With contacts from around the world, Racing and Sports provides something no other website can - information and form prior to a race with news and views after a race. This is both written, audio and visual. As a result, our appeal is unmatched.
As the most sought after tool for your international racing and punting needs, Racing and Sports has dedicated coverage in various sections to help you navigate the global sport.
We have Singapore/Malaysia, UK/Ireland/Europe, Hong Kong/Macau, South Africa, Japan, USA plus other international jurisdictions.
Stick with Racing and Sports for everything you need to know in the racing game.
The hot debate whether Singapore kingpin Debt Collector can measure up in Dubai gets even hotter as the eventuality of his participation in the Dubai Turf took one step closer after his sensational first-up win last Friday week.
The Thorn Park four-year-old is nominated for the US$6 million race over 1800m. While the fields have not been released yet, one person who would be in a slightly better position to lead the debate is his jockey Michael Rodd.
Trainer Desmond Koh’s two ‘black type’ winners Guru-Guru and Order Of The Sun are back into the fray this Friday and will both saddle up in the same race again.
The pair last ran in the Group 3 New Year Cup with contrasting results. Guru-Guru came with a searching run to claim the Polytrack 1900m feature race while Order Of The Sun, the 2015 Group 3 Colonial Chief Stakes (1700m) co-winner (dead-heated with Best Tothelign), floundered to run 10th more than eight lengths astern.
Stephen Gray is hoping that imposing last-start winner Darc Bounty’s achievements will not be restricted to just being a career milestone.
The son of Darci Brahma handed the Kiwi handler his 600th winner at Kranji on January 30. Ridden by Vlad Duric, the recent Leslie Khoo transfer was at his first outing for Gray when he demolished a Restricted Maiden field in a 1000m race, romping in by seven lengths.
The Singapore Turf Club has granted South Korean jockey Moon Se Young a three-month visiting jockey’s licence which will be effective from the date of issuance of a work permit.
Moon, 36, is the reigning South Korean champion jockey and boasts 16 years of riding experience during which he rode more than 1,300 winners throughout South Korea, including 25 at Grade level. The 2007 Grand Prix and the 2012 Korea Derby figure among his main career highlights.
The Shane Baertschiger-Danny Beasley combination is not such a common sight on Singapore racecards these days.
Not too long ago, they did enjoy some success, with El Milagro springing to mind as one of their major hits together, but with Aramco having only 53.5kg on his back in the $80,000 Class 3 race over 1200m on Sunday, they rejoined forces - and to good effect.
Mr Crowe rose in class in Sunday’s $60,000 Class 4 Division 2 race over 1400m but still shone the brightest to make it back-to-back wins.
Successful in a Kranji Stakes D race over 1400m at his last start three weeks ago, the Laurie Laxon-trained Alamosa four-year-old again produced a powerful acceleration inside the last 300m to come up roses.
Newcomer Deadline Day might have got the heave-ho at the betting ring, but he went out to prove the doubters wrong with a convincing win in the $75,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1200m on Sunday.
Friendless at $269, presumably because most thought he would need the run - and more ground - the half-brother to former top juvenile Onceuponatime quickened like a real sprinter inside the last 300m to get the better of Super Tycoon (Manoel Nunes) by three-quarter length.
Mark Walker was the man in the limelight on Sunday when he scooped up the first three races on the programme before making it a quartet of wins two races later.
With the bumper team of 31 runners flying his banner over the weekend, the 2015 Singapore champion trainer would have been disappointed if he did not visit the winner’s circle at least once.
A good old spray from the boss can often produce results, as jockey A’Isisuhairi Kasim found out on Friday night.
One week ago, the former two-time Singapore champion jockey took only one ride for the whole night, Zippy General, and they finished a closing fifth, but trainer Steven Burridge, who was A’Isisuhairi’s master during his formative years, let it be known in no uncertain terms he was not a happy man after his former apprentice jumped off.
Jockey Nooresh Juglall quickly bounced back from his recent race fall injury with a win at his very first ride since the accident.
The Mauritian rider took a heavy tumble from Rusty Brown in the penultimate race on February 5 after his mount appeared to clip heels at the 700m. At first, there were some fears he might be out of action for a while when he was found to have hurt his tongue and cheeks at the hospital and had to receive treatment.
Insightful comment and analysis by leading industry correspondents
See where the money is going for the upcoming feature races.