Military Attack Too Good In Singapore Cup 20/05/2013 The John Moore trained Military Attack dominated the S$3m, Group 1 Singapore Airlines International Cup at Kranji on Sunday to complete an impressive international Group 1 double after winning the Audemars Piguet QEII Cup last month.
International Fields Taking Shape 3/05/2013 The fields for Singapore’s two International Group 1 races on May 19 – the $3 million Singapore Airlines International Cup and the $1 million KrisFlyer International Sprint – have attracted a good array of sprinters, middle distance performers and stayers from around the world.
No Strife Means Better Life 26/04/2013 A narrow defeat resuming for the dual G1 winning mare Better Life should not deter backers from doubling up tonight on her in the feature event.
SINGAPORE: Verenzuela Is Back In Business 18/03/2013 Comeback jockey Jose Verenzuela did not take long to get back in the winner’s enclosure when he scrubbed Play On home in a blanket finish in the $35,000 Class 5 race over 1200m on Sunday.
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: Flax Lands The Prize In Raffles Cup 22/10/2012 He may have been the smallest horse in the Group 1 $500,000 Raffles Cup over 1800m on Sunday but Flax showed he is a galloper full of heart with his comfortable victory in the Second leg of the Triple Crown Series.
Gates and Group races 21/10/2012 The barrier draw in Group racing more often than not determines whether you will win, might win or cannot win and it is an internationally recognised barometer of luck.
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: Flax Pulls Up Fine After SIA Cup 25/05/2012 Lightly-raced galloper Flax pulled-up in good order following his third placing behind Chinchon in the $3 million Group 1 Singapore International Cup over 2000m last Sunday.
Chinchon gets his reward 21/05/2012 Chinchon was the winner of the Singapore Airlines International Cup at Kranji on Sunday with a strong ride from Olivier Doleuze helping gain the result.
SINGAPORE: Chinchon Wins The Cup For France 21/05/2012 Globetrotter Chinchon lifted the spirits of his trainer Carlos Laffon-Parias after the death of his father when he recorded an impressive victory in Sunday's Group 1 Singapore Airlines International Cup at Kranji.
Doleuze guides Chinchon To SIA Cup Win 20/05/2012 An outstanding ride by Oliver Doleuze guided Chinchon to victory in the $3m, Group 1 Singapore Airlines International Cup (2000m) at Kranji on Sunday night.
SINGAPORE: Contingency Plans In Place For Flax 16/05/2012 The contingency plans put in place for Flax when he contested the $350,000 Group 2 Queen Elizabeth II Cup over 2000m on April 27 will again be followed when the five-year-old contests the $3 million Group 1 Singapore Airlines International Cup over 2000m on Sunday.
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.
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