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Early Diwali for bang-in-form Juglall

Mauritian jockey Nooresh Juglall is riding on the crest of a wave after he brought up a riding double to cap his weekend with three winners and make it into the Top 5 in Singapore.

Deimos back as the horse with the most

The Cliff Brown-trained Deimos was spot-on at his racing comeback on Sunday even if he had to battle a wide trip right through the $60,000 Class 4 race over 1100m to come up trumps.

General Conatus gives Tan Kah Soon first win

New trainer Tan Kah Soon did not have to wait too long to saddle his first winner after General Conatus scored in a close finish on Sunday.

Boss bounces back from joyless Caulfield day

Top Australian jockey Glen Boss was able to put behind his ordinary Caulfield trip on Saturday after he chalked up a running double with two Lim’s Stable horses back at Kranji on the very next day.

Easy Does It for new Gray syndication

Debut winner Easy Does It had a happy bunch of new owners experiencing the joy of racing a winner at their baptism of fire on Sunday.

Tan pulls the pin on Raffles Cup for Infantry

Trainer Alwin Tan has confirmed that Infantry won’t run in the Raffles Cup next Sunday.

Noh more Awesome feeling than winning

Comeback kid Noh Senari brought an agonisingly long wait of three years to an end following a masterful winning ride aboard longshot Awesome on Friday night.

Another One for the road for Tan and Koh

It may have been a modest $35,000 Class 5 race over 1200m but the smiles One O Nine’s flying win brought on trainer Tan Hor Khoon’s and jockey Koh Teck Huat’s faces were priceless.

Vorster earns trainer's praise in blanket finish win

Less than a length separated first to seventh in the third race on Friday night with the judge’s nod going to Super Joe by a short head.

Sky Rocket relaunches famous old colours

The famous Recast tangerine and blue colours were back in the spotlight on Friday night after debutant Sky Rocket made all in the $65,000 Initiation race over 1200m.

Gran Torino In Drivers Seat For Kranji Win

Gran Torino shapes up as a best of the day at Kranji when he lines up in the Class 4 over 1200m, the final race of the day.

Chocolats Primed For Singapore Debut

Chocolats will make his Singapore debut when he lines up in the Class 4 over 1400m at Kranji on Friday night.

Siam Sapphire faces Class 3 test this Friday

Recent Class 4 winner Siam Sapphire is tackling a higher echelon of horses on Friday night with assistant-trainer Michael White reasonably confident the Thai-owned galloper can measure up.

War Affair's new NZ abode takes Marsh down Cup memory lane

Trainer Bruce Marsh had an interesting piece of trivia to share after he decided which place in New Zealand his champion galloper War Affair would be staying at for a six-month spell.

Danis, Khalid earn industry kudos in New Zealand

Singapore racing took centrestage in New Zealand last Monday after two of its apprentice jockeys were recognised for their emerging talent.

Takaoka has Jupiter Gold on course for Raffles Cup

Trainer Hideyuki Takaoka was not disappointed at all with Jupiter Gold’s run in the Group 3 Committee’s Prize (1600m) three weeks ago.

'Pocket dynamo' Deimos is back

Talented galloper Deimos makes his much-awaited racing comeback in the penultimate race on Sunday, the $60,000 Class 4 race over 1100m on Polytrack.

Saimee can't fault Danzeb second-up

Trainer Saimee Jumaat is hoping recent maiden winner Danzeb has trained on as he goes head-on against meatier opposition in Friday’s $60,000 Class 4 race over 1400m.

Nunes hopeful Nova Swiss has found his feet again

Champion jockey Manoel Nunes may have solved the problem that has been besetting smart sprinter Nova Swiss for a while.

Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - 6th & 8th of October

Poseidon has bounced back to form with a terrific win in the Racing Guide Classic over 1400m at Kranji on Sunday.

Super Fortune and Placais bounce back to winner's circle

Jockey Olivier Placais likened his four weeks without visiting the winner’s circle as a “desert crossing” on Sunday.

Brown is Racing Guide's best bet as he takes third Classic

Trainer Cliff Brown franked the close affinity he has enjoyed with the Racing Guide Classic after he landed the race sponsored by the leading racing publication for the third time in only four renewals on Sunday.

Chairman has bigger trophies in his sights

Irish stayer Chairman gave his Gold Cup aspirations no harm with a superlative performance in the $80,000 Open Benchmark 74 race over 2000m on Sunday.

Silkino thriving after break

Assistant-trainer Sammy Hill said a nice freshen-up may have done the trick on Silkino following a brilliant second win in a row on Sunday.

Quieter the better for Silent Boss

Punters were right on the money after the well-backed Silent Boss went two better from his unlucky last-start third to open his account in the $75,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1400m on Sunday.

