Korean racing is back

Although it is behind closed doors there is also no betting as the KRA does not have remote betting facilities. This means that the fans are not able to watch on TV.

Do Kki Blade.
Do Kki Blade. Picture: Korea Racing Authority

Authorities are hoping this will soon ease and are going ahead with racing.  On Sunday at Busan it was the G3 Busan Iibo Cup which went to Do Kki Blade under Kim Yong-Geun who fought out a thrilling finish to just get the head in front of Alan Munro's mount Gaon Champ. 

They will probably clash again in Seoul as the Sprint Series continues leading up to the International Sprint in September.

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