolls around, it is almost as certain as the day is long that trainer Ricardo Le Grange would be strongly represented, and Sunday’s $500,000 Group 1 Queen Elizabeth II Cup (1800m) is no different  read full story
QEII Cup part of Jupiter Gold's learning curve: Munro
02 Jun 2017 | By Michael Lee While some thought smart three-year-old Jupiter Gold would be a wildcard in the Queen Elizabeth II Cup on Sunday, his stocks have quickly risen to that of testing material  read full story
Boss and Gray minds think alike
02 Jun 2017 | By Michael Lee Top jockey Glen Boss thought for a second it was either him or Bridget Gray who possessed telepathic powers as he hopped off Bahana at his last race, the Group 3 Saas Fee Stakes (1400m) on May 14  read full story
Three month licence at Kranji for Craig Grylls
01 Jun 2017 | Singapore Turf Club The Singapore Turf Club has granted a three-month visiting jockey’s licence to New Zealand jockey Craig Grylls, while also renewing the existing licences of 12 jockeys and nine apprentice jockeys (both local and expatriate) for either three months or six months  read full story
Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji
01 Jun 2017 | Singapore Turf Club Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji - the nine race programme commences at 8.20pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central  read full story
Laxon to call it quits after 17 'wonderful years'
31 May 2017 | By Michael Lee The Big 10 will in the end not happen for nine-time Singapore champion trainer Laurie Laxon. The veteran handler is pulling up stumps and returning to his native New Zealand to continue his illustrious training career  read full story
Gray rapt he netted another big name for Newlands
31 May 2017 | By Michael Lee Stephen Gray’s first choice for Newlands was Opie Bosson, but after his fellow Kiwi dropped out, the Kranji handler certainly would not mind Glyn Schofield as a stand-in, especially given the urgency of the situation  read full story
Sticks and stones won't keep Nunes off Well Done
31 May 2017 | By Michael Lee Singapore’s three-time champion jockey Manoel Nunes is looking forward to reuniting with Well Done in the $500,000 Group 1 Queen Elizabeth II Cup (1800m) on Sunday.  read full story
Marsh hoping for more heroics from Warhorse in QEII Cup
31 May 2017 | By Michael Lee Trainer Bruce Marsh was showing his usual guarded optimism ahead of War Affair’s shot at another Group 1 glory in the Queen Elizabeth II Cup (1800m) this Sunday.  read full story
Glyn Schofield and Damian Browne to ride at QEII Cup meeting
30 May 2017 | Singapore Turf Club The Singapore Turf Club has granted a one-day visiting jockey’s licence to Australian-based jockeys Glyn Schofield and Damian Browne for the Queen Elizabeth II Cup meeting at Kranji this Sunday  read full story
Alibi Bosses his rivals around in Stewards' Cup
28 May 2017 | By Michael Lee Tough-as-nails galloper Alibi finally earned a richly-deserved Group success after he took out the $300,000 Group 2 Stewards’ Cup (1400m) on Sunday  read full story
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