Danis, Khalid earn industry kudos in New Zealand

Singapore racing took centrestage in New Zealand last Monday after two of its apprentice jockeys were recognised for their emerging talent.

Sir Isaac To Bounce Back At Kranji

Sir Isaac looks well placed when he lines up in the Class 3 over 1100m at Kranji today.

Pole Paradise is new 1100m record holder

Underrated sprinter Pole Paradise etched his name in the record books after he broke the course record for the 1100m on Polytrack on Friday night.

Iron Man gets back on board

Jockey Barend Vorster made his only ride of the night count after he steered Iron Man to a gutsy all-the-way victory in the $80,000 Kranji Stakes C race over 1600m on Friday night.

Athena finally gets off the mark

A brilliant ride from apprentice jockey Amirul Ismadi saw Cliff Brown’s filly Athena finally open her account at her 11th start on Friday night.

Filibuster mends her ways and wins on debut

Months of painstaking schooling at the pens bore fruit for capable filly Filibuster at her racing debut on Friday night.

Infantry's start in Raffles Cup under a cloud after leg cut

Panasonic Kranji Mile winner Infantry has suffered a minor injury which has suddenly put him in a race against time to still get a run in his intended next assignment, the Raffles Cup.

Aramco spearheads Shane's three-pronged attack in Racing Guide Classic

In-form trainer Shane Baertschiger hopes his current hot streak can continue with his trio of runners in the $125,000 Racing Guide Classic (1400m) on Sunday.

Freedman unsheaths Lim's Samurai onto Gold Cup trail

Singapore Gold Cup hopeful Lim’s Samurai makes his racing comeback in the $125,000 Racing Guide Classic (1400m) this Sunday.

Noh pain in the past, everything to gain

When Noh Senari could not quite reel in arch-rival A’Isisuhairi Kasim in their close fight to the Singapore apprentice jockeys’ championship in 2014, little did he know his last winner Flying Zero would lead to exactly that for a long time.

Special King To Rule Kranji

Special King should relish the drop back in trip when he lines up in the Class 4 over 1100m on the Polytrack at Kranji on Friday.

Sircconi set on a Caulfield Guineas path

A Listed race at Flemington is the next step on the path to a planned Caulfield Guineas start for Group-winning colt Sircconi.

War Affair to spell in New Zealand for six months

Former Singapore Horse of the Year (2014) War Affair will not be seen at Kranji for at least six months, with the possibility of an eventual racing comeback hinging on his recovery process.

Boss rapt with stellar new link-ups

Leading jockey Glen Boss may not have met with much luck in Sydney over the weekend, but a chance to sit astride two future exciting prospects back in Kranji on Sunday has certainly gone a long way in making up for the fruitless red-eye flight.

Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - October 1

Infantry has returned in terrific order with a win in the Group 1 Panasonic Kranji Mile (1600m) on Sunday.

Derby winner Infantry lands Panasonic Kranji Mile

Infantry achieved a rare Singapore Derby-Kranji Mile double after he came with a sustained run to take out the $700,000 Group 1 Panasonic Kranji Mile (1600m) on Sunday.

Two in a row for Yabadabadoo

Champion jockey Manoel Nunes was thankful to connections for reinstating him back on two-from-two winner Yabadabadoo on Sunday.

Spur Me On to big dividend

Punters were left reeling after the running of the $60,000 Better Life 2012 Stakes, a Class 4 Division 2 race over 1200m when roughie Spur Me On sprang a $274 surprise on Sunday.

Show Far Show Good at the top for Walker, Duric

The leading trainer and jockey combined for an early double on Sunday, cementing further the increasingly distinct impression they are home and hosed in their respective premierships.

Gray gives Lim's Magic big wrap

Trainer Stephen Gray does not usually get too carried away with his horses, but he made an exception for impressive second-up winner Lim’s Magic on Sunday.

Saraab hands Chavez three-timer

Jockey Oscar Chavez was the outright hero on Friday night after he booted home a winning treble in quick succession.

Shaqraa delivers with late run

A patient ride by Oscar Chavez saw Shaqraa swoop down on the outside to record a soft win in the $60,000 Class 4 race over 1000m on Friday night.

Le Grange credits de Tert for Super Denman's maiden win

Trainer Ricardo Le Grange’s first words after Super Denman’s maiden victory on Friday night went straight to assistant-trainer Jacci de Tert.

Troy See rides first winner after lengthy suspension

Troy See rode his first winner back from a lengthy suspension on Friday night.

Countofmontecristo To Rule Kranji Mile

Countofmontecristo can continue his terrific recent form when he lines up in the Group 1 Panasonic Kranji Mile (1600m) on Sunday.