Veteran trainer Bruce Marsh bows out of Singapore this weekend as he sends out his last team of runners at the Sunday race meeting at Kranji.
One of the most anticipated debuts in Hong Kong history will occur at Sha Tin on Sunday (1 September) when race-riding legend Douglas Whyte saddles his step-out runner as a licensed trainer, 23 years after he first rode in a race at the famous track.
Leticia Dragon is going back to basics with her stable star Nimble by dropping him back in trip in the $400,000 Group 2 Merlion Trophy (1200m) this Sunday.
China Horse Club’s grey sensation Grand Koonta will have no weight on his back in Sunday’s $85,000 Class 2 race over 1200m, but trainer James Peters is still staying prudent about his chances for a third win at Kranji.
Champion jockey Vlad Duric said he would not be surprised if former Singapore champion War Affair shows “some cheek” in the $175,000 Group 3 Jumbo Jet Trophy (1400m) on Sunday.
Local jockey Noh Senari is thrilled to have his first ride in the Singapore Derby this Sunday.