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Debt Collector unplaced in the Dubai Turf
26 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee in Dubai Hearts skipped a beat in the Singapore camp when Debt Collector started to improve in his customary style at the half-mile of the US$6 million Group 1 Dubai Turf (1800m) on Saturday, but the last 300m was the reality check they had long feared as it soon became clear he could not quite sustain the run  read full story
Quechua fails to see out two miles in Dubai Gold Cup
26 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee in Dubai The Dubai World Cup meeting at Meydan got off to an inauspicious note for Singapore after its first runner Quechua finished out of the placings in the US$1 million Group 2 Dubai Gold Cup (3200m) on Saturday.  read full story
Blinkers sharpen up Grand Cross again
25 Mar 2017 | By Sharon Zhang Trainer James Peters reckoned Grand Cross needed a couple of runs to warm up after the blinkered-gelding scored pretty comfortably in the $80,000 Class 3 race over 1200m on Friday night  read full story
Singapore has another Wildcard in Golden Shaheen
25 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee in Dubai Singapore racing fans will be glued to their TV sets for two Dubai World Cup races on Saturday night, but they may want to know there is actually a third race they should look out for  read full story
Dundonnell far from done deal in Shaheen but Fownes hopeful
25 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee in Dubai Hong Kong trainer Caspar Fownes is confident Dundonnell is peaking at the right time for the US$2 million Group 1 Dubai Golden Shaheen (1200m) on dirt on Saturday  read full story
Geroux hopes to outgun an Arrow
24 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee in Dubai Florent Geroux is a name only a fistful of Singapore racegoers may have heard of or seen on a racecard  read full story
Quechua better than ever, says Shaw
24 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee in Dubai Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery but in Ricardo Le Grange’s case, the compliment was returned to him and taken one step further - improvement.  read full story
Le Grange pleased with Quechua's progress - and his own
24 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee in Dubai First-year trainer Ricardo Le Grange is aware he may be an unknown rookie when one looks at the who’s who of world racing wandering around at Meydan  read full story
Brown glad he listened and Debt is now ready for Dubai
24 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee in Dubai If it were for him, trainer Cliff Brown is quite adamant he would not have travelled Debt Collector to Dubai in the wake of his last run when the trip suddenly hung in the balance – but he said two persons made him change his mind.  read full story
Darci aiming for Distinction
24 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee After knocking in four wins on the bounce last year, Distinctive Darci has not greeted the judge yet in three runs this prep, but trainer Mark Walker is hoping he can find his way back to the winner’s enclosure this Sunday in the one that matters.  read full story
Friday meeting preview
24 Mar 2017 | By Larry Foley - kranjiracing.com A terrific weekend of racing at Krnaji with two Group sprints on Sunday but while there are no “black type” events on the nine race card tonight, there is some quality on offer including a cracking BM83 over 1400m  read full story
Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji
23 Mar 2017 | Singapore Turf Club Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji - the nine race broadcast commences at 9.20pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central  read full story
Khoo takes another spin with Queen Roulette
23 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee Trainer Leslie Khoo said it was always the plan to give Queen Roulette a warm-up run first before tackling the $250,000 Group 3 Singapore Three-Year-Old Sprint (1200m) next.  read full story
Beasley picks up lightweight ride on Lim's Cruiser
23 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee With jockey Vlad Duric unable to ride light, it is fellow Australian jockey Danny Beasley who will stand in for his colleague aboard EW Barker Trophy winner Lim’s Cruiser at his comeback race in the $200,000 Group 3 Rocket Man Sprint (1200m) on Sunday.  read full story
Boss ready to unleash the beast in the Count
22 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee The Australian Hall of Fame jockey Glen Boss has described the evolution of the unbeaten Countofmontecristo, his ride in the Group 3 Singapore Three-Year-Old Sprint (1200m), as a horse who has grown into a “beast”  read full story
Juglall booked on Nova Swiss in 3YO Sprint
22 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee Nova Swiss has a new jockey, with Nooresh Juglall saying the “lucky” appointment fell his way as he was available in the $250,000 Group 3 Singapore Three-Year-Old Sprint (1200m) on Sunday.  read full story
Debt Collector, Quechua have travelled well to Dubai
21 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee Singapore raiders Debt Collector and Quechua landed safely in Dubai on Saturday afternoon, and while they have yet to come out of quarantine, they have pleased connections with the way they have settled in  read full story
Cavallo brings up 10th win in style
19 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee Good old Cavallo turned up again with his trademark acceleration to score a resounding win in the $100,000 Open Benchmark 97 race over 1100m on Polytrack on Sunday.  read full story
Oxbow Sun shines after three top picks are scratched
19 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee Trainer Desmond Koh described the late scratchings of three well-backed runners in Race 7 as a “freebie” handed on a silver platter after his unfancied charge Oxbow Sun went on to make all on Sunday  read full story
Four-timer vaults Nunes to Top 3
19 Mar 2017 | By Michael Lee Champion jockey Manoel Nunes showed that class never dies after he won at his first four rides on Sunday, with four more rides still to come.  read full story
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