Singapore | FEATURE RACE GUIDE
Previous Singapore Derby Winners
| SUN MARSHAL (AUS) 4G |
SEPOY (AUS) - MYSTERIOUS LIGHT (AUS) FANTASTIC LIGHT (USA)
|J AZZOPARDI||57.0||D L FREEDMAN||12|
| JUPITER GOLD (AUS) 4G |
CONGRATS (USA) - CONTENTED (AUS) MORE THAN READY (USA)
|O PLACAIS||57.0||HIDEYUKI TAKAOKA||1|
| INFANTRY (NZ) 4G |
TAVISTOCK (NZ) - THE NIGHTINGALE (NZ) STRAVINSKY (USA)
|M NUNES||57.0||HW TAN||6|
| WELL DONE (NZ) 4G |
FALKIRK (NZ) - GOLD CLOUD (NZ)
|M RODD||57.0||D KOK||4|
| QUECHUA (ARG) 4G |
PURE PRIZE (USA) - QUEEN CABARET (BRZ) WILD EVENT (USA)
|C W BROWN||57.0||PATRICK BERNARD SHAW||11|
| SPALATO (NZ) 4G |
ELUSIVE CITY (USA) - ELLINGTON (NZ)
|M NUNES||57.0||J O'HARA||10|
| BETTER LIFE (AUS) 4M |
SMARTY JONES (USA) - QUIET LIFE (USA)
|A MUNRO||55.5||HIDEYUKI TAKAOKA||2|
| CHASE ME (NZ) 4G |
STORM CREEK (USA) - CARTIER GOLD (NZ)
|J MOREIRA||57.0||DESMOND KOH||11|
| CLINT (NZ) 4G |
CASUAL LIES (USA) - TORCH (NZ)
|J POWELL||57.0||CLIFF BROWN||1|
| RACE AHEAD (NZ) 4G |
AL AKBAR (AUS) - MERTIE LOVE (NZ)
|O P BOSSON||57.0||RANGI BRUCE MARSH||7|
| JOLIE'S SHINJU (JPN) 4M |
JOLIE'S HALO (USA) - ENDEARING QUALITY (USA) DANZIG (USA)
|RON STEWART||55.5||HIDEYUKI TAKAOKA||3|
| TOP SPIN (AUS) 4G |
ARENA (AUS) - GAS (AUS)
|N CALLOW||57.0||LAURIE KEVIN LAXON||6|
| LIM'S PRESTIGE (NZ) 4G |
PINS (AUS) - STIRLING JO (NZ)
|DIN AZIS||57.0||STEPHEN GRAY||4|
| OUR FALSTAFF (SGP) 4 |
| HELLO AND GOODBYE (SGP) 4 |
Trainer Michael Clements trained the quinella in Friday night’s Group 2 Stewards’ Cup, though not in the order many punters had predicted.
When trainer Michael Clements made his choice from the only available three jockeys on standby for the replacement ride on Siam Blue Vanda in the $400,000 Group 2 Stewards’ Cup (1600m), little did he know he was about to give someone the opportunity of a rare double feat.
It’s taken 10 runs for trainer Daniel Meagher to finally get a win out of former top-draw stayer Lim’s Samurai on Friday night.
Vlad Duric might hold the ace among the big team of five jockeys riding for trainer Michael Clements in the $400,000 Group 2 Stewards’ Cup (1600m) this Friday, but Daniel Moor is quietly confident about his own hand.
Michael Rodd is excited to be back on Singapore Derby prospect Pax Animi.
It’s only after Axel’s barnstorming win at his last start that trainer Mark Walker began to toy with the idea he could be a Derby horse.
Regarded as one of Singapore’s brightest riding talents, Noh Senari brought up a century of winners on Friday before making it 101 with his pet horse Coming Through on Sunday.
Excellent Moon’s first win at his 17th start in a Class 5 race on Friday night would normally not get much press, but to trainer Hideyuki Takaoka, it was an extra special moment.
Punters were right on the money after Coming Fast made a winning debut for trainer Desmond Koh in the $20,000 Open Maiden race over 1200m on Friday night.
English import Minister might have made his Kranji debut in the first Leg of the Singapore Four-Year-Old Challenge, but the full series is not what he is being aimed at.
Last-start winner Coming Through is having another go at Polytrack sprint this Sunday, but trainer Desmond Koh said it was not because it was a tried and tested formula or it was his pet surface.
Star Jack is not quite in the same brilliant form that saw him finish a mighty second to I’m Incredible in the Group 3 El Dorado Classic (2000m) last year, but trainer Hideyuki Takaoka is not despairing to get the old Star Jack back.
Singapore racing best bets, race analysis looking at the full Singapore card Saturday, 7th March 2020 with selections & information on all the contenders.
Top sprinter Bold Thruster’s love affair with Group 3 races at Kranji kept going on Saturday after he extended the record to five in the $175,000 Silver Bowl (1400m).