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Clements is Loving how his 3YOs are shaping up

Unless you are a regular follower of American racing, US stallion Twirling Candy was a virtual unknown to most, including trainer Michael Clements before Loving You joined his stable, but he was certainly pleased to read the first line that popped up once he googled his name.

No Dubai no worries, Speedy Dragon ready to fire

Polytrack specialist Speedy Dragon is not loafing around while waiting for any update on a most unlikely invitation to run in the Group 1 US$2 million Dubai Golden Shaheen (1200m) on March 31.

A Lot more for Syahir to look forward to

Another comeback kid figures among the 13 apprentice jockeys recently-relicensed by the Singapore Turf Club – Syahir Abdul.

Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - 16th and 18th of March

The Cliff Brown trained Elite Excalibur broke through for a deserved win on Sunday when saluting narrowly in the Group 3 Committee's Prize.

Excalibur leads Elite 1-2 in Committee's Prize

An epic battle between the two “Elite” horses in Sunday’s $200,000 Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) saw Elite Excalibur come up trumps for a well-deserved first feature win feather to his cap.

Blinkers removal brings out best Regard

A change of gear proved to be a masterstroke for Lim’s Regard in the $80,000 Kranji Stakes C race over 1600m on Sunday.

Big-odds win brings up weekend treble and tonic for Meagher

Raise No Doubt sprang a major upset when he repelled assaults from all over the shop to scramble home on Sunday.

Mister Yeoh streets rivals on debut

Trainer Cliff Brown may well have a third Singapore Three-Year-Old Challenge candidate waiting in the wings after former Victorian Mister Yeoh ran his rivals ragged on debut on Sunday.

Silver Win Fortune takes gold in Open Maiden

English-bred gelding Silver Win Fortune showed the benefit of a drop in easier class to get off the mark at his sixth start on Sunday.

Rare Tan-Juglall pairing fit for a Special King

Hoof niggles are clearly behind Special King after the talented colt scored a brilliant first-up win on Friday.

Ocean turns the tide with gutsy win

The Clarton Super team of trainer Tan Kah Soon and jockey Azhar Ismail recombined for another win on Friday night.

Melting Point breaks the ice at Kranji

Trainer Leticia Dragon predicted a better future over more ground for former Perth galloper Melting Point following his maiden Kranji win over seven furlongs on Friday night.

Eastiger earns his first stripe

Eastiger made full use of his abundance of speed as well as barrier one to post his maiden win at his sixth start on Friday night.

Elite Invincible To Stand Tall

The Mark Walker trained Elite Invincible went down as favourite last start but can bounce to winning form when due to contest the Group 3 Committee's Price at Singapore this evening.

Don De La Vega To Fly Fresh

The Cliff Brown trained Don De La Vega went to the paddock in great form and remains a big watch fresh in the final event at Singapore.

Zaki relishes chance to Strike second Committee's Prize

Mohd Zaki may not be an often-booked jockey in Group races, but Nova Strike will at least have a Committee’s Prize winner on his back this Sunday.

Black Swan sidelined by knee chip injury

Black Swan’s charmed run was brought to an end by a knee chip injury sustained at his last start on Sunday.

A win and unplaced ride for Kranji boys at NZ comebacks

Back-from-injury apprentice jockey Darren Danis did not have the fairytale riding comeback he had hoped for when his ride Miss Sequoia beat one home in the last race at Matamata on Wednesday, but the meeting did bring joy to another former Kranji jockey – Shafiq Rizuan.

Changes in race dates for Emirates Singapore Derby, Patron’s Bowl and Aushorse Golden Horseshoe

Originally scheduled for Sunday, 22 July 2018, the $1.15 million Group 1 Emirates Singapore Derby (1800m), the third Leg of the Singapore Four-Year-Old Challenge, will now be held on Sunday, 15 July 2018 instead.

Freedman happy with former HK runner even if short of one trial

Australian trainer Lee Freedman is throwing former Hong Kong galloper Circuit Land in at the deep end in the $200,000 Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) for his Kranji racing debut on Sunday.

Kellady to ride Preditor two kilos over in Committee's Prize

Jockey Matthew Kellady has been granted permission to ride Preditor two kilos over his handicapped weight of 50kgs in the Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) on Sunday.

Rodd counting on Excalibur's solid first-up record

Top jockey Michael Rodd is brimming with confidence ahead of the Cliff Brown-trained Elite Excalibur’s racing comeback in the $200,000 Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) on Sunday.

