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Te Akau Singapore Monday Preview

23 Jan 2023

Te Akau Singapore Monday Preview

 

Te Akau Singapore has five horses entered on Monday 23 January at Kranji.

Te Akau trainer Donna Logan ended her first season with Te Akau Singapore, finishing second in the Trainers’ Premiership.

Training since 2018 in Singapore, Logan took over from Mark Walker on 1 January 2022. Walker was Singapore Champion Trainer in 2015, 2017 (record 87 wins), 2019, and 2021, also runner-up three times, third, and fourth.

 

6:30 p.m. R3 7 Master Ryker (7 g Sebring – Hanky Panky) – Saleh Shafrizal (a1); drew the outside barrier (8) in the $50,000 Class 4 1100 metres on the poly-track and carries 50kg. He hit the line well last start, but is a rough place chance as he will need luck from the outside (8).

8:00 p.m. R6 8 Rocky (4 g El Roca – Anthology) – Mohd Zaki; drew barrier 6 of 8 in the $50,000 Class 4 1200 metres on the poly-track and carries 50kg. His form has been solid, he also trialled well, and is one for longer odds.

10:00 p.m. R10 4 Champagne Finale (7 g All Too Hard – Grande Annee) – Jamil Sarwi (a4); drew barrier 8 of 9 in the $50,000 Class 4 1100 metres on the poly-track and carries 48kg. The trip may be a touch short for him at this stage and he usually requires run or two to hit form, but he tries hard.

10:30 p.m. R11 1 King Arthur (5 g I Am Invincible – Pentasia) – Fadzli Yusoff (a2); drew outside barrier (11) in the $100,000 Kranji Stakes A 1200 metres on the turf and carries 57.5kg. He holds a good course/distance record and will improve for run, but rates a top four chance with a good dose of luck required from his wide gate (11).

11:00 p.m. R12 8 Winning Stride (4 g Wrote – Tossed and Turned) – Fadzli Yusoff (a2); drew barrier 1 of 10 in the $50,000 Class 4 1400 metres on the turf and carries 50.5kg. He has made a good impression to date, running on last start, he has trialled well, and rates a top four chance.

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