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Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - October 7

Nowyousee has continued his strong recent form with a much deserved win in the Kranji Stakes B over 1100m on the Polytrack last Sunday.

Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - October 7

Nowyousee has continued his strong recent form with a much deserved win in the Kranji Stakes B over 1100m on the Polytrack last Sunday.

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Nowyousee Picture:Singapore Turf Club

Having followed up two second placings with a win the start prior, the Lee Freedman-trained runner was able to settle off the leaders from the inside draw before running on strongly in the straight to secure a narrow win over Autumn Rush with Lim’s Shot third.

Nowyousee Horseform is building a very impressive career record having won five of his 10 starts, placing on a further four occasions and certainly appears to enjoy racing on the polytrack.


The four-year-old gelding ran to a new career peak Timeform figure of 90, two pounds above his win in a Class 3 two starts back over Cousteau and Nova Vocal.

Working his way through he grades nicely, Nowyousee is likely to find himself in a Kranji Stakes A before tackling some Group races over the shorter trips.

Autumn Rush Horseform with the big weight was very good in second and also ran to a new career peak Timeform figure of 92.

The following race saw Constant Justice upstage his more fancied rivals with a one length win in the Kranji Stakes B over 1100m on the Polytrack.

Settling up on the speed, the six-year-old Magnus gelding proved too good for the short priced Zac Kasa in second with Augustano in third.

Constant Justice returned a Timeform figure of 94, equal to his previous best achieved earlier in the year when beating Nova Missile.

Zac Kasa Horseform has now been beaten in both runs this campaign and has not appeared to come back as well as first thought, following his second placing in the Group 1 Lion City Cup prior to a spell.

He may now look to get back onto the turf track where he ran that good race in the Lion City Cup.

Finally Calculation Horseform remains undefeated from two career runs following his win in the Class 4 Non Premier over 1100m on the polytrack.

Winning well on debut, the Lee Freedman-trained runner produced another strong effort to win by just over a length and run to a Timeform figure of 81, slightly above the 80 he ran to on debut.

Both wins have now come over the same C/D and he is certainly one to keep an eye on as he makes his way through the grades.

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