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A Race For The Ages

The Raffles Cup and as you would expect at the Weight-For-Age conditions over 1800m at Gr1 level, it is a race for very good horses

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War Affair The Choice Today

We suggested a couple of week ago that things have started to get serious in Singapore and one look at the Group 1 Panasonic Kranji Mile field confirms just that

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War Affair Returns

A standalone Friday meeting in Singapore usually means a “calm before the feature race storm” but two runners in the Kranji Stakes A sprint (race 7) makes this a meeting not to be missed.

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Emperor Max wins in Singapore on 01-06-2014

Ascot Raid A Highlight

Emperor Max arrived in Newmarket on the 27th of September and by all accounts is thriving in his prep for Saturday’s Qipco Gr1 Champion Sprint at Ascot

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A Bed Of Roses

Two of the best horses in Singapore are set to lock horns in one of the races of the season this coming Sunday

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Singapore Racing – Sunday

WAR AFFAIR would be very happy how things have gone since controversially deciding to give the International races a miss and concentrate on the 4YO series, which culminates in the Emirates Singapore Derby on Sunday.

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July Fever – Even In Singapore

If you get the chance please tune in on Sunday. It will be a great spectacle and with SG$ 1 150 000 on offer, it is one of our premier races with an awesome stake pool to boot

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Singapore Racing – Sunday

A double treat for race-goers on Sunday as we get to see the best 3YO and the best 4YO in Singapore strut their stuff in what is a great days racing.

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Huka Falls wins in Singapore 2014-09-12-web_compressed

Dad’s Working Up A Sweat!

Fastnet Dragon was looking to make it 4 wins on the trot and he duly saluted with another exceptional performance. He won with ease and I get the impression he is not fully furnished. He is the real deal and is headed straight to the top and has his eyes set on the Derby

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Competition Is Good

With our champion jockey Manoel Nunes out for a month serving a suspension for retuning to scale underweight, Australian rider Michael Rodd stepped up to the plate this weekend

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From Chaos To Reform

Charl Pretorius writes in his Off The Record column on the 4Racing website that owners, trainers and racing fans are gravely concerned about the state of our industry

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