Premier winners

Winners this season48
Second Placings26
Third Placings19
Group and Listed4
Stake Money* $2,845,379

*Total prize money won in 2018, based on Premier Racing horses purchased by and or managed by Premier Racing Partnerships and Wade Burridge

Nothing beats the excitement of winning with Premier Racing Partnerships. Here are our most recent winners and racing highlights.

Chocante

Date: 11 November 2018  Race: Lantau Island Stakes Class 3 (1200m)  Margin: 1.5 lengths  Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: Matthew Poon

After finding no luck the start prior, jockey Matthew Poon jumped Shane Baertschiger's Chocante away well from the barriers with the son of Fastnet Rock sitting handy in the run.

Pulling off the leaders back, Chocante charged to the lines, pulling away for an impressive victory

 

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Nepean

Date: 11 November 2018  Race: Tsim Sha Tsui Stakes Class 3 (1200m)  Margin: 2.3 lengths  Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: Matthew Kellady

Impressive when winning a recent barrier trial, the Shane Baertschiger-trained Nepean charged the gates, landing in front.

Maintaining his lead throughout, Matthew Kellady kept the gelding travelling sweetly before powering away fromhis opposition after straightening.

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Lim's Pride

Date: 26 October 2018  Race: Open Maiden (1400m)  Margin: 0.2 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Troy See

Having just his third start, 4yo Casino Prince gelding Lim's Pride settled mid-field after jumping from a wide gate for trainer Steven Burridge.

Still needing to make up many lengths as the leading duo skipped clear rounding the home turn, jockey Troy See asked his mount for an effort and he charged impressively to the line to record his maiden win.

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Aramco

Date: 21 October 2018  Race: Group 3 Garden City Trophy (1200m)  Margin: 1 length  Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: Vlad Duric

Coming into the Group 3 race in winning form, the Shane Baertschiger-trained Aramco settled towards the tail with only two runners behind him. With noted leader Faaltless ensuring a solid temp up front, Duric bidded his time.

When the home corner was reached Aramco was behind a wall of horses and needing an out. Just as Mister Yeoh sprinted to the lead, Duric urged Aramco along and once clear, powered past the leader to record an impressive length win.

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Dussledorf

Date: 12 October 2018  Race: Class 4 Premier (1200m)  Margin:Jockey: Michael Rodd

Ridden by Michael Rodd, 5yo Canford Cliffs gelding is starting to show the form that saw him Group 2 placed in Australia, recording back to back wins at the Singapore Turf Club.

Settled back in the field, Rodd urged the KS Train-gelding down the outside to charge at the leaders and scoring impressviely by two lengths, his second win in as many starts!

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Ol Mate Buzzer

Date: 12 October 2018  Race: Class 5 (1000m)  Margin: 1.5 lengths  Jockey: Danile Moor

Having been slightly frustrating since arriving in Singapore, it was great to see the KY Young-trained Ol Mate Buzzer settle handy on the rails for jockey Daniel Moor.

When the home bend was reached and the leader rolled off, Moor pounced to charge through teh gap and pull away for an impressive maiden victory in Singapore.

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Ready To Rock

Date: 7 October 2018  Race: G1 Piala Emas Sultan Selangor (2000m) 

Heading into the local Group 1 off the back of three successive victories, the Australian-bred settled back in the field getting a good run on the fence.

When the large field charged into the home straight and faned across the track, Ready To Rock weaved through the field to chase after the leader and snatch victory right on the line.

 

Shanghai Master

Date: 3 October 2018  Race: Kwoon Chung Zhongshan Express Handicap (1200m)  Margin: 0.5 lengths  Jockey: C Y Ho

A private purchase that races in Hong Kong, Shanghai Master settled in fourth, and with a solid tempo up in the lead, the son of More Than Ready was getting cosy run.

When the field charged into the turn, Shangahi Master pulled to the outside and worked the leader down to record victory.

Aramco

Date: 23 September 2018  Race: Flax 2012 Stakes Kranji Stakes (1200m)  Margin:Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: Nor Zyrul

Settled back in the field after a good getaway from the gates, Group 3 winner Aramco had only two behind him turning for home.

In need of a run, he forced his way way, pushing out and chasing down the leaders to get up and take the win in impressive fashion.

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Mach

Date: 23 September 2018  Race: Debt Collector 2016 Stakes Restricted Maiden (1200m)  Margin: 0.5 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Glen Boss

After a narrow debut second, the Steven Burridge-trained Mach jumped to a forward position for jockey Glen Boss at his second local start.

Settled just behind the leading runners, Boss pushed his way wide rounding the bend to search for clear room, fighting all the way down the home straight to take the win.

Dusseldorf

Date: 21 September 2018  Race: Class 4 Non Premier (1200m)  Margin: 0.3 lens  Jockey: Mtthew Kellady

Settling in a mid-field position, the KS Tan-trained son of Canford Cliffs travelled comfortably until he needed to make his run.

When the final bend was reached, Matthew Kellady pulled Dusseldorf out to gain clear running, being one of the widest down the home straight to charge at the leader and steal the win.

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Lim's Revent

Date: 14 September 2018  Race: Class 4 Premier (1400m)  Margin: 2 lengths   Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Troy See

Settling behind the leading duo on the rail getting the run of the race, the Steven Burridge-trained Lim's Revent always looked like he was capbale of taking the win first-up this campaign.

As the field charged into the home bend, jockey Troy See pulled the Australian-bred Lim's Revent off the leaders heels to make his run where he charged to the line, pulling away for a two length victory from fellow PRP private purchase Verizon who found a little trouble in gaining clear running, but looked very strong late.

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