Singapore this Friday

Friday 18 May

 The start to the much anticipated International Weekend in Singapore gets underway on Friday night with a mixed-track meeting that includes the Group 1 Singapore Guineas.
The third leg of the Three-Year-Old series, the Guineas is worth a whopping SGD $500,000 and if the race goes according to script, the connections of the odds-on pop – SUPER EASY – can add the $150,000 bonus to their growing prizemoney total.
And while the field shapes as one of the best assembled in recent years for the feature 3YO mile, SUPER EASY – unbeaten in nine starts in Singapore – is the only horse to have on top and it does look a case of ‘who runs second’?
The filly BETTER LIFE and the Northern Hemisphere-bred SHUTTLE man – with 55.5kg and 53kg respectively at the WFA conditions – will have admirers for exotics and both looks set for big races.
BETTER LIFE in particular should benefit from what was a solid run behind SUPER EASY over 1400m in the second leg of the series and a big run is expected.
A horse that might provide value in exotics is MICHAEL.
With form at Weight-for-Age level over 2000m around the likes of WAIKATO to his name, the Laurie Laxon-trained stayer might just have last crack; especially if things get interesting early.
The other feature of the day, the $325,000 Aushorse Golden Horseshoe, is more wide open with many unknowns making the 2YO Group 2 affair very difficult.
Local trainer Leslie Khoo has two newcomers entered – EASY MAN and HOGWARTS EXPRESS – both with winning chances.
HOGWARTS EXPRESS has the benefit of race experience form New Zealand to her name and if she runs up to that form might prove hard to beat at her Singapore debut.
But a couple of horses with early wins to their names – SUPER GOOD and RISING EMPIRE – do look the benchmark.
SUPER GOOD has Joao Moreira on top – always a good pointer to a horse’s winning hopes – and he does look every chance for a ‘Super’ day for the Joy N Happiness stable.

Best Bets; BIRTHDAY GIFT (race 8, win), AMERICAN VISION (race 9, win) and KOBE TOP GUN (race 3, each-way).
Bankers for Jackpots: Race 6 (1, 2 and 10) race 7 (1), race 8 (2 and 3) and race 9 (1, 2, 4 and 9).

Race cards and Larry Foley’s synopsis follows and for updates on all runners go to
Please note the odds listed are “reference odds” only.



Race 1

A good Class 4 with the top four in the weights holding the key as they are all in top form and racing extremely consistently. The 3YO EMBLESSED is probably the one with the most upside, he has won twice at the trip and never missed a place on the Polytrack. He will sit on the pace and should run on well. Moreira’s mount DREAMCATCHER is another 3YO who from his draw has enough speed to lead or at worst sit just back off the lead; he too is suited by the 1200m and will run on well. SEIZE THE DAY will also be up on the pace, and whilst he has only won twice from 16 starts he is generally in the placings. BOUNDLESS GLORY has been over 1400m recently and is likely to get back, but with speed expected in the race he should be running on strongly late. CHARLY B scored a long overdue win last start and whilst being drawn out is a disadvantage as he could well be caught wide, he cannot be dismissed. ARAPUNI is another who will be suited by a hot pace and will finish on strongly. The blinkers go back on GOOD TOWKAY, he found the mile too far two starts back, and somehow managed to get caught wide last start, his previous form was good and he could surprise. CAN BE BETTER have had a number of trials and with Barend Vorster taking the mount could show up whilst fresh. If the emergency HUMOUR TOWN gets a run, from his rails draw, he should be able to sit back off the pace and finish off strongly.
1 CHARLY B *** Scored long overdue win last start and despite bad draw could go on with it here. 7.00
2 EMBLESSED *** On-pacer racing with great zest. Has won twice over this distance and never missed a place on the Polytrack. 3.50
3 SEIZE THE DAY *** Racing well, and whilst he does not win all that often is generally in the placings. 5.00
4 DREAMCATCHER *** Handy 3YO, well drawn, who with services of top rider should be on the pace all the way. 4.00
5 BOUNDLESS GLORY ** Last two starts over 1400 average, back to 1200 and should be running on strongly. 10
6 GOOD TOWKAY ** Disappointing last two starts but blinkers go on and back to a more suitable distance. Has plenty of pace and could surprise if he can get across. 14
7 ARAPUNI ** Consistent in this class and will be running on at the end. 16
8 DOUBLE S * Gets back and powers home but 1100 appears to be his limit. 25
9 HOWGOODISTHAT * Recent form poor and badly drawn but is a five time winner on the Polytrack and cannot be completely dismissed. 33
10 WORK AHEAD * Two starts since resuming after a short break have been ordinary. Has some ability but this is a tough field. 33
11 CAN BE BETTER ** Better than his form suggests and has had plenty of trials recently. Could go well fresh with senior rider aboard. 16
12 CARNIVAL STAR * Drawn wide and best form has been on turf. 50
13 HUMOR TOWN *** Gets back and runs on powerfully. Will be right in it if he gets a start. 6.00
14 ENGINE * Last two runs have been poor, prior to that regularly placed without winning. 25

