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Elite Invincible To Bounce Back

Singapore Daily Preview for the ten race program at Kranji on January 14 where Elite Invincible can bounce back to form.

Elite Invincible To Bounce Back

The Mark Walker trained Elite Invincible failed to fire on New Year's Day but is expected to bounce right back in the sixth event this evening.

An impressive winner in his Singapore debut, Elite Invincible Horseform did have excuses when safely held behind Justice Day last start.

In a race favouring those on-speed, Elite Invincible simply got too far back and after travelling wide throughout, he closed off fairly well all things considered.


Formerly based in Meydan his best form was achieved over 1900m and hence the step up to 1400m should definitely aid his chances.

Drawn favourably in the small field, Elite Invincible is expected to settle closer to the speed and if back to his best he is certainly well placed at the weights.

Leading rider Vlad Duric links back aboard having ridden Elite Invincible to victory in his Singapore debut.

Only lightly raced, he has won two of his eight starts and has placed in both prior attempts over this trip.

He possesses a very strong SP profile and should prove hard to beat.

The Desmond Koh trained Sun Dream Horseform has been rock solid in both starts this time in and should be right at his peak racing third up.

Only narrowly beaten on New Year's Day, Sun Dream notably finished well ahead of Elite Invincible and looks to only have to repeat that level of performance to be right in the finish again.

Apprentice rider CC Wong continues his association with the four-year-old and is likely to adopt a forward position from the inside draw.

Although on trial at the trip, he gives the impression the step up to 1400m will suit and he looms as a major threat.

The Stephen Gray trained Really Capable Horseform won well at this C&D last start and like the way he has been kept fresh since (42 days).

Given the sole trial in the lead up, Really Capable appears in good order and he has placed in five of his last nine starts.

Another drawn well, he is expected to make his presence felt with Nooresh Juglall aboard.

Of the rest the Ricardo Le Grange trained Siamese Cat Horseform appears the next in line.

Having returned two encouraging performances to begin this preparation, Siamese Cat failed to fire last start, but has since been kept fresh and has trialled well in the lead up.

Drawn a touch awkwardly, but she rates well on best form and remains under strong notice.

Good luck and happy punting.

Racing And Sports



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R6 KRANJI 14 January 2018
CLASS 3 3, 1400m
FP
 
Horse
Age & Sex
Trainer
Jockey
WT
SP
 
1st  
1. ELITE INVINCIBLE (IRE)
4yo Gelding
MARK WILLIAM WALKER
VLAD DURIC
57.0
$4.20
 
ARCHARCHARCH (USA) - DOUGH ON THE GO (USA)
ELITE PERFORMANCE STABLE
2nd  
4. THE CAPITAL (IRE)
6yo Gelding
LEE FREEDMAN
R CURATOLO
54.5
$15.20
 
BERNARDINI (USA) - CHRISTMAS KID (USA)
FALCON RACING NO 7 STABLE
3rd  
9. MR EXCHEQUER (NZ)
4yo Gelding
SHANE DONALD BAERTSCHIGER
MATTHEW KELLADY
52.0
$18.80
 
SAVABEEL (AUS) - APOLLO TREASURE (USA)
 MA RACING STABLE
4th  8. BEAR WITNESS (AUS)
4yo Gelding
STEPHEN GRAY
C GRYLLS
52.0
$13.80
5th  6. REALLY CAPABLE (NZ)
5yo Gelding
STEPHEN GRAY
NOORESH JUGLALL
53.0
$12.00
6th  2. SIAMESE CAT (ARG)
6yo Mare
RICARDO LE GRANGE
BAREND VORSTER
56.0
$4.60
7th  7. FUEGO (JPN)
6yo Gelding
KOK TEIK WAI DAVID
Y SALIM
52.5
$34.00
8th  5. SUN DREAM (AUS)
4yo Gelding
KOH CHOR YUNG DESMOND
CC WONG
52.5
$3.20
9th  3. B'NEVAGIVUP (AUS)
6yo Gelding
J SAIMEE
S NOH
55.0
$5.20


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