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International Racing News

Sky's International racing journalists keep you up-to-date with the latest from abroad in the world of thorougbred racing.

Big Ask Against Spalato, But Walker Won't Strike Lucky Off Polytrack king My Lucky Strike makes his 2016 racing debut in this Sunday’s $125,000 Kranji Stakes A race over 1000m – but so does Spalato. - 12 Feb
Singapore Racing - Weekend Review - 5th And 9th Of February Two of Singapore's stars stole the show last week with both Kiwi Karma and Quechua saluting in their respective events. - 12 Feb
Welcome-back Kiss For Beasley Australian jockey Danny Beasley has not taken too long to give Kranji racegoers a reminder of his riding skills after he brought home his first winner at his Singapore comeback stint on Tuesday. - 10 Feb
Quechua Leads Shaw Quartet In Fortune Bowl Trainer Patrick Shaw more than lived up to his two-in-three chance of landing the $200,000 Group 3 Fortune Bowl (2000m) . - 10 Feb
Dodging Bullets On Course For Game Spirit Return At Newbury Dodging Bullets is set to make a belated seasonal reappearance in the Betfair Exchange Chase at Newbury on Saturday. - 10 Feb
Paul Nicholls Eyes Newbury And Ascot Paul Nicholls is looking forward to the next two weekend's racing with Dodging Bullets making his seasonal return in the Grade Two Betfair Exchange Chase at Newbury (February 13) - 10 Feb
Frosted Makes Hot Meydan Debut Thursday’s Dubai World Cup Carnival meeting saw the Godolphin show return to Meydan as the boys in blue provided the winners of all three Group races including an imperious performance from World Cup hope Frosted. - 10 Feb
Star Choice Puts Up Stellar Show On Debut The Raffles Racing Stable seems to be enjoying a new lease of life after another debutant of theirs scored on debut on Friday. - 9 Feb
Sunny Shines The Brightest English-bred stayer Sunny came off a muddling-run race to outgun his rivals in the $80,000 Kranji Stakes C race over 2000m on Friday. - 9 Feb
Delay No Drama For Kiwi Karma A 40-minute delay failed to rattle smart mare Kiwi Karma who, once the $125,000 Kranji Stakes A race over 1200m was underway, shot straight like a die to lead from pillar to post on Friday night. - 9 Feb