Race 2

A collection of the usual 4YO suspects put together to race over a mile, where the depth falls away after the top five chances. FULL TOSS gets back in his races and is always running on; from the ace draw Moreira may well be able to have him more handy (with blinkers a factor) than in recent starts – expect a big run. Pat Shaw has two good hopes both of whom are drawn wide and had excuses in recent starts. POSITIVE THINKING was stripped on his hind legs at his only start over a mile, and subsequently raced well over 1400m. PRIZE FIGHTER was well beaten by COLD SECRET last start but raced very greenly, and should go a lot better for Felix Coetzee. Both horses should get nice runs on the speed and with no natural leader in the race may well be able to dictate if they can get across. ABASTOR is racing well but needs to be taken on trust at the mile, being by Viscount he may or may not get the trip. YUM CHA is bred to stay, his last run was better and he steps up to a suitable distance. ROCKETY CAT is also first time over the mile and has always raced as though the trip will suit, he should be running on late. QUE SERA SERA looks like the journey will suit and if FIRST EXPRESS gets a start, he gets on the speed and will battle away over the mile.
1 FULL TOSS *** Blinkers replace pacifiers, well drawn but gets back, should be making ground at the finish. 4.00
2 ABASTOR *** Three runs in this time have been excellent, runs on, and whilst the mile is a question mark, he should be competitive. 6.00
3 SUPER NEW HAWK * Has shown nothing so far. 50
4 ROCKY TWO * Raced greenly at only start – nicely bred but needs experience. 50
5 YAM CHA ** Ran on last start, bred to stay and this may suit. Watch. 16
6 POSITIVE THINKING *** Got into trouble at only start over a mile, ran on well last start, and barrier trialed well subsequently. Drawn poorly but has top rider to compensate and upgrade to blinkers helps. 3.75
7 PRIZE FIGHTER *** Led and battled on well Last start after racing greenly, awkwardly drawn but strong rider will help. 3.75
8 QUE SERA SERA ** Tongue tie on, has not shown a lot but races as though the trip will suit. Exotics. 14
9 JOHNNY BE GOOD * Poorly drawn, and while he has not been very good so far, the mile may suit. 33
10 NEWFOUNDFAME * Only battles. 50
11 ROCKETY CAT *** Well drawn and whilst he has to be taken on trust at the trip has always given the impression the mile will suit. 14
12 RISK FACTOR * Raced wide at only start and from good draw could show up. 20
13 NEVER RETREAT * Failed at only attempt over a mile on turf. Passing. 50
14 FIRST EXPRESS ** Raced poorly in blinkers last start, but previous efforts were reasonable. Chance if he gets a start. 14

