It was the second straight year Jim and Tonic finished second in the Singapore Cup. Last year, he finished a neck behind Ouzo in the about 10 furlong race.Five-year-old Endless Hall (Saddlers' Hall--Endless Joy, by Law Society) made his seasonal debut in March, finishing fourth in Dubai Sheema Classic (UAE-II). From four starts last year, he won the Sodexho Prestige Scottish Classic (Eng-III) and the Gran Premio Di Milano (Ity-I). Saturday's win improves his career mark to seven wins from 18 starts.
Endless Hall won the $1.6 million Singapore Airlines International Cup by a half-length over Jim and Tonic, completing the course record-time of 2:00.80. Jamie Spencer rode the Luca Camani-trained gelding to victory."He's just so brave he's unbelievable," Spencer told Sporting Life. "My guy was galloping the whole way to the line and I thought if he (Jim and Tonic) was going to come to me he'd get me at the furlong pole."With the Flow finished third, while U.S.-based Lazy Lode set the pace before fading under Laffit Pincay Jr..