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There is just no stopping Black Swan

The bar was deemed to have been raised a fraction too high this time, but Black Swan silenced the doubters with yet another gutsy win in the $100,000 Kranji Stakes B race over the mile on Friday night.

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Distinctive Darci back to winning ways

Trainer Mark Walker’s decision to fit Distinctive Darci with blinker-pacifiers proved to be spot-on after the Darci Brahma four-year-old landed the spoils in the $125,000 Kranji Stakes A race over 1100m on Friday night.

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Placais returns a winner aboard Justice Day

French jockey Olivier Placais returned from injury a winner with Justice Day in the $80,000 Class 3 race over 1200m on Friday night.

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Quarter Back scores another goal for Clements

Trainer Michael Clements continued his red-hot form with impressive debut winner Quarter Back on Friday night.

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See if he can hit right note with Anthem

Back from a four-month layoff, talented but unpredictable performer Olympic Anthem will be teamed up for the first time with current leading apprentice jockey Troy See on Friday night

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Krisna hoping for more support

Despite not commanding as many rides as fashionable names like Wong Chin Chuen, Zawari Razali or Troy See, Malaysian apprentice jockey Krisna Thangamani has somehow snuck his way into the Top Five this year.

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Friday meeting preview

All the very good horses “put backsides on seats” so you would expect a healthy crowd at Friday’s stand-alone meeting when Nowyousee tries his hand at Kranji Stakes A level over 1100m (race 7).

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Busy night for Placais at his comeback

French jockey Olivier Placais told himself he should stay away from his laptop during his period of convalescence back in Switzerland and France.

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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 nine race broadcast commences at 9.20pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central

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Kieser wants First Choice to settle better

Trainer Theo Kieser has decided to take the blinkers off last-start winner First Choice this Friday, all with the intention of settling him better should he head for loftier targets.

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