Race 3

A very even race with a lot of tough and proven Class 4 horses to compete over a mile on the Polytrack. At long last, Brian Dean has put a senior rider on PHANTOM KNIGHT and whilst he has to carry the weight he is bound to be finishing off strongly and with any luck in running can win. KOBE TOP GUN’s form reads badly but a recent drop in Class coupled with a step up to a suitable distance has him winning soon. The tongue tie goes back on, and with Opie Bosson to steer; sharp improvement is likely today. AGENAIS is racing in tremendous form at present and just went under last start; he is perfectly drawn and should be in the firing line all the way. THE CINDERELLA MAN also has a good draw and likewise should be on the pace all the way. JOYLUCK has won six times over this trip on the Polytrack and after two recent runs over 1200m and 1700m should be ready to pounce. Top Kiwi rider Michael Coleman jumps on DARING FIGHTER and he should be running on late as should John Powell on MONTEREY who gets on a suitable surface and distance at his fourth run back from a let-up. RAFFLES KNIGHT has been disappointing, and this is a strong field, but from his good alley he could get a soft lead and be hard to run down. For the exotics the old fellow BENGAWAN is tough as teak and whilst Class 5 is his forte, he could give a good account.
1 PHANTOM KNIGHT *** Senior rider takes over, has good recent form and is bound to be charging home late. 4.00
2 DARING FIGHTER *** Gets top Kiwi rider Michael Coleman and will find this easier than recent engagements – awkwardly drawn but will be running on late with upgrade to blinkers. 8.50
3 KOBE TOP GUN *** Significant step up in distance and will win this company – big show. 6.00
4 MONTEREY ** Fourth run back from spell and suited this surface and distance, though outside draw does not help. 16
5 THE CINDERELLA MAN *** Nicely drawn and should be on the pace all the way -good chance. 6.00
6 AGENAIS *** Racing in tremendous form and from the gun alley should be in the box seat all the way. 4.00
7 FAT BOBO ** The mile tests him but usually puts in an honest effort. 16
8 JOYLUCK *** Loves this trip and surface, a 6-time winner here and bound to be in the finish. 6.00
9 RAFFLES KNIGHT ** Blinkers go on and from the good alley could well lead and be hard to run down. 16
10 LOOK AT ME * Gets backs and runs on, would be helped by a hot pace, but this is a strong field. 25
11 BENGAWAN * Versatile, tough as teak old fellow who whilst better suited in Class 5 has no weight and can never be discounted in these. 25
12 FUKU’S PET * Better suited in Class 5. 50
13 TAKIS * Last two runs poor but only win was over a mile. 50
14 ITISWHATITIS * Has been running on from a mile back in his races and could well do the same here if he gets a start. 25

Race 4

A few solid Class 5 performers compete against a bunch of battlers in this 1600m event. If RICH BORN gets a start with Moreira to ride he may be the one to beat – last start he spanked TORNADO WIN who subsequently won, and his previous form had been sound. MERLIN drops into Class 5 and whilst his best performances are on turf he is a four time winner over 1600m and has been racing very competitively in Class 4. With Greg Cheyne to steer should be able to sit just off the speed and be hard to beat. DISTINCT NICHE’s only win was over a mile, his last run over 1200m was a cracker and with Verenzuela to steer from an inside barrier he should also be able to sit just off the pace and run on strongly. STAR BALLAD’s recent form in this Class has been sound and coming off a tough Maiden win he should be competitive again. BERT is on trial over the mile, but being by Bertolini the trip should be right up his alley, and he has enough speed to sit on the pace, always an advantage in these Class 5 races. KNIGHT SCORPIO is down in Class and his only win was over 1600m on the poly – he gets back and will need luck in running. LEGACY has not won for a long time and is drawn badly, but his last four runs have been sound and in a race with little depth he represents a good place chance. SMARTY SMARTY, EQUIENCE and EXCELLENT BEAUTY make up the usual suspects to be included in the exotics.
1 KNIGHT SCORPIO ** Down in class and only win was over a mile. Gets back and will need luck, but should be running on late. 9.00
2 MERLIN *** Has won four times over a mile and back in Class 5 after solid performances in higher class should give this a shake. 4.00
3 STAR BALLAD *** Solid Maiden win last start and form consistent enough to suggest a strong chance here. 5.00
4 BERT *** On trial at the mile but breeding suggests he will be suited. Has run well in this Class previously. 6.25
5 EXCELLENT BEAUTY ** Mile is a test but has won over 1400m on turf in Class 4. Chance on best form. 14
7 DISTINCT NICHE *** Huge run over 1200m last start, has won over the mile and from good alley should be just off the pace and powering home. 4.00
8 SMARTY SMARTY ** Has been going over longer distances. One-pacer who would benefit from a fast pace in the race. 16
9 EQUIENCE ** Another one-pacer well drawn who would like plenty of speed so he can run on late. 16
10 JUMBO CAN * Another battler who has one placing in 21 starts. Exotics only. 33
11 KING OF LOTUS * Wasn’t far away last start and only placing was over this distance on turf. Could astonish. 50
12 LEGACY ** Drawn badly and hasn’t won for a long time but recent efforts have been encouraging and could get into the placings. 16
13 RICH BORN *** Smashed them last start and with top rider on board could sit on the pace and do the same again, if he gains a start. 3.00
14 ROMAN EMPIRE ** Best form is on turf, but despite wide draw has a chance if he gets a start. 14

