Singapore Kranji Race Preview – Saturday, 15th May 2021
Singapore racing best bets, race analysis looking at the full Singapore card Saturday, 15th May 2021 with selections & information on all the contenders.
1st Pick: PASIR PINJI (3) A runner in good order for a race like this and can go very close with conditions to suit here.
2nd Pick: BROADWAY SUCCESS (8) The booking of Vlad Duric is an eye-catching one and has the form in the book to run a nice race here.
3rd Pick: TAKHI (4) Should be there or thereabouts on the pick of his form. Keep safe.
4th Pick: MIEJ (2) An interesting runner now down in grade and one to watch the market with here.
1st Pick: DR KARDO (2) Nearly scored on debut. Could have won if not held up for a run at the 400m mark. Nice low draw. Will be all the rage.
2nd Pick: ALEXANDER (8) Showed vast improvement with blinkers on. Big-framed galloper who has made further headway. Can vie for top honours.
3rd Pick: GOOD FIGHT (10) Ran well on debut. Could have finished on podium if rider didn't lose his stirrup in home straight. Top three finish on the cards.
4th Pick: GOLDEN TIGER (1) Still a maiden in 13 starts in New Zealand but did run placed seven times, mostly over ground (up to 2200m). Will need the run but does have the racing experience edge over most of these.
1st Pick: BOOMBA (3) Group winning juvenile who raced fair at class 4 level last start. Has the booking of champion jockey Vlad Duric and can reignite his form.
2nd Pick: WATER ROCKET (2) Ran a nice second behind What You Like last start. Looked the winner everywhere besides the last 50m. With a similar run he can be very competitive here.
3rd Pick: METAL WORLD (8) Placed at 1400m last start but has raced against some very handy horses in the past. Lightweight chance that can surprise.
4th Pick: WAR PRIDE (1) Freshened up after his last start when he tried to make all but was swamped in the run to the line. Doesn't have to lead. Should be in this for a long way.
1st Pick: MARCUS ANTONIUS (11) Didn't have a clear run in the home straight last start. Made a lot of ground late to run fifth less than three lengths off the winner Lim's Rhythm. Drawn nicely in two. Blinkers on. Include in calculations.
2nd Pick: TONY'S LOVE (3) Finally showed up when a fast-finishing third over 2000m last time out. Goes over Polytrack which he didn't handle very well at only try. In the hunt, nonetheless.
3rd Pick: PINI PONS (1) Seems to enjoy Polytrack racing better. Not the most reliable sort, but on his forward run last time out, he could run another cheeky race here.
4th Pick: TELL ME (12) Runner-up at his last start when stepped up in distance. Back to Polytrack. Place claims.
1st Pick: ALLEGRO (4) Tailed off and let down late after being hard ridden last time out. Has drawn out again. Pacifiers off. Go close.
2nd Pick: ANPANMAN (3) Lightly-raced sort. Doesn't venture out to seven furlongs too often but did run on for fourth once. In-form Danny Beasley takes the reins. Include in calculations.
3rd Pick: LAI MAK MAK (2) Getting long in the tooth but does pop up now and again. Champion jockey Vlad Duric sticks with him. Blinker-pacifiers off. Will be in the mix when the whips are cracking.
4th Pick: HOSAYLIAO (5) Turns up when in the mood. Hard to recommend with confidence, but this is a weak field and he may decide to get his act together.
1st Pick: RELENTLESS (7) Improving type of horse with a motor when the pace is genuine. Has been unlucky with no speed in previous runs and wasn't able to sprint with them. 1600m suits him well.
2nd Pick: ADIPSON (5) Hasn't won for some time but is a proven winner at the 1600m. With good on speed he should finish strongly.
3rd Pick: GOLDEN FLAME (1) Just found Class 3 a bit tough at his last two starts. Genuine Class 4 performer and has been placed over the distance in the past.
4th Pick: MCGREGOR (2) His last-start second was an improvement and being back in Class 4 suits. He likes to be handy in the run and against this field, he can put his best foot forward.
1st Pick: MILITARY CHAIRMAN (2) A chance can be taken with this Copperbelt-trained galloper back on the Polytrack of a handy mark with Danny Beasley booked.
2nd Pick: BLITZ POWER (5) The run over the course and distance a couple of starts back was good and she can go well here.
3rd Pick: ZOFFSPEED (3) Has been racing well enough for a race of this standing. One to include.
4th Pick: FORT MUSTANG (6) The hope is that Oscar Chavez can spark this fellow back into better form (has gone well for the Panamanian jockey).
1st Pick: AFTERMATH (2) Ran a nice third behind exciting youngster Lim's Kosciuszko beaten 3.3 lengths. Will improve greatly from that experience.
2nd Pick: KNIGHT LOVE (4) Started his Kranji career in stellar style but put a few ordinary runs two out of his last three starts. His last start was much better and ideally suited to this race.
3rd Pick: SUMMER WIND (6) Newcomer to Kranji having raced in Australia. Did race in city class and his runs were positive. Strong finisher and will improve more after this start.
4th Pick: BEER GARDEN (13) A consistent galloper who is usually around the mark. Finds a tough field but if he gets in, and with the right run he can figure in the finish.
1st Pick: RED CLAW (6) Ignore last run when he was eased out of race with rider losing his irons. Previous run was sound and from barrier No 3, he should get a nice run in transit. Commands respect.
2nd Pick: UNCLE LUCKY (8) Can't fault him for always trying. Nicely drawn. Just needs a bit of luck to find the line.
3rd Pick: YES ONE BALL (1) Seems to have found his niche. Will probably dictate from his handy barrier. Threat if left alone upfront.
4th Pick: ARION PASSION (2) Showed sudden return to form last outing. Back over winning course and distance. Bears watching.
1st Pick: RED RIDING WOOD (7) This Mark Walker-trained runner has a great record when partnered by Vlad Duric with form figures of 161 and this race suits very well.
2nd Pick: SUPER ATAS (8) It is worth giving this lightly-raced maiden another chance on the Polytrack with a good claimer booked.
3rd Pick: BEBOP (1) A last-start winner who is now up six points. Respected.
4th Pick: RUNMINDERBINDERRUN (5) Holding his form well and must be included in the exotics.
1st Pick: TIGER ROAR (3) Super impressive to date winning four from seven starts. He will settle back and can run blistering times. Up in class but he's the horse they have to beat.
2nd Pick: KING'S COMMAND (11) Liked the way he won last start stepping up to 1600m and blinkers on first time. He is a get-back and sprint style runner and if the speed is genuine he can continue on his winning ways.
3rd Pick: ELITE INCREDIBLE (2) His run behind Tiger Roar was full of merit and he looks to benefit second-up and the rise to 1600m. He's placed in a Singapore Derby and looks to be competitive in this field.
4th Pick: SO HI CLASS (7) Proven winner at the mile albeit in Class 4. Should sit somewhere handy and look a chance on straightening.
1st Pick: BRIGHT ALMIGHTY (1) Really does deserve to win another one on the back of some solid performances of late. The one to beat.
2nd Pick: TEARDROPS (2) Two wins from four starts in Argentina and has plenty of speed (won 1000m in 55.58s). A couple of good trials have her spot-on for this. Interesting.
3rd Pick: PINDUS (7) Off a good mark at the moment and could be each-way value.
4th Pick: BIONICS (6) Bolted up last time in a Class 5 but this is tougher. Place chance.
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