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Tale of two Cities: CT and Lion City
13 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Just a little over one year after saddling his first career runner – Smart Fortune, who remarkably went on to become his first winner – trainer Kuah Cheng Tee will have his first Group 1 contender on Sunday.  read full story
White happy to grab next cab off the rank - Boss
13 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee In racing, there are quite a few yarns about the right man being at the right place, at the right time. Glen Boss is the latest lucky blighter who may feel that way this Sunday.  read full story
Takaoka has got Jupiter Gold's back
11 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Trainer Hideyuki Takaoka always looks as cool as a kyuri* no matter what the circumstances, and it’s no different this week as he gears smart three-year-old Jupiter Gold up ahead of his run in the $350,000 Group 2 Singapore Three-Year-Old Classic (1400m) on Friday  read full story
No doubt in Duric's mind who is his top seed: Wimbledon
11 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Vlad Duric’s decision to jump off Alibi and even Lim’s Cruiser to ride Wimbledon in the $800,000 Group 1 Lion City Cup (1200m) may have taken a few by surprise, but the leading jockey said it was loyalty that won out  read full story
David suspended one month, Shafrizal gets two days
11 Apr 2017 | Singapore Stewards Jockey Derreck David suspended for one month under MRA rule 44(6) for not riding out Dance In The Wind on March 12th  read full story
Beasley makes no mistake on Lim's top picks
08 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Jockey Danny Beasley and the Lim’s Stable were in great form on Friday night after they combined for a winning double courtesy of two favourites, Lim’s Operation and Lim’s Samurai  read full story
Finally some Good News for Tan
08 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee They say no news is Good News and that has pretty much been the story behind trainer Tan Hor Khoon’s underrated gelding  read full story
Red Duke a great supporting act to big brother Max
08 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Champion sprinter Emperor Max makes his long-awaited “annual” racing comeback in the Lion City Cup next Sunday, but in the meantime, his half-brother Red Duke slotted in as the perfect teaser ad with a gutsy maiden win in the same familiar black and pink silks on Friday night.  read full story
Clements toys with Guineas plans after Tannhauser thumps rivals
08 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Tannhauser may have stamped himself as an exciting late addition to the three-year-old mix after he came close to breaking the course 1100m record with an outstanding win at only his second start on Friday  read full story
Peters cautious about another Olympic medal
07 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Lightly-raced sprinter Olympic Anthem will attempt to score at his comeback from a six-month break on Friday, but despite his sound first-up record, trainer James Peters was treading carefully.  read full story
Splinter Classic-bound for Marsh
07 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Trainer Bruce Marsh has confirmed that Splinter will next run in the Group 2 Singapore Three-Year-Old Classic (1400m) on April 14 shortly after he scored a stylish barrier trial win on Thursday.  read full story
Yearly race for Max finally here, and he won't be alone
07 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee After one long year of waiting, trainer Stephen Gray was relieved the $800,000 Group 1 Lion City Cup (1200m) was finally rolling around for Emperor Max on April 16, but while his patience will soon be rewarded, he will also get more than he bargained for – a second runner in Lim’s Cruiser  read full story
Another tough battle for The General
07 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee The General has been falling a little out of ranks of late, but trainer Ricardo Le Grange is confident he can get him back in step, even if he faces another tall order this Friday.  read full story
Friday meeting preview
06 Apr 2017 | By Larry Foley - The racing game is a fickle one and while the reasons for Manny Nunes to lose the plumb ride on Nova Swiss two starts back have yet to make it to the press, the good news is he is back on and the punters are rejoicing  read full story
Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji
06 Apr 2017 | Singapore Turf Club Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji - the nine race broadcast commences at 8.20pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central  read full story
Juglall not riding this Friday
06 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Jockey Nooresh Juglall is a notable absentee at this Friday’s race meeting, even if his name was initially declared on one runner, which turned out to be by mistake - Olivier Placais who was the correct booking for Mohd Yusof’s galloper  read full story
Aslam suspended for two days
06 Apr 2017 | Singapore Stewards Jockey Erasmus Aslam is suspended for two days for careless riding  read full story
Nova Swiss reunites with 5-from-5 winning partner
05 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Smart Polytrack sprinter Nova Swiss will be reunited with the only jockey not to have lost on him in this Friday’s $100,000 Benchmark 97 race over 1100m, Manoel Nunes.  read full story
New rider and drop back to 1400m for Battle Of Troy
05 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee Battle Of Troy has not quite continued on the upward spiral that many thought he would be set on after his two consecutive wins at the end of last year, but trainer Desmond Koh still hopes the real potential is still to be tapped.  read full story
Hill and Nunes reunite for winning Spin
02 Apr 2017 | By Michael Lee When the opportunity arose this week trainer David Hill was certainly not averse to the idea of giving Manoel Nunes a leg-up on Keep Spinning in Sunday’s $80,000 Japan Racing Association Trophy (2200m)  read full story
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