Walker Runner To Light Up The Track At Kranji

Justice Light will give punters a chance to finish on top when he lines up in the Class 4 Handicap (1200m) at Kranji on Friday night.
The Mark Walker-trained runner comes off some terrific form winning his last two outings, the most recent when leading all the way to win a Kranji Stakes D (1200m) by an impressive margin last start.
From the inside draw, Justice Light should roll forward again to take up the lead with Vlad Duric on board and he shapes up as the one they have to beat in this.
With only the seven starts to his name, Justice Light is building an impressive career record and open to further improvement this looks a very good race for him.
The son of Darci Brahma has run a very similar figure his last three outings and if he runs up to it again today that should be good enough to beat these.
Lim’s Ripple has been solid in both runs this campaign and there was a lot to like about his last start effort when fifth behind Magic City over 7 f in a Novice.
Very lightly raced with only four starts to his name but showed good improvement from his first up run and can build on that effort today.
Glen Boss remains on board today and expect him to settle back in the field again but will be running on and can be somewhere in the finish against these.
Sacred Surfer returned pretty well for a new yard in his Singapore debut last start when third behind his stablemate Ancient Warrior off some handy form last campaign in New Zealand.
Has been a long time since his debut win now but would expect the lightly raced gelding to show improvement on his first up effort and drops 3lbs in weight with the 120lbs today.
Needs a bit of luck from the awkward draw but if he can find some cover off the speed he has shown enough in his career to date to suggest he can be competitive again.
Former Australian Dante’s Reprieve is an interesting runner who was disappointing in his first up Singapore outing last start when not beating a runner home.
Has since won a barrier trial over 5 f by 3.3L with the blinkers on and the form he produced in Australia last campaign was very good.
Happy to give the four-year-old More Than Ready gelding another chance and the recent barrier trial with the blinkers on may have switched him on for today.
Soldado comes off two handy runs this campaign and up to the 6 f today will really suit with both previous wins coming at this trip.
As his career record suggests he is rarely out of the finish and based on both runs this time in he looks a genuine chance in this field today.
Good Luck!

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