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Gray’s Acrobat the perfect send-off for Clark

Gray’s Acrobat the perfect send-off for Clark

Visiting apprentice jockey Raquel Clark ended her short Kranji stint a winner after she steered Acrobat to a last-stride win in the $75,000 Restricted Maiden race over 1400m on Saturday.At her first overseas stint, the Adelaide lass spent three weeks in Singapore as...

Strap Marks whips up a first win

Strap Marks whips up a first win

Patience paid off for Trelawney Stud and trainer Stephen Gray on Friday night after Strap Marks bolted up in the $20,000 Open Maiden race over 1200m.The famous New Zealand stud (War Affair was born there) run by Brent and Cherry Taylor should have seen the son of...

Lim’s Cruiser is going to Royal Ascot

Lim’s Cruiser is going to Royal Ascot

Singapore champion sprinter Lim’s Cruiser is all set to fly off for his second overseas raid – the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes over six furlongs at Royal Ascot on June 22.The invitation from the British scouts had been received well before the running of Saturday’s...

Big-race jockey Purton to ride Lim’s Cruiser

Big-race jockey Purton to ride Lim’s Cruiser

Hong Kong champion jockey Zac Purton has been given the nod for the plum job on trainer Stephen Gray’s leading Lion City Cup fancy Lim’s Cruiser.The Australian rider will be back for his fifth big-race visit at Kranji. Amazingly, he has hit the target three times at...

See thrilled with Lim’s nod to ride champion sprinter

See thrilled with Lim’s nod to ride champion sprinter

Jockey Troy See is looking forward to bouncing back from a two-day careless riding suspension with two bright big-race chances courtesy of the Lim’s Stable this weekend.The 2018 Singapore champion apprentice jockey is booked on Lim’s Lightning in the second Leg of the...

Prep for Gray’s Gold Cup duo gets underway

Prep for Gray’s Gold Cup duo gets underway

The Stephen Gray duo of Sky Rocket and Bahana (pictured above) took it easy at their first 2019 barrier trial on Thursday morning, but there won’t be any room for nonchalance very soon.The Kiwi handler is at this stage in no real hurry to step up on their work given...

Easy Does It as Gray’s promising four-year-old returns

Easy Does It as Gray’s promising four-year-old returns

The early promise shown by Easy Does It before a tendon injury threw a spanner in the works seemed to be still there when the well-named chestnut spun around to a fairly casual barrier trial win on Thursday morning.Unsighted for more than one year after only his...

Finn shows he sure can Run on debut

Finn shows he sure can Run on debut

There is nothing more satisfying than picking up the rewards for something you went to great lengths to attain, and trainer Stephen Gray would know the feeling after newcomer Runfinnrun scored at his debut on Sunday.The Kiwi handler liked the way the son of Reliable...

Lim’s Cruising around ahead of Kranji comeback

Lim’s Cruising around ahead of Kranji comeback

Top class sprinter Lim’s Cruiser stepped out for a casual spin at the Kranji barrier trials on Thursday, looking all primed ahead of his next assignment in the Group 3 Rocket Man Sprint (1200m) on May 5.Ridden by trainer Stephen Gray’s apprentice jockey Amirul Ismadi...

Connections happy as Larry finally wins

Connections happy as Larry finally wins

A much-needed freshen-up was the key to unlocking Larry’s winning potential.Among the rear-enders at his first five starts, the Mastercraftsman four-year-old was a totally different proposition at his comeback from a three-month break.He didn’t win right away, but his...

Fortune Bowl runner Lim’s Magic sparkles at barrier trials

Fortune Bowl runner Lim’s Magic sparkles at barrier trials

Talented galloper Lim’s Magic turned in a rousing hit-out at the Kranji barrier trials on Thursday morning.Partnered by Troy See, the Manhattan five-year-old never went around horses after beginning from barrier one, coming off a ground-saving spot in third on the...

No Fun No Gain shows his serious side

No Fun No Gain shows his serious side

The well-supported No Fun No Gain made no mistake with a smart win in the $50,000 Class 4 Division 2 race over 1200m on Friday night.Ridden by Daniel Moor, the Pins three-year-old colt settled as the meat in the sandwich in the early stages, flanked by leaders...