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Korean Derby G1 at Seoul Sunday

Sunday, 14 May 2017: The first leg, the KRA Mile, was run at Busan and now the action moves to Seoul. Indian King, with Darryl Holland riding, was a bit of a surprise winner at Busan but Holland, who returns to ride in this, says all systems are go with the horse and his work has been increased to cope with the extra 200m.

Royal Ruby was second and has proved to be able to run the trip but this his first time in Seoul, but trainer Peter Wolsley doesn't see this as a problem. Final Boss is based here and has won over the trip and he's been working very well and while he was third in Busan the trackwork watchers say he is looking better now. And Daeho Sidae has been tipped as a star of the future and is expected to do well here.

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