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28 wins

Singapore winners by season

2018 7 wins

Silent Prince sweeps home late to score Silent Prince sweeps home late to score
Commodore Lincoln September 23 Kranji
Silent Prince August 12 Kranji
Darci's Boy July 20 Kranji
O'Reilly Bay June 10 Kranji
Lincoln's Excuse April 7 Kranji
Saint Lincoln March 18 Kranji
Lincoln's Excuse January 28 Kranji

2017 9 wins

Lucky Lincoln scored twice in 2017 Lucky Lincoln scored twice in 2017
Silent Prince October 29 Kranji
Pratt Street August 25 Kranji
O'Reilly Bay June 18 Kranji
Lincoln Road May 1 Kranji
Lucky Lincoln March 26 Kranji
Darci's Boy March 19 Kranji
Lincoln's Excuse March 1 Kranji
Lucky Lincoln February 12 Kranji
Commodore Lincoln January 2 Kranji

2016 6 wins

O’Reilly Bay home on the polytrack O’Reilly Bay home on the polytrack
Lincoln's Excuse October 9 Kranji
Lucky Lincoln September 18 Kranji
Lincoln Road June 5 Kranji
O'Reilly Bay May 15 Kranji
Lincoln Road May 8 Kranji
Colonel Lincoln March 6 Kranji

2015 6 wins

Lincoln Road started his career in Singapore with five wins on end Lincoln Road started his career in Singapore with five wins on end
Lincoln Road December 13 Kranji
Lucky Lincoln December 4 Kranji
Pratt Street November 22 Kranji
Lincoln Road November 1 Kranji
Lincoln Road October 11 Kranji
Lincoln's Excuse May 24 Kranji

Our runners this week

Friday night at Kranji

O’Reilly Bay

Sunday at Kranji

Lincoln Moonlight

Race Images - Gallops

Lincoln light

News in brief

STREET UNLUCKY: Pratt Street was dead unlucky not to win at Kranji last night. Rider Craig Grylls was badly held up in behind the leaders down the stretch and flashed late on the rails when finally clear, pipped a nose and a short head.

ACE UP SLEEVE: Ace’s Wild will have one more trial before he resumes. The Swiss Ace three-year-old trailed the field home in his first trial back but trainer Shane Baertschiger says he was given only an easy gallop. “He’s never shown much in trackwork or trials but raceday he’s different. Both his runs as a two-year-old were quite encouraging - he was running on strongly from back in the field.”

CITY IMPROVES: Lincoln City ran an improved race for trainer Shane Baertschiger when sixth at Kranji last Friday night appreciating his first run on the grass.

NOISE FOR SILENT: Punters who followed our advice from Shane Baertschiger that Silent Prince would be suited by the trip and likely tempo at Kranji last Sunday were rewarded with a $6.80 place dividend when he closed late for third. Silent Prince will be tried next over 1800 metres in three weeks.

NOT SO LUCKY: Lucky Enough’s debut for Lincoln Farms was less than auspicious. Trainer Stephen Gray warned the gelding lacked ringcraft and was only there for experience and he was right - he jumped awkwardly and bumped a rival at the start then raced greenly throughout. The horse ran last and afterwards was showing signs of respiratory distress and was ordered to trial and be vet checked before next racing.