Last foreign entry will arrive tomorrow

The final foreign entry for the Singapore Airlines International Cup (2,000m) and KrisFlyer International Sprint (1,200m) is scheduled to land tomorrow.

Ireland's BALMONT MAST and MEDICEAN MAN arrived from London early this morning, and Japan's TOKEI HALO is scheduled to land at Changi Airport tomorrow at 5.15am.

Balmont Mast is trained by Edward Lynam, who is bringing his charge back for another crack at the KrisFlyer after his creditable fourth behind Hong Kong's Lucky Nine last year.

Medicean Man, trained by Jeremy Gask, is a regular Dubai campaigner who ran a close-up fourth to Hong Kong's Amber Sky in the Group 1 Al Quoz Sprint over 1,000m in late March.

The Hisashi Shimizu-trained Tokei Halo, who finishsed second in last year's Group 1 Longines Hong Kong Cup over 2,000m, will contest the SIA Cup.