King Louis To Reign At Kranji

King Louis looks ready to peak fourth up when he lines up in the Kranji Stakes C (1600m) in Singapore on Friday night.
The Ricardo Le Grange-trained runner has produced good form since coming to Singapore, winning first up before going on to place in his last two outings.
Most recent effort came a month ago when runner up to Kingsman in the Class 3 over 7 f, hitting the line strongly from well back in the field and stepping up to the mile should suit today.
King Louis showed some handy form in Australia for James Cummings prior to coming to Singapore and he has been readied for this with a recent quiet barrier trial.
The son of Medaglia D’Oro certainly looks a horse on the rise based on what he has produced in three runs for his new yard and he shapes up as the one they have to beat today.
Drawn much better today in barrier 5, King Louis should settle a touch closer today than he did last start and looks ready to return to the winners circle.
Lim’s Regard has been knocking on the door in recent times and remaining over the mile today looms as a big danger.
The four-year-old gelding has finished runner up in two of her last three outings and was only narrowly edged out in the Class 3 over 1 m.
Should push forward to lead again today from barrier 2 and despite not having won over the mile previously, the Mark Walker-trained runner has performed over the trip and this looks a nice task for him today.
Comes into consideration off his last start second placing and if he gets all the favours in front will take plenty of running down.
Only Win has been doing exactly that in recent times and will be shooting for his third in a row today.
The Michael Clements-trained runner broke through for his maiden win over Mr Clint on New Years Day before a big win in the Class 4 premier (1400m) last start.
Has been freshened since that effort and given a recent barrier trial in preparation for today and looks a horse on the rise.
The lightly raced four-year-old is certainly racing in career best form and with further improvement can make his way into the finish against these.
Yulong Xiong Hu rounds out the main chances off a last start win in a Class 4 Premier over 7 f, his first run in Singapore.
Form in Australia for Darren Weir was solid enough but will need to show significant improvement in tougher company today.
With only 13 starts to his name certainly has room for further improvement and having won over the mile previously expect he will be getting to the line strongly.
Good Luck!

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