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.

Onehundred Percent

Date: 10 December 2017  Race: Werribee, Tobin Brothers Class 1 Handicap (1100m)  Margin: 1/2 length  Jockey: Jake Noonan

Second victory from three starts in Australia by Hinchinbrook gelding Onehundred Percent who was purchased as a yearling before being on-sold as a ready To Run horse.

Showed good fight to take the race impressively and looks ready to step up in class.

Southern Spur

Date: 3 December 2017  Race: Class 4 (1) - 1400m Course D (SC) (Turf Track)  Margin: 0.8 len  Jockey: Noh Senari

Consistent without breaking through in Singapore, the four-year-old gelding jumped well from the gates and charged forward to lead, where he controlled the race throughout.

Skipping clear when heading into the straight, the Saimee Jumaat-trained Southern Spur held off  the late charge of Paparazzi, to give PRP private purchases the race quinella.

Chocante

Date: 19 November 2017  Race: Initiation (4 Year Old and Below) (Weight For Age) 1100m (Polytrack)  Margin: 1.8 lens  Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: Barend Vorster

At his third start in Singapore, the former Australian-raced Chocante delivered the goods with a come from behind victory over1100m on the polytrack.

Ridden by Barend Vorster, the three-year-old charged late around the field to give Shane Baertschiger and owners the Tianzhou Stable an impressive winner.

Paparazzi

Date: 1 October 2017  Race: Top Spin 2008 Stakes Class 4 (1200m) Turf Course  Margin: 1.8 lens  Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: Glen Boss

Having his first start in Singapore after starting his career in Australia, Paparazzi settled towards the back of the field for jockey Glen Boss.

When the final turn was reached and Boss balanced up Paparazzi, he surged with ease to take the race in what was an extremely professional, and impressive race win.

Aramco

Date: 14 September 2017  Race: Open Benchmark 83 - 1400m Course A (LC) (Turf Track)   Margin: half-length  Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: John Powell

After settling back in the field after a good get away from the outside barrier in the 11 horse field, jockey John Powell allowed Magic Albert's five-year-old son Armaco to travelled along comfortably due to the honest tempo set up front.

As the field start to bunch on the turn, Powell urged Armaco along the rail to take the lead and hold off the late challenge of the runner up - recording his fourth win in Singapore from just nine starts.

Marine Treasure

Date: 31 August 2017  Race: B67 Stakes  Margin: 2 lengths  Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: John Powell

Marine Treaure was able to step up in grade on the 25th of August and get the job done again in very impressive fashion. Running a slick 58.3 seconds. This guy showed that he is only improving with time and he has a real liking to the Poly Track. Going forward the horse will continue to step up in grade based on his time we see no reason as to why this horse wont continue on his winning ways.

 

 

Arr Flair

Date: 11 August 2017  Race: Class 5 (1) - 1200m (Polytrack)  Margin: 1.3 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Michael Rodd

Allowed to drift back to fourth last after a good get away, Arr Flair appeared comfortable in the run while the tearaway leader ensured a solid tempo upfront.

Still with many lengths to make up as the field approached the home turn, Rodd pulled the five-year-old out from behind those in front of him to make his run, where the son of Dash For Cash charged to reel in the leader and break his Singapore maiden.

Arr Flair
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Greatballs Of Fire

Date: 31 July 2017  Race: Rising Empire 2012 Stakes Class 5 - 1400m Course C (LC) Turf Track  Margin: 2.3 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Michael Rodd

From barrier 13 of 14, jockey Michael Rodd dragged Greatballs Of Fire back to last along the inside rail. Never panicking at any stage, Rodd allowed his mount to edge forward.

When the home turn was reached and the field fanned, Rodd urged Greatballs Of Fire along the rail until he was behind the leaders, where he pushed his mount to their outside to gain clear running before sprinting away for a promising win.

Marine Treasure

Date: 30 July 2017  Race: Affleck 2014 Stakes Class 4 - 1100m (Polytrack)  Margin: 1/2 length  Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: John Powell

After jumping away from a wide barrier, the son of Manhattan Rain charged around the field to find himself in the leading position. Held together by jockey John Powell, Marine Treasure was doing it comfortably in the lead.

Cornering in front, Powell asked Marine Treasure for an effort and he responded well to hold off all challengers and record his third Singapore victory.

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I Am Kalani

Date: 28 July 2017  Race: Heffernan Lending Solutions Class 1 Handicap (1206m)  Margin: 3/4 length  Jockey: Jeff Penza

Stepping up 200m for her last start win, the I Am Invincible filly flew the barriers from the inside gate before settling in second position on the rail.

When the home turn was reached, jockey Jeff Penza pulled the filly to the outside where she passed the leader with ease before holding off the late charge of Dashing Duncan to record back to back victories.

I Am Kalani

Date: 14 July 2017  Race: Empire Asbestos in Soil 2Yo & 3YO Maiden Handicap (1080m)  Margin: 3.17 lengths  Jockey: Jeff Penza

After finishing third the start prior, I Am Invincible filly I Am Kalani produced an oustanding performance to break her maiden on the Acton track at Canberra, Australia.

From a mid-line barrier the Nick Olive-trained filly settled behind the leaders and rounding the final bend, pulled off their heels to charge to the lead and take the win by over three lengths.

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Onehundred Percent

Date: 10 July 2017  Race: Murphy’s Turf & Landscaping 2YO Handicap (1109m)  Margin: 0.4 length  Jockey: Ryan Maloney

Taking up second position outside the leader at Echuca, the Henry Dwyer-trained Onehundred Perecent took up the challenge to the leader before the home turn.

Pulling away, he maintained his lead before holding off the late charge of the runner up.

Onehundred Percent
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