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Monday, August 23 2021
Asia Review

Unicorn white three-year-old filly Sodashi made it 6 from 7, winning open age at her first attempt beating Hong Kong QEII winner Loves Only You in an epic G2 Sapporo Kinen (2000m). The third Leg JRA 3yo fillies Triple Crown - G1 Shuka Sho (2000m) on 10/17 is next for SODASHI. After that they will look at options including a switch to Dirt for Dubai World Cup.

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Friday, August 20 2021
Dinar, Hamama keep Walker-Al Rashid momentum up

Kranji newcomers Dinar (NZ) (Dalghar) and Hamama (Shackleford) kept up the good head of steam that began with newcomer Qaidoom (Noble Mission) for the new Al Rashid Stable and Mark Walker team last Sunday.

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Sunday, August 15 2021
Asia Review


Masa Tanaka rode the first two winners on the card for the second week in a row. Tanaka has ridden 40 winners for the season, and sits comfortably in third position on the Jockeys Premiership.

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Sunday, August 08 2021
Asia Review

King’s Rose (pictured winning the 2010 NZ 1000 Guineas) produced Danon Regalo (Deep Impact) to win the Shinanogawa Tokubetsu (2000m) at Niigata under Yuga Kawada. Danon Regalo now won three for five and looks very progressive type.

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Monday, August 02 2021
Asia Review

News that Chrono Genesis will by aimed at the this year’s Group One Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe (2400m) on October 3. The mare will fly to France in mid to late September, will run only in the Arc and have Oisin Murphy in the

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Saturday, July 24 2021
Asia Review

Ex pat kiwi Stephen Gray trained Hard Too Think to win the G1 Singapore Derby. Hard Too Think unleashed a powerful run to win comfortably by a length from Big Hearted. Hard Too Think gave trainer Gray his second Derby triumph, after Lim's Prestige in 2007.

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Monday, July 19 2021
Asia Review

Such was the influence that kiwi trainer Laurie Laxon had in Singapore racing that trainers, jockeys & officials paused for a minutes silence for the legendary trainer who passed away during the week. Laxon trained 1263 winners from 2000-2017 and was crowned champion trainer on nine occasions

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Tuesday, July 13 2021
Asia Review

Sunday meeting at Sha Tin was the last of the season, with Wednesday's is Hong Kong Jockey Clubs 88th & final fixture of the season.

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Saturday, July 03 2021
Asia Review

Former Westbury Stud Westbury Stud stallion Makfi sired winners of the first two races at JRA-Hakodate. A 2yo colt winning over 1200m, then the following race a 3yo filly winning over 1700m. Makfi best performer in Japan is 3yo colt Vigenere, a winner of two and a second in a Listed race from seven starts.

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Tuesday, June 29 2021
Asia Review

Former CD rider Masa Tanaka chalked up his first G1 in Macau, riding Irish bred City Gold to a narrow victory in G1 Macau Guineas. “He has been in super form this season recording seven wins.

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