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KRANJI

Singapore - SGP | RACE COURSE GUIDE

  • Located in th Kranji area of Singapore.

Last 12 Meetings

DateSOTRailsRacesRunners
26 JAN 2020

R1 - R6 GOOD

-677
26 JAN 2020

R1 - R4 STANDARD

-448
18 JAN 2020

R1 - R6 GOOD

-654
18 JAN 2020

R1 - R3 STANDARD

-336
17 JAN 2020

R1 - R3 GOOD

-326
17 JAN 2020

R1 - R5 STANDARD

-553
12 JAN 2020

R1 - R7 GOOD

-789
12 JAN 2020

R1 - R3 STANDARD

-330
10 JAN 2020

R1 - R4 GOOD

-443
10 JAN 2020

R1 - R4 STANDARD

-439
04 JAN 2020

R1 - R11 STANDARD

-11125
01 JAN 2020

R1 - R11 STANDARD

-11124

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Circuit Star shows vast improvement at fourth start

Champion trainer Lee Freedman predicted a staying future for Circuit Star following his solid maiden win in the Restricted Maiden Division 2 race over 1400m on Saturday.

Maia comes full Circuit at 'first' Kranji ride

It felt almost like déjà vu for Brazilian jockey Ruan Maia after he began his new Singapore stint as a long-term licensed jockey with victory at his very first ride on Friday night.

Kenny back to Mighty ways

After more than two years without saluting, trainer Ricardo Le Grange’s old stalwart Mighty Kenny led his rivals a merry dance to bounce back to winning ways in the $50,000 Class 4 race over 2000m on Friday night.

Kiwi owner holds Court for first time at Kranji

Prominent New Zealand horse owner Brian Court saw his colours shine for the first time at Kranji after Cavalla Court won the $20,000 Open Maiden race over 1200m on Friday night.

Moreira confident as Waikuku shoots for the top in G1 Stewards’ Cup

Waikuku is the slick young upstart to Beauty Generation’s brilliant but seemingly subsiding champion and a victory for the former in Sunday’s (19 January) G1 Stewards’ Cup (1600m) could confirm a new era for Hong Kong racing.

Beat The Clock faces a Full threat in G1 Centenary Sprint Cup

Beat The Clock will face select yet stiff competition when he attempts a second consecutive win in Sunday’s (19 January) G1 Centenary Sprint Cup (1200m) but jockey Joao Moreira believes the John Size-trained speedster’s biggest threat could be a rival he knows all too well, stablemate Full Of Beauty.

Munger finally here, looking to debut next week

The three newly-licensed expatriate jockeys have all checked in at Kranji at long last.

STAR course now more geared towards track riding

One is on the ground and the other is mounted and riding alongside the three track riding trainees, with both intermittently shouting out instructions at their class around the Kranji trotting ring.

Moloney grateful for the longer-term opportunity

After a rather long wait, Patrick Moloney can finally make his 2020 debut as a full-term licensed expat jockey at Kranji this weekend.

The Iceman cometh under Logan's polish

A stable transfer is always a bit of a stab in the dark, but The Iceman’s maiden breakthrough at his very first start for trainer Donna Logan could not have come as a better stamp of approval the Kiwi handler was doing the right thing.

Superlative comes through at odds

Superlative was not quite how one could describe the Gold Stable’s relative newcomer in either his work on the training tracks or inconspicuous debut in August last year, but the output at his second race certainly was closer to it.

Woodlands boy Fires up first win

It was only a matter of time before Woodlands boy Dennis Tan Zhi Xian would be lured to the bright lights at Kranji one day in 2013 – and little did he know it would become his office, too.

Siam Warrior wins with a touch of class

Former Godolphin two-time winner Siam Warrior came through a near-perfect run to put his rivals to the sword in the $50,000 Class 4 Division 2 race over 1200m at Kranji on Friday.

New Passport, new win on board

Trainer Shane Baertschiger joked he deserved the “award” for the best change of racing tactics after Passport To Rome claimed the $70,000 Class 3 race over 1400m on Friday night.