For the second year running, Japanese-trained horses emerged victorious in the Keeneland Korea Cup & Sprint.
Trainer Michael Clements is hoping to race the back-in-form Song To The Moon in the Keeneland Korea Cup in Seoul on September 9.
The Korea Racing Authority Trophy will be run at Kranji Racecourse in Singapore on Sunday and for the fourth year in a row, Korean horses will be taking part. The record of those who have made the trip in previous years is somewhat less than stellar so can Today, Gakbyeolhan and Approach do differently this time around?
New Citadel was sent off as odds-on favourite on his return after six months out with a leg injury, but even though expected main rival Shamrocker was a late scratching, the four-year-old could only manage 3rd as Special Runner ran out the winner of Sunday’s Class 1 feature race at Seoul.
It began in 2005 as the marquee race of the season at the then brand new Busan track.