Ambitious boss eyes next season's jockeys' title

BUCKET LIST: Glen Boss thinks the time is right for him to try his luck at Singapore's riding title.
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Nunes down with kidney stones

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Correction on weights of two 2YO fillies

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Anandan scores comeback win

Tangible Assets gives the reborn jockey his first winner in nearly 4 years

SAFELY HOME: Jockey Anandan Subramaniam steering Tanglible Assets (blue cap) to stave off the fast-finishing Reysha (No. 10) in Race 2 at Kranji yesterday.
It’s great to finally get a winner though it was hard work to get this horse over the line. Big thank you to Mr Takaoka for his support from the day I came back as a track rider for him. He has really helped me. - S Anandan (above), after scoring on Tangible Assets
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Nyquist odds-on to lift second leg of Triple Crown

ALL FIRED UP: Kentucky Derby winner Nyquist working with gusto yesterday (Singapore time) in preparation for the Preakness Stakes.
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Kranji and KL trackwork

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'It's our time'

Dortmund CEO Watzke believes it will be third time lucky, after losing the last two German Cup finals

SWANSONG: Borussia Dortmund captain Mats Hummels' (above) last match for the club will be against his new employers Bayern Munich (in red).
I am not known for being the biggest optimist on this planet, but I feel like it’s our turn to win the title. - Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke on the German Cup final
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Vardy and I can excite

Kane believes he can thrive alongside Leicester star

Kane (left) finished top of the Premier League scoring charts after netting 25 times for Tottenham Hotspur, with Vardy (right) one goal adrift as he spearheaded Leicester City’s triumphant title campaign.
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Blind's Wembley love 
affair

United's Dutch defender hopes to maintain winning record at Wembley

EYEING A
 HAT-TRICK: Daley Blind wants to make it three wins out of three at Wembley tomorrow, having emerged victorious in an FA Cup semi-final and for Holland against England at the same venue.
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