Premier winners

Winners this season15
Second Placings11
Third Placings10
Group and Listed0
Stake Money* $6,500,000

*Total prize money won, since December 2011, 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.

Lumniff Lad

Date: 24 July 2016  Race: Race 6: Open Benchmark 67 (1) - 1100m (Polytrack)  Margin: 1/3 length  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Danny "Pin Point" Beasley

Reunited with jockey Danny Beasley, 'The Lad' was super in yesterday's race 6 at Kranji over 1000m on the polytrack winning by a neck from Anonymous with Northern Boss further back in third.

This takes the gelding to four wins from his last nine starts.

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Sand Bank

Date: 1 July 2016  Race: Race 6: Kranji Stakes D (2) (Set weights) - 1400m Course D (LC) (Turf track)   Margin: 2 1/3 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Michael Rodd

Sand Bank showed his winning form beating Paltrow by 2 1/3 lengths with Hot Gold in third place another 1 ½ lengths back. Michael Rodd rode a masterful race leading from the start and never relinquished the position. 

Was a great victory for Sand Bank who had scored a second and a third in his previous three starts.

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Conilad

Date: 19 June 2016  Race: Race 5: Speed Baby 2011 Stakes Novice (Set weights) - 1200m Course A (LC) (Turf track)   Margin: 2 1/3 lengths  Trainer: David Kok  Jockey: Glen Boss

Leading from start to finish, Glen Boss coaxed Conilad to a superb race win over Lim's Cruiser and Waipakihi back in third.

This confident win for the gelding follows three third placings from his last three starts.

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Meaisin

Date: 10 June 2016  Race: Race 1: Class 5 - 1200 (Polytrack)  Margin: 1/3 lengths  Trainer: David Kok  Jockey: Glen Boss

Meisin coped a bump out of the gates but recovered quickly to sit behind So Perfect who had the rail for the first 600m.

Steered by Boss, Meisin then took the lead around the 630m mark and never let up beating favourite Happy Saga by a third of a length.

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Lika Tiger

Date: 10 June 2016  Race: Race 5: Class 4(2) - 1400 course D (Turf track)   Margin: 2 lengths  Trainer: Hideyuki Takaoka  Jockey: Glen Boss

Big Man and Lika Tiger jumped well and lead the pack until the last 200m when Boss put the pressure on Big Man and edged out in front. Lika Tiger strode out and took the win by 2 lengths to Magnetise with Storm Trooper in third place.

Great result for Lika Tiger following his two seconds and a third from his previous three starts.

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Ausone

Date: 27 May 2016  Race: Race 1: Maiden - 1600m (Polytrack)  Margin: 3.3 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Glen Boss

Rising Star, jumped well and set the pace ahead of Ausone. Trainer Steven Burridge opted for blinkers on Ausone who took the lead with 300m to go considered a smart ride by jockey Glen Boss. Silver Tycoon took second with Rising Star dropping back to take third.

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Jay Eff Express

Date: 8 May 2016  Race: Race 3: Open Benchmark 97 - 1400m Course D (SC) (Turf Track)  Margin: 0.8 x 2.0 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Danny Beasley

Away swiftly from the inside gate for Australian jockey Michael Rodd, Jay Eff Express settled in third position on the rail, getting the run of the race behind leader Flak Jacket who went forward to take up the running.

Rounding the final bend, Beasley asked Jay Eff Express for an effort and the son of Murtajill began to struggle to find a gap. Once clear, Jay Eff Express came to the outside of the leader where he charged past to record an authoritative victory, his fifth in ten starts in Singapore. 

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Conilad

Date: 22 April 2016  Race: Race 2: Initation (4 Year Old and Below) (Weight For Age) (Polytrack)  Margin: 1.8 x 3.8 lengths  Trainer: David Kok  Jockey: Danny Beasley

Having his first start in Singapore, 4yo Nicconi gelding Conilad could not have been more impressive, powering away to salute by a length and three quarters to give David Kok his first winner as a standalone trainer.

Jockey Danny Beasley jumped Conilad swiftly from an outside barrier and took him forward where he was able settle on the outside of the leader, and upon rounding the home bend with enough petrol in the tank, Conilad surged to the line for what looks to be the start of an exciting future in Singapore.

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Luminiff Lad

Date: 6 March 2016  Race: Race 7: Why Be 2006, 2007, 2008 Stakes Progress (Set Weights) - 1200m (Turf Track)  Margin: 1.5 x 0.5 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Danny Beasley

A winner a few weeks back over 1000m, four-year-old Iffraaj gelding Luminiff Lad stepped up to 1200m for only the second time in Singapore and proved too classy for his opposition.

Jockey Danny Beasley took him straight to the lead and the rest of the field, including the hot favourite Lim's Knight, were unable to make an impressive as Luminiff Lad coasted to the line to record an impressive length and a half victory, his third from five starts in Singapore.

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Marine Treasure

Date: 4 March 2016  Race: Race 6: Kranji Stakes D 2 (Set Weights) - 1000m (Polytrack)  Margin: 0.1 x 2.0 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Danny Beasley

Racing first-up after not having raced since September 2015 when finishing his campaign off as a winner, the Australian-bred son on Manhattan Rain has been given plenty of time to strengthen and mature, and the signs are great that he really appreciated the break.

From barrier 10 of 11, jockey Danny Beasley was forced to sit wide throughout the race but the 3yo appeared to be comfortable. When the field headed for home, Marine Treasure was still about four horses off the rail, but set out after the leader Super Joy, and while it may have taken the whole straight to pass him, the positive thing was that at no stage did Marine Treasure 'put up the white flag', he kept fighting all the way, recording an impressive win after a long break.

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Luminiff Lad

Date: 12 February 2016  Race: Race 3: Novice (Set Weights) - 1000m (Polytrack)  Margin: 0.5 x 2.3 lengths  Jockey: Danny Beasley

Settling in third on the rail after a good getaway from the gates, jockey Danny Beasley had the son of Iffraaj traveling behind the leader and ready to pounce.

Mid-way down the home straight when the leader tired and Be Bold took over, Luminiff Lad charged along the rail to get up and record an impressive victory for the PRP team, his second win from four starts in Singapore.

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Zenzero

Date: 5 February 2016  Race: Race 1: Class 5 - 1400m Course A (SC) (Turf track)  Margin: 2.8 x 0.3 lengths  Jockey: Mohd Zaki

Having taken a quite a few runs to break his maiden in Singapore, it was great to see Zenzero step up to the plate once again and record back to back victories.

Settling a few lengths from the leaders on the rail, Zenzero appeared to be struggling a long way from home, but as soon as he was urged to the outside of the field by his jockey into clear running, he was a different horse, as he charged past the leaders and raced away for a dominant victory.

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