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Musir, Raihana settle in Australia for Payne

The first two home in the 2010 UAE Derby (G2), multiple Carnival winners Musir and Raihana have arrived in Australia and are now in the care of David Payne.  The transfer had been long arranged for Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa ...

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Forgotten Voice aimed at Ascot again

Trainer Jeremy Noseda reported Forgotten Voice, the second home in the 2010 Maktoum Challenge – Round 1 (G3), just behind eventual Dubai World Cup (G1) winner Gloria De Campeao, will aim for the Royal Hunt Cup at the Royal Ascot ...

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Lizard’s Desire back to Dubai, holiday planned

After an incredibly busy first half of 2010, the Dubai World Cup (G1) second and the recent Singapore Airlines International Cup (G1) winner Lizard’s Desire is returning to Dubai and will be turned out in advance of the 2011 Dubai ...

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Rain falling at Kranji

A strong set of storms are moving through extreme north-central Singapore, pounding Kranji Racecourse in advance of the sixth race of the evening on Singapore Airlines International Cup (G1) night.  Below, the calm before the storm as #7 Risky Business ...

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It’s race day, and night, in Singapore!

A capacity crowd of more than 30,000 are expected at Kranji Racecourse in sweltering conditions for the 2010 Singapore International Airlines Cup (G1) meeting.  On course, it is currently 2:35 P.M. and we are approximately 20 minutes from first post ...

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Better Than Ever indeed with biggest win yet

A superstar in the making was confirmed on Friday when Better Than Ever, a gelded son of French Deputy, ran away with the Singapore Guineas (SIN-G1) like a marvelous champion, winning by almost five lengths under a near stranglehold by ...

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Singapore Guineas night at Kranji

Racing is underway at Kranji in advance of the big night of international races here Sunday.  The sun sets through the trees, which are in abundance, around this gardenesque racecourse, just about a kilometer from the Malaysian border.  With relatively ...

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