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Circuit Mission To Impress In Singapore Debut

The Lee Freedman trained Circuit Mission remains a big watch in his Singapore debut, when due to contest the ninth event this evening.

Be Bee Poised To Strike

Talented mare Be Bee appears very well placed to make a winning return, when due to contest the seventh event at Kranji this evening.

Sunday Singapore Race Previews - January 20

Singapore racing best bets, race by race analysis looking at the full Singapore card Sunday 20 January with selections & information on all the contenders

Friday Singapore Race Previews - January 18

Singapore racing best bets, race by race analysis looking at the full Singapore card Friday 18 January with selections & information on all the contenders

Chopin getting tuned back up for return

Trainer Michael Clements was keeping his fingers crossed for smart miler Chopin’s Fantaisie after the noted bleeder came out of a lengthy ban for his first barrier trial on Tuesday morning.

Stunning Cat shows he can pounce

A change in racing pattern proved to be the winning formula for former 3YO series contender Stunning Cat on Sunday.

Baffert back in winner's circle one year later

It’s taken one year and one day for Baffert to finally bounce back to winning ways in the $70,000 Kranji Stakes C Division 2 race (1200m) on Sunday.

Gingerella makes winning debut at Kranji

Joe Singh’s first Australian winner Gingerella made a successful start to her new Singapore career on Sunday.

Boy Next Door finally puts it together

Boy Next Door won his first race by making all in the $75,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1000m with apprentice jockey Wong Chin Chuen attributing the win to experience.

Peters and Thompson team up for big upset

Irish-bred galloper Black Jade sprang a $153 shock to hand both trainer James Peters and jockey Ben Thompson their first 2019 winner on Friday night.

Wecando does it from start to finish

Trainer Stephen Gray was not on hand at Kranji on Friday night, but the yard was right on target with their first 2019 winner - the aptly-named Wecando.

Decreto too good in Class 4 race

A perfect hold-up run behind the speed saw Decreto going home the best in the $50,000 Class 4 race over 1100m on Friday.

Testing journey does not dim Gold Star

A wide trip did little to stop favourite Gold Star from coming out tops in the $75,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1200m on Friday night.

Vorster makes shock move to Adelaide

After 15 years in Singapore, Barend Vorster, one of the longest-serving expat jockeys at Kranji, has taken all and sundry by surprise with his sudden decision to pull up stumps and move to Australia to continue his riding career.

Simon Kok off the mark in Tasmania

Promising Kranji apprentice jockey Simon Kok Wei Hoong rode his first winner in Tasmania at the Devonport Cup meeting on Wednesday.

A night to celebrate our stars at the Racing Appreciation Night 2018

The Singapore racing industry will reward the various winners of the 2018 season at the Racing Appreciation Night 2018 which will be held at the JW Marriott Singapore South Beach on Monday, 21 January, 2019 at 6.30pm.

Thompson ready for the real deal after 'surreal' first visit

Young Ben Thompson is at his second experience at Kranji – and yet he can already have a good feel of the stark contrast between the two.

Sunday Singapore Race Previews - January 13

Singapore racing best bets, race by race analysis looking at the full Singapore card on Sunday 13 January with selections & information on all contenders.

Freedman saddles smart duo in Friday's Kranji Stakes C

Newly-crowned Singapore champion trainer Lee Freedman is banking on his two-pronged attack in Friday’s $70,000 Kranji Stakes C race over 1400m to kickstart his 2019 season.

Affair back on Warpath at Kranji

Former champion galloper War Affair is back in Singapore and if all goes well, will be making his racing comeback at Kranji at the age of eight this year.

Webster springs big upset at comeback race

Webster returned from a knee operation a most stunning winner at his very first race back on Sunday.

Time Lord lives up to hype second-up

New Zealand import and Singapore Derby prospect Time Lord made amends from his debut defeat with a smart come-from-behind win on Sunday.

Wijaya scores for rare Koh-A'Isisuhairi combination

A’Isisuhairi Kasim made the most of a pick-up ride on Wijaya to boot home a rare winner for trainer Desmond Koh on Sunday.

Evil Roadster keeps ball rolling for Kok

Trainer David Kok kept up the promising start he has made to 2019 with Evil Roadster opening his account in style in the $20,000 Open Maiden race over 1000m on Sunday.

Augustano To Go Back To Back

The Lee Freedman trained Augustano appears well placed to go back to back, when due to contest the eighth event at Kranji this evening.

Flying start but Noh in no Rush

Tagged as champion apprentice jockey material from the day he stepped into the irons, Noh Senari’s riding double on Tuesday would have been a smashing start for such a goal – except that it has come one season too late.

Penny to drop further ahead of 3YO mission

Ricardo Le Grange wished former top juvenile Pennywise could have his first-up run over turf, but as there was not much to pick from, he will just have to wait for another day.

Baertschiger a little stretched but ready for new challenge

Trainer’s premiership runner-up Shane Baertschiger couldn’t have been happier with his 2018 Singapore season, but realises that he might struggle to keep up with the same tempo into the new season.

Yusof and Lucky Stable back on top in New Year Cup

The publicity-shy combination of trainer Mohd Yusof and powerful owner Lucky Stable were flung back into the spotlight after Constant Justice sprang a mini-upset in the season’s traditional first feature race, the $200,000 Group 3 New Year Cup (1200m) on Tuesday.

The Big Easy rings up New Year double for Logan

The trick to The Big Easy is to literally make it very simple for him: Let him gallop and he will give you his best.

Lerner welcomes 'better start' with Letitgo

French jockey Marc Lerner had to get it off his chest after Letitgo won on Tuesday: “This is a better start than September”.

Makkem Lad picks up where he left off

Kiwi trainer Donna Logan kept up the winning momentum built up around the end of last year with a winner right off the very first day of the new 2019 season – Makkem Lad.

Meagher and Woodworth usher in new season again

Years have changed but Kranji racegoers must have felt like déjà vu at the very first race of the new season on Tuesday when the Daniel Meagher-Benny Woodworth combo struck again.

The year that was - 2018 season

At the dawn of a new season, it’s time to look back on the year that was – a 2018 season that has seen the emergence of a host of new talents like Elite Invincible, Nowyousee, Zac Kasa, King Louis, Mister Yeoh, not to mention the two exciting prospects Bold Thruster and Jomo.