Curatolo to ride Forever Young two kilos over in Committee’s Prize

French jockey Ryan Curatolo will be allowed to ride the Kuah Cheng Tee-trained Forever Young two kilos over in the $200,000 Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) this Sunday.

Darren Danis returns from back injury this Wednesday

New Zealand-based Singapore apprentice jockey Darren Danis will make his riding comeback this Wednesday, nearly eight months after suffering a serious back injury in a race fall.

Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - 9th and 11th of March

The Alvin Tan trained Super Fortune was one of the stand-out performances of the weekend when too sharp for his rivals on Friday night.

Meet the Meaghers' new Derby hope

Daniel Meagher had to twist a few arms (mostly in the family) before he was able to become the new trainer of Brisbane four-time winner Meet And Greet.

Twickenham shoots for third goal in earlier Committee

Trainer Stephen Gray joked he had to “wake” Twickenham up six months earlier in his bid to land a third Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) in a row on Sunday.

Freedman would prefer waiting tactics for Augustano

The much-improved Augustano scored another barrier-to-box win on Sunday, with both trainer Lee Freedman and jockey Glen Boss, however, saying they would prefer him to come off the pace in the future.

Juglall Charges into Top 5 with riding treble

Nooresh Juglall had to earn every cent of his riding fee to bring home his first hat-trick of wins for the season on Sunday.

Tan to gear Maximus up towards more ground after latest win

A cheeky ride from leading apprentice jockey Troy See saw Maximus take full advantage of a soft lead to go all the way in the $100,000 Kranji Stakes B race over 1600m on Sunday.

El Tordillo drifts out but still doubles dose

Trainer Daniel Meagher was delighted all the patience shown with El Tordillo has paid off after the grey brought up back-to-back victories on Sunday.

Goh gets lucky with first Animal Kingdom winner at Kranji

The Stephen Gray-trained Heng Kingdom became the first progeny of Kentucky Derby winner and Dubai World Cup winner Animal Kingdom to score at Kranji on Sunday.

Gilt Complex meets sad end in Dubai

It was a sad night for the Singapore team at the Super Saturday meeting in Dubai after Gilt Complex had to be euthanased following the running of the US$250,000 Group 2 Dubai City Of Gold (2410m).

Augustano To Continue Strong Form At Kranji

Augustano has been racing in career best form of late and looks hard to beat when he lines up against the older horses in the Class 3 over 1100m at Kranji on Sunday.

Super Fortune takes out iRACE Classic in style

The iRACE Classic has been billed as an exciting race all week, and the ending to the $125,000 Kranji Stakes A race over 1200m could not have lived up to that tag with a worthier winner than Super Fortune on Friday night.

Dubai Gold Cup hopes hinge on one last throw at the stumps for Gilt Complex

Things may not have quite panned out as hoped for Gilt Complex in Dubai, but trainer Cliff Brown was overall still happy with the experience his charge will gain from a future perspective.

Newlands earns himself last-minute desert party invite

Newlands’ totally unexpected last-start fourth place in Dubai has given trainer Stephen Gray and owner Paul Hickman the wings and ultimately the nerve to take another gamble this Saturday.

Last chance saloon for Gilt Complex and Newlands in Dubai

Singapore may well see its last flagbearers go around at this year’s Dubai races when Gilt Complex and Newlands face the Meydan starter in the US$250,000 Dubai City Of Gold (2410m) this Saturday.

Placais lands jockeys' challenge with treble

French jockey Olivier Placais claimed the riding honours at Friday’s Kranji night meeting with a riding hat-trick that he achieved right at the last stride in the very last race.

Juglall and his Queen rule again

The uncanny affinity between jockey Nooresh Juglall and his pet mare Queen Roulette again came to the fore in the $80,000 Class 3 race over 1200m on Friday night.

Mr Exchequer collects the money in nick of time

Favourite backers had their hearts in their mouths when Mr Exchequer was taking a month of Sundays to hit the line in the $80,000 Class 3 race (1800m), but under John Powell’s hard riding, the Savabeel four-year-old sprouted wings when it mattered.

Terrific warm-up run before big Prize

The recently-announced pairing of David Kok-Vlad Duric for Well Done’s Committee’s Prize run next Sunday week got a nice warm-up run when they combined for their first 2018 win with Terrific on Friday night.

Committee decision brings Boss on board Infantry

Champion galloper Infantry has a new jockey – Glen Boss.

