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Merlion Trophy

Singapore | FEATURE RACE GUIDE

Previous Merlion Trophy Winners

Date Horse Jockey WT Trainer BP
COUNTOFMONTECRISTO (NZ) 6G
ECHOES OF HEAVEN (AUS) - REPLICATE (NZ) TOWKAY (AUS)
D MOOR 57.5 MICHAEL CLEMENTS 11
DISTINCTIVE DARCI (NZ) 4G
DARCI BRAHMA (NZ) - DISTINCTIVE LASS (AUS) ORIENTATE (USA)
V DURIC 57.5 MARK WALKER 7
INFANTRY (NZ) 4G
TAVISTOCK (NZ) - THE NIGHTINGALE (NZ) STRAVINSKY (USA)
M NUNES 57.5 HW TAN 3
SPALATO (NZ) 6G
ELUSIVE CITY (USA) - ELLINGTON (NZ)
C W BROWN 57.5 J O'HARA 5
EL PADRINO (NZ) 6G
MR NANCHO (ARG) - CROWNIE (AUS) LUSKIN STAR (AUS)
O CHAVEZ 57.5 HW TAN 3
EL PADRINO (NZ) 5G
MR NANCHO (ARG) - CROWNIE (AUS) LUSKIN STAR (AUS)
DAVID R FLORES 57.5 HW TAN 9
SPEEDY CAT (NZ) 4G
SCAREDEE CAT (NZ) - LANE COVE (NZ) MAGIC OF SYDNEY (AUS)
M NUNES 57.5 HW TAN 7
BETTER THAN EVER (AUS) 5G
FRENCH DEPUTY (USA) - SONGFEST (AUS) UNBRIDLED'S SONG (USA)
J MOREIRA 57.5 LAURIE KEVIN LAXON 11
TUXEDO MOON (NZ) 6G
STRAVINSKY (USA) - JENNIFER RUSH (NZ)
O CHAVEZ 57.5 DONALD WILLIAM BAERTSCHIGER 12
MEXICAN ROSE (NZ) 3F
VOLKSRAAD (GB) - DOWN VIEW (USA) GONE WEST (USA)
J SAIMEE 53.5 LAURIE KEVIN LAXON 10
BEAU BRUMMELL (NZ) 4G
MY HALO (ARG) - LADY IN BLUE (NZ)
M J CAHILL 57.5 DAVID MICHAEL HILL 1
WHY BE (AUS) 5G
SUCCESS EXPRESS (USA) - CHARYBDIS (AUS) ROYAL ACADEMY (USA)
J SAIMEE 57.5 LAURIE KEVIN LAXON 5
WHY BE (AUS) 4G
SUCCESS EXPRESS (USA) - CHARYBDIS (AUS) ROYAL ACADEMY (USA)
BAREND VORSTER 57.5 LAURIE KEVIN LAXON 7
WHY BE (AUS) 3G
SUCCESS EXPRESS (USA) - CHARYBDIS (AUS) ROYAL ACADEMY (USA)
S SAM 55.5 LAURIE KEVIN LAXON 4
NINETYFIVE EMPEROR (SGP) 3
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J SAIMEE 57.5 8

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