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Te Akau Singapore Saturday Preview

17 Oct 2020

Te Akau Singapore Saturday Preview


Te Akau Singapore has nine horses racing on Saturday 17 October at Kranji. 

Trainer Mark Walker ended last season (Dec. 8) with 73 wins to claim his third title as Singapore Champion Trainer, and currently second with 40 wins this year. 

5.00 p.m. R1 12 Hidden Promise (8 g Postponed – Promissory) – Aiman Kamaruddin (a3); drew barrier 8 of 12 in the $30,000 Class 5 1400 metres on turf and carries 54kgs. A last start winner, back in distance here but he rates a top four chance.

5.30 p.m. R2 3 Latent Power (4 g Shamexpress – D J Lightning) – Ruan Maia; drew barrier 1 of 12 in the $20,000 Maiden 1000 metres on the poly track and carries 57.5kgs. He is a difficult horse on training track, but he has drawn well (1) and has a top jockey aboard – a first four prospect.

5.30 p.m. R2 11 Lady Roxanne  (3 f Darci Brahma – Kindred) – Aiman Kamaruddin (a3); drew barrier 7 of 12 in the $20,000 Maiden 1000 metres on the poly track and carries 47.5kgs. She is a definite light-weight contender.

6.00 p.m. R3 13 Black Quail  (7 g Coats Choice – Sefidi) – unfixed; drew 8 of 12 in the $50,000 Class 4 1000 metres on the poly track and carries 51kgs. He requires a drop to Class 5 to make his presence felt.

8.00 p.m. R7 4 Exdream (5 g Dream Ahead – Sboog) – Aiman Kamaruddin (a3); drew barrier 4 of 12 in the $50,000 Class 4 1200 metres on turf and carries 54.5kgs. He rates a place chance in a very strong field.

8.30 p.m. R8 9 Prince Pegasus  (7 g Beneteau – Sassy Peg) – Benny Woodworth; drew barrier 3 of 12 in the $30,000 Class 5 1400 metres on turf and carries 53kgs. He finds the right race to rate a top four proposition.

8.30 p.m. R8 12 Maximilian  (5 g Highly Recommended – Annabel Rose) – Aiman Kamaruddin (a3); drew barrier 5 of 12 in the $30,000 Class 5 1400 metres on turf and carries 49kgs. He can be unreliable, but he has been working well enough to produce a top five finish.

9.00 p.m. R9 2 Red Riding Wood  (7 g Redwood – Dreamcatcher) – Aiman Kamaruddin (a3); drew barrier 9 of 12 in the $30,000 Class 5 1700 metres on the poly track and carries 55.5kgs. He is enjoying good form and can make a first four impact.

9.30 p.m. R10 10 Mustengo  (5 g Minstrel Court – Zabba) – Aiman Kamaruddin (a3); drew barrier 11 of 12 in the $50,000 Class 4 1600 metres on turf and carries 51kgs. He rates a place chance from a wide draw (11).

10.00 p.m. R11 11 Lai Mak Mak  (9 g O’Reilly – Pretty) – CK Ng (a3); drew barrier 1 of 12 in the $50,000 Class 4 1000 metres on the poly track and carries 49kgs. He would be better suited in Class 5.

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