Trainer Tan Hor Khoon bows out this Sunday

After 18 years training a total of 314 winners at Kranji, Singaporean handler Tan Hor Khoon has decided to call time on the training caper.

Super Fortune To Edge Rival In Kranji Stakes A

The Irace Classic Kranji Stakes A (1200m) shapes up as a competitive affair on Friday night with two clear top chances in the feature race.

Baertschiger has Be Bee buzzing ahead of battle of former babies

Trainer Shane Baertschiger is hoping his former top juvenile Be Bee can turn the tables on his last-start nemesis Lim’s Racer on Friday.

Burridge backs Black Swan for another hurrah

Black Swan’s charmed run does not seem to end anytime soon, but only nine months ago, trainer Steven Burridge was wondering if he would even win a race one day.

Peters gang-tackles iRACE Classic with three runners

Trainer James Peters is casting his net wide with a trio of runners in this Friday’s $125,000 iRACE Classic (1200m), but is aware such strength in numbers does not necessarily equate to widened chances of winning.

Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - 2nd and 4th of March

Only Win was able to continue his stunning recent form with a win in the Kranji Stakes C over 1600m on Friday night.

Colchester throws formbook out the window with gutsy win

Punters were blown out of the water when Colchester defied his mammoth odds of $372 to take out the penultimate event, the $80,000 Class 3 race over 1400m on Sunday.

Chalaza hands milestone and lead back to Burridge

Just when the momentum seemed to be swinging the other way, a timely double from Autumn Rush and Chalaza has propelled trainer Steven Burridge to his 700th Kranji win - and back to the top of the log on Sunday.

Kok in a Rush for better things

The kudos continue to pour in for young apprentice jockey Simon Kok Wei Hoong after he booted home his first riding double on Sunday.

Hyde Park strolls to easy win

Trainer Stephen Gray was delighted Hyde Park has not taken long to set the record straight even if the second-up win on Sunday was not an exactly remunerative outing.

Relief all round as Zac Kasa scores

Exciting prospect Zac Kasa lived up to his prohibitive odds to make all in the $85,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1200m on Sunday.

Only Win stars again, books ticket for 4YO series

Trainer Michael Clements is going to have an embarrassment of riches when the Singapore Four-Year-Old Challenge rolls around in June now that he can throw in impressive Friday winner Only Win in the mix.

Returning Filibuster Out To Remain Unbeaten

Talentd three-year-old filibuster looks well placed to remain unbeaten when she lines up in the Class 3 (1000m) on the Polytrack at Kranji on Sunday.

Treble and lead for Clements after Yabadabadoo wins

The wonderfully-named Yabadabadoo returned to winning ways by making every post a winning one even if his many backers were not unhappy to see the one that mattered the most arrive soon enough in the $80,000 Class 3 race over 1200m on Friday night.

O'What A Feeling to roll the favourite

Even jockey John Powell was on the point of conceding defeat when he caught a peek of favourite Mr Dujardin’s shadow ominously looming up at the top of the straight.

Khoo-Curatolo's O'Reilly special Lords over rivals

The plug on Lord O’Reilly proved to be right on the money in the $85,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1400m on Friday night.

Duric to team up with Well Done in Committee's Prize

Singapore champion jockey Vlad Duric will ride Well Done in the $200,000 Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) on March 18.

Newlands runs fourth in Dubai

Singapore reaped its best result at the Dubai World Cup Carnival this year when Newlands ran fourth in the US$125,000 Al Naboodah Trade School Trophy (2000m) at Meydan on Thursday night.

King Louis To Reign At Kranji

King Louis looks ready to peak fourth up when he lines up in the Kranji Stakes C (1600m) in Singapore on Friday night.

Super given few reminders, but Placais still happy with barrier trial

Halfway up the straight, top-draw sprinter Super Fortune looked home and hosed in his barrier trial on Thursday morning, but in a slightly surprising move, jockey Olivier Placais was seen getting busy with the whip inside the last 100m.

Stars to align for Arhat this year, says White

Useful stayer Arhat is back racing with assistant-trainer Michael White not expecting a win first-up but neither would he be surprised if he makes his presence felt.

Harry keen to get Buzz back

Jockey A’Isisuhairi Kasim is not sorry to see the back of February.

Curatolo won't let Xiong Hu get away this time

Winning debutant Yulong Xiong Hu faces a more difficult task second-up this Friday but trainer Leslie Khoo hopes that the longer distance will put the China-owned galloper in good stead for another dose.