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  1. Upstart series steal struggling WRC's thunder

    Posted Oct 19th 2005, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... as the world's richest race on turf. And Emirates Airlines is now the sponsor of the Emirates Melbourne Cup and is successfully promoting that race- indeed the entire Victoria Racing Club Spring ... to the idea in 1999 but educated it and nurtured it by bringing global sponsor Emirates Airlines on board. It's history now that an ill-conceived management decision to allow an alternative ...

  2. Precocious Presvis caps his remarkable rise

    Posted Apr 29th 2009, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... is a crackerjack middle-distance racer and we haven't heard the last of him by any means. It will take a very good horse to prevent him from winning the S$3 million (HK$15.5 million)Singapore Airlines ... after three disappointing runs in cheap maidens in England during the late spring and the early summer of 2008. Read what you like into those three failures, the third of them being by nine ...

  3. QE II Cup overflows with talent

    Posted Mar 06th 2005, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... when he failed to please trainer Andreas Schutz in his final gallop. Epalo, owned by Gary Tanaka and winner of the Singapore Airlines International Cup last May, is one of three entries from ... 'He's right back to the form he showed when winning the Mackinnon Stakes last spring in Melbourne, and the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes in Sydney last autumn. He looks a perfect horse ...

  4. Pearl to follow in Cape's footsteps

    Posted Dec 16th 2005, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... a tendon injury is never straight forward and ideally we would have liked him to have a run beforehand, but it just wasn't possible.' Cruz did a similar trick in the spring, with Russian ... a perfect lead-up to that. 'The other race we'll be aiming at is the Singapore Airlines International Cup at Kranji [Singapore] in May.' Hong Kong's senior handicapper Ciaran ...

  5. Half-hearted Japan needs to show its sincerity

    Posted Apr 22nd 2009, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... this Sunday's spring-time feature meeting. The Champions Mile was upgraded in 2005 after extensive discussions with the Japan Racing Association. Prizemoney was almost doubled, from HK$4.5 million ... in early 2005, and that was Cosmo Bulk in year one. Cosmo Bulk went on to become a Singapore Airlines International Cup winner the following season but that year he went around at 20-1 and ran ...



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