Singapore Turf Club

Singapore Turf Club

Singapore Turf Club

Founded in 1842, Singapore Turf Club is the oldest and only horse racing club in Singapore. As a proprietary club of the Singapore Totalisator Board, it manages and operates professional thoroughbred horse racing at the world-class Singapore Racecourse located in Kranji.

Singapore Turf Club heralded the start of aviation in Singapore in 1911 as the runway for Singapore’s first manned flight. Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II visited the Club in 1972 and 2006, with The Queen Elizabeth II Cup organised to commemorate her visit. Singapore Turf Club was awarded the ISO 9002 certification in 1998, re-certified ISO 9001:2000 compliant in 2004, and awarded ISO 17025 accreditation in 2005.  Singapore Turf Club was also a recipient of SPRING Singapore’s Singapore Quality Class and Service Class certifications in 2014.

Singapore Turf Club regularly opens its premises and organises a wide range of community, lifestyle, and recreational activities for members of the public. The Singapore Turf Club Riding Centre supports the Club’s engagement efforts by offering horseback riding and livery ownership at its world class facility.  Singapore Turf Club’s operational surpluses are channeled to the Singapore Totalisator Board to fund causes in social service, community development, sports, the arts, education, and health.

Singapore Turf Club

Past Conferences

Year
Month
The Conference
2000
March
27
Conference
Malaysia/Singapore
1987
March
19
Conference
Malaysia/Singapore
1970
September
9
Conference
Malaysia/Singapore
1961
September
2
Conference
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Member Updates

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Singapore resumes racing

Singapore resumes racing

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Singapore resumes racing

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The announcement this week from the Singapore Turf Club that racing will resume at Kranji on July 11th, 2020, completes Asian Racing Federation jurisdictions returning to racing operations after the Covid-19 pandemic country lock-downs.

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Singapore Turf Club to reschedule the Kranji Mile and Lion City Cup

Singapore Turf Club to reschedule the Kranji Mile and Lion City Cup

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Singapore Turf Club to reschedule the Kranji Mile and Lion City Cup

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The Singapore Turf Club will reschedule the International Group 3 Kranji Mile and Group 1 Lion City Cup race meetings, both initially slated for 23 May 2020, to a later date.

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Singapore racing suspension extended to June 1st

Singapore racing suspension extended to June 1st

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Singapore racing suspension extended to June 1st

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The Singapore Turf Club advised on Wednesday that the suspension of racing at Kranji has been extended to June 1st, 2020, in line with the Singapore Government's measures announced on Tuesday to stop the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19.

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Singapore suspends racing, updates from Australia and New Zealand

Singapore suspends racing, updates from Australia and New Zealand

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Singapore race meetings and overseas simulcast races will be suspended from Tuesday, 7 April 2020 to Monday, 4 May 2020.

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Singapore reduces race days and public not admitted to Kranji

Singapore reduces race days and public not admitted to Kranji

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The Singapore Turf Club (STC) advised on Thursday that in line with the Singapore Government Ministry of Health’s (MOH) Advisory it will be implementing the following stricter precautionary measures because of the Covid-19 pandemic:

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Singapore Turf Club announces two major fixture changes for 2020

Singapore Turf Club announces two major fixture changes for 2020

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Asian Racing Federation member, the Singapore Turf Club, announced this week two major changes to the Singapore Racing Fixtures 2020 programme, a general shift to more Saturday than Sunday race meetings and the earlier staging of the Singapore Four-Year-Old Challenge.

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Singapore Gold Cup

Singapore Gold Cup

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Singapore Gold Cup

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Asian Racing Federation member Singapore held their feature S$1,350,000, (SG1) Dester Singapore Gold Cup (2000m) at Kranji last Sunday with success for leading trainer Mark Walker and jockey Benny Woodworth with Elite Invincible (IRE).

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Classic races decided in Korea and Singapore

Classic races decided in Korea and Singapore

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Classic races decided in Korea and Singapore

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Classic races were decided in two Asian Racing Federation countries on July 15th, 2018, with the Korean Oaks at Busan and the Singapore Derby at Kranji

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Singapore Turf Club Kranji Mile

Singapore Turf Club Kranji Mile

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Singapore Turf Club Kranji Mile

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Kranji, picture ThoroughbredNEWS The Singapore Turf Club (STC) announced this week that it is speeding up the process of restoring its international status by elevating the Group 1 Kranji Mile over 1600 metres to invitational status this May.

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New racing initiatives announced for Singapore racing

New racing initiatives announced for Singapore racing

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New racing initiatives announced for Singapore racing

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Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan.

Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan.

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Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan.

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International wagering on Victorian Spring Racing Carnival, Singapore’s Gold Cup, 2016 LONGINES International Jockeys’ Championship, Sha Tin racing steps up in preparation for LONGINES HKIR, Japan’s Mile Championship

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Singapore’s Gold Cup and stakes increases

Singapore’s Gold Cup and stakes increases

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Singapore Turf ClubSouth African trainer Patrick Shaw won his third S$1.3m, SGroup 1 Longines Singapore Gold Cup (2200m) after Cooptado (ARG), under champion apprentice jockey-elect Shafiq Rizuan, landed the time-honoured race in a close finish over Fastnet Dragon (AUS) at Kranji on Sunday.

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Singapore discontinues SIA Cup and Krisflyer Sprint

Singapore discontinues SIA Cup and Krisflyer Sprint

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Singapore discontinues SIA Cup and Krisflyer Sprint

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The Singapore Turf Club recently announced that it has discontinued the international Group 1 races, the Singapore Airlines International Cup (SIA Cup) and KrisFlyer International Sprint (KFIS).

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Hong Kong provided the winners for the Singapore Turf Club’s major international meeting in May with the Paul O’Sullivan trained Aerovelocity winning the Group 1 KrisFlyer International Sprint over 1200m and John Moore’s Dan Excel (IRE) making it back to back victories in the Group 1 Singapore Airlines International Cup over 2000m.