What is the Singapore Turf Club?

What is the Singapore Turf Club?

The Singapore Turf Club (STC) will soon mark its second century as a premier sporting and entertainment destination. Established in 1842, the Singapore Sporting Club was just a pioneer racecourse that spouted up in the Farrer Park along Serangoon Road.

What is the Singapore Turf Club’s warranty policy?

The Singapore Turf Club, to the fullest extent permitted by law, makes no warranties about the accuracy, reliability, completeness or timeliness of the information and related graphics.

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Where to go horse racing in Singapore?

Singapore’s only horse racing sport club founded in 1842, Singapore Turf Club continues to reinvent unique experiences for visitors. Singapore Turf Club and Riding Centre hosts professional horse racing and equestrian sports in world-class facilities in Kranji, easily accessible via Kranji MRT/public transport.

Why work at the Turf Club?

The buildings and grounds were home to the Singapore Turf Club, relocated from its old Farrer Park premises in 1933. The Turf Club has built up enviable support from a large and loyal staff, a fact confirmed by the number of employees who have spent their entire working life at the Club.

Is there such a thing as a successful racehorse owner in Singapore?

He was an owner and, on a smaller scale, a breeder, who lived for racing. “There are not too many owners who have had success in owning or breeding winners in Singapore, Dubai, Hong Kong, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, England, France, Ireland, France and his country of birth, Malaysia.

What makes the grandstand at Bukit Timah so special?

When it was opened in 1933, the Grandstand at Bukit Timah was declared ‘a truly impressive sight’. Although it has been extensively upgraded over the past fifty years, the basic structure remains unaltered. The Grandstand is a commercial lifestyle hub, tucked away in a large expanse of sparsely occupied land off Bukit Timah Road.