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Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - 11th and 13th of August

Promising galloper Julius Caesar returned in a big way last weekend, spacing his rivals in the final event at Kranji on Friday night.

Countofmontecristo on standby for a comeback

There is every chance former top three-year-old Countofmontecristo will be making his racing comeback this Sunday.

Mighty wants to re-Conquer within a week

Smart Friday winner Mighty Conqueror is having another bite at the cherry this weekend.

Chopin tuning up for next performance

Unbeaten four-year-old Chopin’s Fantaisie looked in impeccable order as he stepped out for an easy barrier trial on Tuesday.

Lim's Racer back to her best as she takes last

Former Aushorse Golden Horseshoe winner Lim’s Racer returned from bone chips surgery a brilliant winner on Sunday.

Six wins and the Poon Train has just whizzed past Kranji

The whistle stop in Singapore has come to an end, but the Poon Train has certainly made winning stops at all his stations since he has come chugging along at Kranji.

Blinkers do the trick on Lim's Shot again

Trainer Laurie Laxon’s worries about Lim’s Shot being out of the handicap were quickly allayed after the grey posted a stout win from favourite Splinter in the $80,000 Kranji Stakes C race over 1200m on Sunday.

Saimee a relieved man as he saddles first winner as trainer

Five years ago, Saimee Jumaat bringing up win No 1356 would not have had anyone batting an eyelid.

Juglall delivers on his Mokastar promise

Nooresh Juglall might consider a second job as a wedding planner.

Julius Caesar takes no prisoners in last

Trainer James Peters and leading jockey Vlad Duric made their only assignment for the night count when they combined in Friday’s last race to career away with the top prize with even-money favourite Julius Caesar.

Lucky Six wins his lucky sixth at big odds

The shock of the night had to be $203 longshot Lucky Six springing back to winning form in the $60,000 Class 4 Division 2 race over 1200m on Friday night.

Mighty Conqueror resumes stronger and better

A mentally and physically stronger Mighty Conqueror was seen in full flight at his victory in the $80,000 Class 3 race over 1000m on Friday.

Poon's Preditorial instincts on the rampage

Three meetings, four winners, that would be the proud record Hong Kong’s rising star Matthew Poon now boasts at Kranji.

Ettijah the perfect wedding present to the Le Granges

Assistant-trainer Jacci de Tert dedicated Friday night’s winner Ettijah to newlyweds Daniel and Amelle Le Grange who were getting married thousands of kilometres away in England.

Short trip for Columbus first before charting new lands

Trainer Desmond Koh’s smart debut winner Columbus makes a bold attempt at back-to-back wins when he takes on stronger opposition in the $60,000 Class 4 race over 1200m on Friday night.

Juglall's wish for Le Grange's brother's wedding gift list: A winner

Nooresh Juglall is hoping for a good haul from his handy book of rides this weekend, the bonus being if one of them can come as a wedding present to trainer Ricardo Le Grange’s brother Daniel.

Mokastar Poised To Break Through

A sharp drop back in grade leaves the Ricardo Le Grange trained Mokastar well placed to break his maiden status in the second event this evening.

Sam Subian stays positive despite uncertain future

Two months after a successful surgery to his thoracic spine, injured jockey Sam Subian is fully aware he may not be able to walk again.

Laxon takes double Shot in Sunday's Kranji Stakes C

Trainer Laurie Laxon saddles a handy duo in last-start winner Lim’s Shot and Katagas in the $80,000 Kranji Stakes C race over 1200m on Sunday, but tends to lean more towards the latter even if his last win dates back to more than 16 months.

Chips are down as Racer returns

Last year’s Aushorse Golden Horseshoe winner Lim’s Racer has seen her racing career stall a little after her Group 2 success in June 2016, but trainer Steven Burridge is hoping she can still make a fresh new start this Sunday.

Tan losing ground but not faith in late rally

Singapore champion trainer Alwin Tan recognises that the defence of his 2017 title is starting to look like a tough ask, but that doesn’t mean he has thrown in the towel.

Julius Caesar To Reign Supreme First Up

Promising galloper Julius Caesar appears well placed to make a winning return when due to contest the final event at Kranji this evening.

Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - 4th and 6th of August

Singapore Guineas winner Forever Young bounced back in a big way on Sunday evening when leading throughout in the Group 2 Chairman's Trophy [1800m].