Race 5

A capacity field of 2YOs – which in itself will be a challenge – as most of the babies’ races so far, have been small fields. Also, this is on turf over 1200m, not a flutter on the poly. SUPER GOOD is well drawn, will be ridden by Moreira, he has the Freedman polish and has had enough experience and education to do most things right. HOGWART’S EXPRESS is the most interesting runner, she ran in the Karaka Millions in NZ and was not disgraced, prior to that she had run 3rd in a Group 2 and won at Te Rapa – she has had one quiet trial, but she has experience and if she can run up to her Kiwi form she will be hard to beat from her barrier draw. RISING EMPIRE looked very good at his last start over 1000m on poly, he is drawn wider this time, but if he doesn’t have to use too much petrol early and can get a sit, he could be hard to hold out. SMART DRAGON is a speedy type and if Michael Coleman can get him across he could lead for a long way. Freedman’s other runner LAST MAN STANDING is by Bradbury’s Luck, he showed plenty on the poly at his first start, he is a question mark on turf but from the gun draw should be able to get in a good position. PITSTOP got back last start and finished strongly, from his good draw he should be able to get on the speed and finish off. It would be a brave man to tip one having its first start but EASY MAN has looked better than average at the trials, and in a race of many unknowns MASTER KING, JACKPOT, G STRATEGIST and GOLDEN PRINCE have to be included in exotic calculations.
1 SUPER GOOD *** Looked the goods at his first start but raced a bit fiercely and well beaten last time. With Moreira to steer will be hard to beat. 4.50
2 RISING EMPIRE *** Strong win last start. Awkward draw but should be right in it. 6.00
3 MASTER KING * Outside draw a challenge. Looked good at first start then faded for fourth. Ignore effort over 1400m last start and better suited in this. 25
4 JACKPOT ** Nice type whose three starts have been meritorious but draw will make this difficult. 25
5 GOLDEN PRINCE ** Nicely drawn, will get on the pace and not the worst. 16
6 ALWAYS A WINNER ** Speedy but will need all of Verenzuela’s skill to get across. 16
7 EASY MAN ** Trials well and could surprise. Watch market. 16
8 G STRATEGIST * Very green at first start but raced well though beaten a long way. Blinkers and pacifiers go on to calm him down. 25
9 LAST MAN STANDING ** Has speed and should get a good sit from gun draw. Bound to be in it for a long way. 16
10 PITSTOP *** Winkers on, good effort at first start. Needs to get on the pace from the good draw and can then finish off strongly. 6.50
11 RED RIVER ROCK ** Fair effort first up, but barrier draw makes it tough. 33
12 RORY * Speedy type who raced well at first start. Outside barrier makes it difficult. 33
13 SMART DRAGON *** Has plenty of speed and should be near the lead most of the way. 8.00
14 SONIC BLAST * Tongue tie on, has been given quiet trials but allegedly has ability. Watch market. 33
15 HOGWARTS EXPRESS *** Has good NZ form including G2 placing. Not far way in Karaka Millions. Has had one trial in Singapore. Watch market. 6.50
16 MAKE SENSE * Good effort at first start, but has a tough draw. 50
17 KAISER BRIGHT * Has not shown up at two starts. 50
18 ROMA * Has speed but badly drawn. 50

