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Tom Krish passes away in mid-air
Tom Krish passes away in mid-air One of the most familiar figures among racing journalist fraternity in India Tom Krish passed away mid-air on Monday when he was en route to Chennai from Chicago for his annual vacation. Tom Krish wrote extensively on international horse racing on Indian racing websites. He was one of the most extensively travelled journalists and he had covered every major racing event in the world barring the Melbourne Cup. He was a frequent traveller
Chinese Thought brings off an upset in feature
Leo D’Silva trained Chinese Thought overcame the inadequacies of apprentice jockey Jitendra Singh and provided him with the career’s first win in the 1100 metres Raja Narasimha Rao Memorial Cup (Div I), a race for horses rated 42 to 62, the feature event of Monday’s Hyderabad races. Chinese Thought travelled wide into the straight and Jitendra was unable to correct the drift but despite this, the horse had enough firepower to reach the post ahead of late-rallying Rose Eternal.

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Titus wins feature despite a clumsy ride
Donald Netto trained Titus barely managed to win the 1200 metres Chief Justice Trophy (Div I), a race for horses rated 58 to 78, the feature event of Sunday’s Hyderabad races. Titus should have been a comprehensive winner but for the inadequacies of jockey Kiran Naidu who nearly messed up by banging the rails inside the final 100 metres and then was all at sea. The momentum took the favourite past the post.

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  Exodus scores a belabored win
  Isn’t She Lovely records splendid win
  Meritocracy records encore in impressive fashion
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  Eastern Star upstages Punjabi Girl
  Star Cracker wins feature with surprising ease
  Iris maintains an amazing winning streak
Kolkata Racing,
Friday, November 16 , 2018
, ( 1st race @ 12:30 PM )
Castlebridge, Governor General may contest the issue
Trainer Bharath Singh`s top-weighted runner, Castlebridge (Y.S. Srinath) and the M.K. Jadhav’s light-weighted horse, Governor General (A. Sandesh) may fight out the issue in the 1,400m Mayfowl Cup, the feature event in Friday`s card.. Selections
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Bangalore Racing,
Saturday, November 17 , 2018
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Sunday, November 18 , 2018
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Hyderabad Racing,
Sunday, November 18 , 2018
Hyderabad Racing,
Monday, November 19 , 2018
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 Next 10 day's Races ( till 23/11/2018 )
  Wednesday, November 14, 2018 ( Chennai )
  Thursday, November 15, 2018 ( Chennai )
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  Friday, November 16, 2018 ( Kolkata )
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  Sunday, November 18, 2018 ( Mumbai )
  Sunday, November 18, 2018 ( Hyderabad )
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  Thursday, November 22, 2018 ( Mumbai )
  Friday, November 23, 2018 ( Bangalore )
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Trainer Leo D`Silva leading in Natasha (C Umesh up), winner of Sriram Sagar Cup at Hyderabad on Monday. Trainer Srinivas Reddy leading in Ashwa Arjun (Ashaad Asbar up), winner of the Recommender Plate at Hyderabad on Monday. Hailstorm (Neeraj Rawal up), winner of the Own Opinion Plate, being led in by trainer Laxman Singh on Monday at Hyderabad.

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