SINGAPORE: Shaw Hoping To Raise Lizarre In Gold Cup 7/11/2012 Trainer Patrick Shaw was on cloud nine when he saddled the quinella of the Singapore Gold Cup six years ago, but he remains down-to-earth about any chance of lightning striking twice with another duo in the time-honoured showpiece this Sunday.
SINGAPORE: Shaw Duo Warms Up Nicely For Gold Cup 22/10/2012 The Patrick Shaw had every reason to be happy with the run of their Singapore Gold Cup pair of hopefuls on Sunday, with Maurice Utrillo scoring a narrow win in the $95,000 Better Than Ever 2010 Stakes (1800m) and Lizarre running an encouraging fourth to Flax in the day’s feature, the Group 1 Raffles Cup (1800m).
SINGAPORE: No Bid For Fourth Gold Cup As El Dorado Bids Goodbye 12/09/2012 In a major blow to his legion of fans, triple Singapore Gold Cup winner El Dorado will not be able to have a crack at becoming the new all-time “winningest” record holder of the time-honoured race after an untimely injury forced him into early retirement.
Does the Derby dominator do it again? 29/07/2012 After the absolute spacing Chase Me put on the G1 Emirates Singapore Derby a fortnight ago there is no reason to doubt him against the all comers today under WFA.
SINGAPORE: Derby Winner Chasing More Group Glory 25/07/2012 While most Singapore Derby winners are normally given a well-earned break after such a tough test, this year's winner Chase Me is backing up within two weeks of his resounding success in the Group 1 race to race in the $300,000 Group 2 Chairman's Trophy (1800m) this Sunday.
SINGAPORE: Thrilling One-Two Finish For Otani 9/07/2012 While an air of suspense hung over Kranji as the judges brought the photo finish of Race 2 under a magnifying glass on Friday, Japanese horse owner Masa Otani was the only one who could afford to be cocky – either way he wins.
SINGAPORE: Better Life Is No Pipe Dream In Guineas 17/05/2012 For someone who has won three Singapore Gold Cups and the Singapore Four-Year-Old Challenge Triple Crown, trainer Hideyuki Takaoka knows all about big-race pressure and was without surprise a picture of calm ahead of the big weekend.
SINGAPORE: International Fields Taking Shape 9/05/2012 Fields for Singapore's two international races on May 20 – the $3 million Group 1 Singapore Airlines International Cup and the $1 million Group 1 KrisFlyer International Sprint – have attracted some top horseflesh from around the world.
SINGAPORE: No Easy Task For Better Life 18/04/2012 Unbeaten three-year-old Super Easy will be all the rage as he bids for his ninth successive win in the second Leg of the Singapore Three-Year-Old Challenge this Sunday, but a few unknown elements have been thrown into the equation this time, including top filly Better Life.
SINGAPORE: Mitre Still Ready To Peak 23/03/2012 Just three starts ago Japanese-bred five-year-old Mitre Peak was at the top of Class 4 company and looking at carving out a comfortable career for himself in Singapore.
SINGAPORE: Brown Looking Further Afield 9/03/2012 Australian trainer Cliff Brown is looking further afield with his two runners in the Group 3 $200,000 Polytrack Mile Championship over 1600m on Sunday.
SINGAPORE: Freedman Faces Another Busy Week Here And Elsewhere 2/03/2012 After having no other choice but to sit through an unplanned holiday, handy galloper Nandowra is finally back racing when he lines up in tonight's 1600m Open race on Polytrack to hopefully give trainer Michael Freedman a better idea where he is headed next.
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