Young career off and running this Friday

Young Keah Yong saddles his first runner Zippy General this Friday, but the newly-licensed trainer said he felt more like he was dipping his toe in the water, and not to expect the moon and the stars at his first few months.

Forever Young does it again from the front

Forever Young bounced back to form in the best possible way by winning his second silverware in the $300,000 Group 2 Chairman’s Trophy (1800m) on Sunday.

Faaltless display leads to second Garden City Trophy and Poon's first Group win

Matthew Poon’s rapid rise at Kranji soared to another level on Sunday after he took out the $200,000 Group 3 Garden City Trophy (1200m) aboard Faaltless.

Super Fortune lifts late to go two-up

Australian import Super Fortune had to dig down deep but in the end made it two-from-two in the $80,000 Thundering Jet 2010 Stakes, a Class 3 race over 1200m on Sunday.

Le Grange survives sticky Situation to earn double

Situation came off the narrow winner from a slogging battle in the $60,000 Goodman 2014 Stakes, a Class 4 Division 1 race over 1600m on Sunday, but another battle had to be fought in the Stewards’ room before correct weight could be flashed.

Poon shows great poise on and off saddle

Despite his meteoric rise, Hong Kong apprentice jockey Matthew Poon has remained a shining example of a humble young man still grounded by traditional values like friendship and respect.

Wide gate no barrier to Gariza

Argentinian four-year-old Gariza returned from a short let-up to record his maiden Kranji win in the $60,000 Class 4 Division 1 race over 1200m on Friday.

Poon off the mark early at Kranji

Up-and-coming Hong Kong apprentice jockey Matthew Poon described the experience of riding a winner at his first meeting in Singapore as “awesome”.

Ancient Warrior wins another battle but in Stewards' room

The sparingly-raced Ancient Warrior took his healthy career record to three wins and two placings in 10 starts after he landed the $60,000 Class 4 Division 2 race over 1200m in the Stewards’ room on Friday.

Grylls gets Lucky at 15th ride at Kranji

It’s taken 15 rides, probably a little longer than he would have liked, but New Zealand jockey Craig Grylls was finally able to notch his first winner in Singapore on Friday.

Surgery on Darren Danis a success

Singapore apprentice jockey Darren Danis underwent a successful surgery in New Zealand on Friday morning.

Le Grange has five vying for Chairman's seat

There is nothing new with trainer Ricardo Le Grange hogging half of the Chairman’s Trophy field on Sunday, going with his high rate of participation in such long distance feature races.

Fresh Super Winner Ready To Fire

Super Winner failed to fire last time in however he is certainly more than capable and should prove hard to beat in Sunday's Group 3 Garden City Trophy.

Krisna makes Kranji debut on Southern Dragon on Sunday

Krisna Kumar Thangamani is the new apprentice jockey for the Ricardo Le Grange yard, and will be unveiled for his Kranji riding debut this Sunday.

Magnum is moving to New Zealand

Trainer James Peters has revealed that former boom three-year-old Magnum will soon return to New Zealand in a bid to resurrect his racing career.

Kok and Nunes hope 2016 Derby winner not Done yet

Trainer David Kok has every hope Well Done will be presented in a much better shape in the $300,000 Group 2 Chairman’s Trophy (1800m) on Sunday.

Hong Kong duo speak to local apprentices

Visiting Hong Kong riders Matthew Chadwick and Matthew Poon were the two guest speakers at an apprentice jockey workshop organised by Singapore Turf Club Riding Master Damien Kinninmont on Wednesday.

Poon To Pull The Trigger At Kranji

Star apprentice Matthew Poon makes his debut at Singapore this evening and appears well placed to take out the final event aboard Trigger Man.

Moon bids farewell this weekend

South Korean jockey Moon Se Young will ride at his last Kranji meeting this weekend.

The Poon Train has pulled up at Kranji

Popular Hong Kong apprentice jockey Matthew Poon hopes to bring his winning streak to Singapore in the next two weeks.

War Affair in sparkling form at trials

Trainer Bruce Marsh could not have been happier with War Affair’s barrier trial five days ahead of his next major assignment, the $300,000 Group 2 Chairman’s Trophy (1800m) on Sunday.

Darren Danis hurts back in New Zealand race fall

Young Singaporean apprentice jockey Darren Danis was seriously injured in a nasty race fall in New Zealand on Sunday.

Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - 28th and 30th of July

Mr Hanks has bounced back to form with a good win in the $200,000 Group 3 Juvenile Championship at Kranji on Sunday.