Premier winners

Winners this season13
Second Placings7
Third Placings4
Group and Listed
Stake Money* $442,161

*Total prize money won in 2019, 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.

Glasgow

Date: 1 March 2019  Race: Kranji Stakes C (1600m)  Margin: 1.8 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Senari Noh

Settling towards the tail of the field over the 1600m, the Steven Burridge-trained Glasgow bidded his time until the home turn.

Still last as the field headed for home, Senari Noh allowed the son of Not A Single Doubt find his feet before he surged down the outside of the field to take the win, highlighting himself as a possible Derby contender.

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Courage Within

Date: 23 February 2019  Race: Jewel Lawn Party On Sale Class 1 Handicap (1300m)  Margin: 3.5 lengths  Jockey: Daniel Giffin

Jumping straight to the lead, four-year-old Foxwedge gelding Courage Within maintain his lead throughout for jockey Daniel Griffin.

Rounding the turn, it was evident that the Melissa Leitch-trained gelding was going too good for his rivals, pulling away for an impressive three and a half length victory as the race favourite.

Hibiscus Lady

Date: 23 February 2019  Race: Fortunity 3YO Maiden Plate (1000m)  Margin: 1.2 lengths  Jockey: Brandon Griffiths

Bred by Premier Racing Partnerships and sold as a yearling, the Ron Quinton-trained Hibiscus Lady jumped away well from the inside at her second start before going forward.

Travelling well on the track affected track, the daughter of Foxwedge continued to run along and pull away for a length plus victory.

Autumn Rush

Date: 8 February 2019  Race: Kranji Stakes B (1200m)  Margin: 1 length  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Krisna Thangamani

Hustled forward after a mid-field get away, the Steven Burridge-trained Autumn Rush took up a handy position on the rail in fourth position, right behing the leader.

As the field headed for home and unfortunately the second horse was pulled up, Autumn Rush was presented with clear passage and with urgings from the jockey, he charged to the lead to win comfortably - his sixth Singapore win from 26 starts.

Happy Saga

Date: 3 February 2019  Race: Kranji Stakes D (1600m)  Margin: 1.5 lengths  Jockey: Marc Lerner

Jumping from one of the widest barriers over the 1600m, Happy Saga settled in second last position after a good getaway from the barriers.

With the leaders slowing the tempo mid-race it looked as if it would be very difficult to make ground, but jockey Marc Lerner urged Happy Saga along and the gelding started to make ground in the straight, hitting top gear late and pulling away for an impressive win.

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Honour'N'Strength

Date: 2 February 2019  Race: Geoff Taylor Memorial (1400m)  Margin: 1 length  Jockey: Les Tilley

After third the last time out over 1200m, the Melissa Leitch-trained Honour'N'Strength stepped upto the 1400m at the Gold Coast, a track where he has won at the distance before.

Charging to the line, the five-year-old son of Foxwedge recorded his sixth career victory from 20 starts.

Racing Talent

Date: 1 February 2019  Race: Class 5 (1200m)  Margin: 0.5 lengths  Jockey: TH Koh

Jumping straight to the lead, Racing Talent continued to maintain a solid tempo in the lead before kicking strongly when the field headed into the home turn.

The son of Fastnet Rock maintained his lead, charging to the line to record his fifth career win in Singapore, scoring by a half length margin.

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Lim's Pride

Date: 25 January 2019  Race: Kranji Stakes D (1400m)  Margin: 0.1 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Troy See

Away well from the gates before settling a few lengths from the leaders, the Steven Burridge-trained Lim's Pride bided his time before coming out wide on the turn.

Jockey Troy See urged the son of Casino Prince along and he responded well to chase down the leaders only to have the runner up get his head infront, before Lim's Pride once again fought back to take the win.

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Baffert

Date: 13 January 2019  Race: Kranji Stakes C (1200m) (Turf Track)  Margin: 2 lengths  Jockey: Michael Rodd

Fresh from a recent barrier trial victory, the Cliff Brown-trained, Michael Rodd-ridden Baffert jumped into a great position to sit behind the leading trio.

As the leaders started to put up the white flag, Rodd asked for an effort as Baffert came to the outside and exploded to the line, with PRP's other runner in the race Paparazzi finally getting some clear running late, charging home to finish in second.

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Glasgow

Date: 11 January 2019  Race: Class 4 (1) 1400m (Turf Track)  Margin: 1 length  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: S Noh

Jumping away well from an inside barrier before being pulled back to settle off the pace in a mid-field position, which was a winning move for the Steven Buridge trained Glasgow.

Reaching the home corner, Noh was neededing a gap as PRP's other runner in the race I'm Incredible started to make his run. Glasgow found top gear about 200m from home, powering over the top of I'm Incredibnle to give PRP a one-two finish.

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Absolvido

Date: 1 January 2019  Race: Lucky Stable Stakes Class 4 (2) (1200m)   Margin: 1 length  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Senari Noh

Fresh from winning in November, the Steven Burridge-trained 5yo gelding Absolvido appeared to lose all chance at the start when drifiting back to second last over the 1200m. Not appearing comfortable as the field rounded for home, jockey Senari Noh looked to be working hard on the son of Rip Van Winkle.

Seemingly out of nowhere, Absolvido picked up the bit and charged down the outside of the field at a rate of knots to reel in the leaders and kick off 2019 in winning style.

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Sierra Conqueror

Date: 7 December 2018  Race: Class 3 (2) (1000m) Polytrack  Margin: 0.5 lengths  Jockey: CS Shin

Making his Singapore debut, 4yo Nicconi gelding Sierra Conqueror continued on with his strong Australian form which had resulted in two wins and a placed performance from three starts, to win on Friday night.

The Ky Young-trained runner jumped with gusto for apprentice CS Shin, going forward from an outside gate to take up the running, leading all the way to highlight that he is one to watch for the future.

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