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  • Located in th Kranji area of Singapore.

Saturday, 1 May 2021 KRANJI Race Results

Race NoRace NameWinnerJockeyTrainerWin TimePM SGD $
R1CLASS 5 FIREWORKSMARC LERNERT FITZSIMMONS1:22.7430,000
R5CLASS 4 VOLUMINOUSLOUIS-PHILIPPE BEUZELINMICHAEL CLEMENTS1:48.0050,000
R11CLASS 3 TIGER ROARSIMON KOKMICHAEL CLEMENTS1:21.5370,000
Kranji Past Races

Last 12 Meetings

DateSOTRailsRacesRunners
01 MAY 2021

R1 - R3 GOOD

-342
01 MAY 2021

R1 - R9 STANDARD

-9105
24 APR 2021

R1 - R3 STANDARD

-445
24 APR 2021

R1 - R7 YIELDING

-791
18 APR 2021

R1 - R4 GOOD

-456
18 APR 2021

R1 - R8 STANDARD

-894
10 APR 2021

R1 - R7 GOOD

-779
10 APR 2021

R1 - R4 STANDARD

-448
04 APR 2021

R1 - R5 GOOD

-560
04 APR 2021

R1 - R7 STANDARD

-782
27 MAR 2021

R1 - R2 YIELDING

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R3 - R5 GOOD

-570
27 MAR 2021

R1 - R5 STANDARD

-560
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