Race 6

Although carrying 59.5kg, GINGERBREAD MAN looks well placed at the race conditions and happy to think he can bounce back from a disappointing run in Dubai and win. He won the Group 1 Guineas in a clean sweep of the 3YO series on this day last year and this looks a terrific opportunity to get back in the winners circle first up over 1200m. The field lacks depth but the horse that has the Class to beat him is COUP ALIGN. The NZ-bred 6YO hasn’t really shown his best since relocating to Singapore with trainer Mark Walker; however, he has looked good enough at two runs in this campaign to think he keeps most Singapore sprinters honest. Down in the weights I think POPI POPI as a 3YO has the most upside and is certainly worth a look in exotics with MY SON and MR TIMELY thereabouts on good recent form.
1 GINGERBREAD MAN *** First up after unsuccessful Dubai run – could have given the sans rocket international sprint a red-hot go so can win this. 2.00
2 COUP ALIGN *** Has shown enough two starts this campaign to think he can win this. 3.30
3 POWERFUL RULER ** Would have appreciated first run for new stable and should improve. 30
4 MR TIMELY ** Came in for some support last start and ran well enough to be included again in this. 8.00
5 MY SON ** In form and drawn the ace but would need to be at his very best against a couple highly rated sprinters here. 8.00
6 HAMMER DOWN ** Form good and held his own when in this type of company two starts back in the Merlion Trophy – keep safe at value. 20
7 FAST BREAK * Needs it easier than this. 50
8 MOOVA HOOVA * Appreciates first up run but outclassed today. 200
9 PALOMBARO * Last couple ordinary, no. 100
10 POPI POPI *** Youngster who looks well placed with featherweight and could be the surprise packet. 8.00

Race 7

It’s hardly surprising that the top rated 3YO at Kranji, SUPER EASY, is the only horse to be on in the Group 1 Singapore Guineas. The DARCI BRAHMA entire is gunning for his tenth straight win in Singapore and like BETTER THAN EVER and GINGERBREAD MAN before him, a clean sweep in the 3YO series is his for the taking. His win in the second leg over 1400m suggests the mile is NOT an issue but when looking for likely place-getters in this $500,000 feature, horses that will be doing their best work late did appeal with MICHAEL perhaps a good forecast option. The Oscar Stable-owned stayer showed he was more than up to Group company at his last start when taking on the big guns in the WFA Queen Elizabeth Cup over 2000m and his effort to finish fourth – beaten under two lengths – behind WAIKATO suggests he gives this a shake late. This field has plenty of depth though with the likes of BETTER LIFE and SHUTTLE MAN both likely to get some support and be running on late with CASH LUCK, SUPER GURU and even BULLDOZER (at long odds) all in the mix.
1 SUPER EASY *** Undefeated in nine starts in Singapore and no problem stepping up to the mile for 10 straight. 1.10
2 CASH LUCK ** First up after a couple of game runs in Dubai and previous run in Singapore a strong mile win in good company so worth thought. 25
3 MICHAEL ** Last start 4th behind WAIKATO at WFA in the QEII was huge and pay to respect back in own age-group. 20
4 SUPER GURU ** Smart and last run probably better than the result – keep safe. 35
5 LET’S SEE ACTION ** Placed in the second leg at nice odds and no reason to think this honest type doesn’t do the same again. 50
6 TOTALITY ** Took nine starts to break through for maiden win but hasn’t looked back since can place again at this level. 40
7 EL MILAGRO ** Good effort to be in the mix at this level last start and can include somewhere is what is a very even race. 50
8 IRISH COFFEE ** Last start OK late and can improve with blinkers back on. 100
9 JERAM GLORY ** Knocked in his well deserved second win last time out and the fact he hasn’t missed a place at the other six runs suggests we can follow. 60
10 CITY LAD * Consistent but need to be at his best in what is a very good field. 200
11 BULLDOZER ** Has had excuses of late and certainly shown enough to think he could surprise a few with luck in running. 100
12 BETTER LIFE ** Looked to have every chance against SUPER EASY last start but appreciates the run and step up to the mile – follow. 12
13 SHUTTLE MAN ** Ignore last run in the wet and has to be every chance on three run unbeaten streak prior to that. 12

