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Khawlah misses Oaks, pointed to Ascot

Godolphin racing manager Simon Crisford told The National that the 2011 UAE Derby (G2) winner Khawlah will miss the English Oaks after taking some time to get into full training, but that a return at the Royal Ascot meeting is ...

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Rocket Man skipping Royal meeting, July Cup possible

Ascot spokesman Nick Smith reported that the Dubai Golden Shaheen (G1) and KrisFlyer International Sprint (G1) winner Rocket Man will not make a trip for the Royal Ascot meeting and the Golden Jubilee (G1), but that trainer Patrick Shaw indicated ...

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Sole Power lands Temple Stakes

Sole Power, a lacklustre 14th of 16 in the 2011 Al Quoz Sprint (G2), made his second start back from Dubai a winning one when landing Saturday’s Betfred.com Temple Stakes (G2) at Haydock, a primer for what is to come ...

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Calvados Blues out of SAI Cup

Having been found lame earlier in the week, the connections of Calvados Blues, third in the Dubai Sheema Classic (G1) were hopeful their charge would be ready for Singapore’s richest race.  Alas, despite the best efforts, Godolphin withdrew him from ...

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Wednesday review from Singapore

The folks at ThoroughMedia Solutions continue their excellent work catching-up with connections at some of the world’s top race meetings.  Simon Burgess serves as the main questioner in the interviews, posted below.  First, trainer Patrick Shaw previews his thoughts on ...

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Rocket Man sizzles; Wigmore Hall misses work

After disappointing in the last two runnings of the KrisFlyer International Sprint (G1), the hopes of Singapore are back on 2011 Dubai Golden Shaheen (G1) winner Rocket Man.  Craig Brennan has the report of this dazzling bit of trackwork from ...

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Singapore ready for stars

The equine stars have arrived for the 2011 Singapore Airlines International races. Updates from the experts at Kranji will be posted throughout the week.

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