Race 8

As you would expect in a Class 3 Poly sprint on International weekend, the field is strong and a great race looms. And while BIRTHDAY GIFT looks the obvious on-top choice given his impressive recent winning form, he has the wide gate to contend with and some canny senior hoops will make young ‘Freddy’ Firdaus earn his keep on the likely favourite. But his last start win was just too good to ignore and the NZ-bred 4YO might just run them off their feet. GETREEL looks a serious danger from gate four with Joao Moreira on-board for Brian Dean. And while his form looks like it is starting to read badly you can make excuses and he showed in a recent slick trial he is ready to show his best. He should get the run of the race as well and that might count for plenty late. Plenty of others to look at and watch for value for the likes of ANDIKO, BOMBAATA, MAPLE STAR and SULMONA – all each way shows in what is a great race.
1 MAPLE STAR *** Edging closer to an overdue win but will need an ounce of luck from the bad gate. 10
2 BIRTHDAY GIFT *** Blitzed them last start and certainly good enough to overcome awkward gate and win again. 3.00
3 GETREEL *** Form starting to read poorly but did it tough enough last start to excuse and recent trial good enough to win this. 3.00
4 IMAGERY * Blinkers off as he tries to find form after two bad runs since win. 50
5 BOMBAATA *** Never a hope first up after issues but better than that in this type of race and could show up. 20
6 RAGING STORM ** Last run better than the result and has better gate and blinkers removed so pay to keep safe. 20
7 SULMONA *** Turned some good form into a strong win last start and pay to follow. 6.00
8 VALEVOLE ** Resuming and recent trial suggests he can step up in Class and win again. 15
9 ANDIKO *** Last start good and better again back on the Poly – watch. 8.00
10 PACINO ** Form suggests he might be looking for easier but could keep a few honest if having a good day. 50
11 SMART GENERAL * Prefer with blinkers in this company. 50
12 TEEN ANGEL * Prefer on the turf. 50
13 SHINING GLORY ** Excuses last start and keeps a few honest if he gets a start. 30
14 COUNTRY CLUB ** Another who will hold her own when she gets a start. 30

Race 9

A tough race to finish with a smart American-bred 3YO looking the one the punters might be pinning their hopes on in the last. AMERICAN VISION showed enough first up on the Poly (with support) to think he was a horse to follow before a poor effort on the turf had analysts re-thinking their optimistic views. But a five-and-a-half length blitzing of his rivals back on the Poly at start three has him the one to beat although meeting some nice Class 4 horses for the first time. So while he will need to be on his game early, he has drawn better in gate seven and Ivaldo Santana should have every confidence in notching back to back wins on the gelding. But there a few horses in this that look well placed to win and this race is far from over. WILLIAMS wins again soon in this company with winkers helping his cause today and the likes of VIDEO CALL, DORAEMON, SACRED SPRING and CAIYAYA all have winning chances.
1 WILLIAMS *** Showed last start he wins soon this company and a huge chance with winkers added from gate one. 3.00
2 VIDEO CALL *** Resuming so back in trip ideal and goes mighty close given good form last campaign. 6.00
3 CALIFORNIAN GIRL ** Has pace and will win again soon but no luck again at the barrier and might find this as tough as last start. 30
4 DORAEMON *** Super run given how tough he did it last start dropping to this company and well worth following. 6.00
5 MOVIE GOER ** Last run better than the nine in the book and did dhow two starts back what he can do on a good day. 20
6 WINONTOP ** Coming off a couple of shockers and while better than that at his best you have to take on trust. 30
7 SACRED SPRING *** Placed two starts this campaign and claim wont hurt his winning hopes today – goes close. 6.00
8 CAIYAYA *** Turned some very poor form around last start with tough placing and has to be respected on that run. 8.00
9 AMERICAN VISION *** Showed a distinct liking for the Poly winning easily in Restricted Maiden company last time out and one to follow. 6.00
10 SADDLE THE WIND * No. 500
11 SAHORO * Competitive on his day but drawn baldy and better suited Class 5. 50
12 GIVE WAY ** Shown enough two starts this company after maiden win to include in exotics. 40
13 SHORTCUT ** Solid enough but might be better suited turf in this grade. 40
14 IRISH LIGHTNING ** Always some hope but prefer over 1000m. 20


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