Premier winners

Winners this season15
Second Placings6
Third Placings3
Group and Listed1
Stake Money* $989,812

*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.

Elite Excalibur

Date: 18 March 2018  Race: Group 3 Committee's Prize (1600m)  Margin: 0.3 lens  Jockey: Michael Rodd

Racing first-up after ending his last campaign with a handful of placed efforts at Group 1 level, the Fastnet Rock gelding Elite Excalibur showed he's in for an exciting campaign, when Michael Rodd rode the 5-year-old to another impressive victory, capturing his first black type win.

Coming from back in the field, the Cliff Brown-trained runner has really thrived in Singapore with three wins and a further six top four efforts from 14 starts and epitomises the quality runners that PRP have sourced as tried bloodstock.

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Date: 18 February 2018  Race: Class 3 (2000m)  Margin: 0.1 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Glen Boss

Stepping up to the 2000m for the first time, and having just his third start at the Singapore Turf Club off the back of a last start win over 1600m, jockey Glen Boss rode a great race on the Steven Burridge-trained Dalgety.

Working home well, Dalgety got there right on the line to defeat Chocolats narrowly, giving Premier Racing Partnerships prviate purchases the one-two finish.

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Country Warrior

Date: 17 February 2018  Race: Abundance Stakes Class 4 Premier (1200m)  Margin: 1.8 lengths  Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: John Powell

Having his first start in the PRP silks after being purchased during the week, Country Warrior gave his new owners a great thrill as the 6-year-old settled back in the field for jockey John Powell before unleasing a solid burst of speed to come through the pack to take the victory in what was a very good performance.

Appears plenty more to come from the Shane baertschiger-trained gelding.

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Date: 4 February 2018  Race: Novice (Set Weights) (1400m)  Margin: 0.5 len  Jockey: Simon Noh

Jumping swiftly from the gates, Noh took Ohyioh forward where he took up a rails position and eventually settled behind Born To Be King who had the lead, although under sufferance as jockey Glen Boss had lost his irons.

Rounding the home turn into the straight, Ohyioh took the lead at the 300m and kicked for Noh to record back to back victories and highlight himself as a contender for the Singapore 4-year-old Series.

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Date: 23 January 2018  Race: Class 4 Non Premier (1600m)  Margin: 4.5 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Glen Boss

From the inside barrier, Dalgety was slow away from the gates, settling with only a pair of runners behind him. As the race continued, jockey Glen Boss allowed Dalgety to follow the rail, and within a matter of strides he found himself in fifth position, not too far from the leaders.

Into the home straight it looked as if Boss was going to find himself in trouble, but a gap appeared and he strode through it with ease before powering away for an emphatic victory.


Date: 21 January 2018  Race: Novice (Set Weights) - 1200m  Margin: 5 lengths  Trainer: Shane Baertschiger  Jockey: John Powell

Jumping away well, Paparazzi hung out slightly and as a result a horse clipped heels and fell, leaving Paparazzi in a forward position which saw the 4-year-old overrace slightly.

In a very different position to his previous come from behind win, the Shane Baertshiger-trained Paparazzi showed versatility to keep the lead and rounding the turn sprint many lengths clear to win by five lengths.

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Great Seven

Date: 21 January 2018  Race: Class 4 Premier (1100m) (Polytrack)  Margin: 1.3 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: CC Wong

Having his first start of 2018 having won his most recent start in December, the five-year-old son of Nicconi was away well from the gates where he sat behind the leader on the rail.

Coming into the home straight, the Steven Burridge-trained gelding needed to find, and when the leader rolled back towards the inside rail, he came off his heels to sprint past and record a solid victory, going back to back.

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Autumn Rush

Date: 21 January 2018  Race: Class 3 (2) (1100m (Polytrack)  Margin: 5.3 lengths  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Simon Kok

Having his third run of 2018, Autumn Rush recorded his third win from just nine starts, giving apprentice Simon Kok his first winner.

From the inside gate Autumn Rush followed the rails and headed straight to the lead. With the whole chasing as they entered the final bed, Kok kept Autumn Rush going, and although drifting towards the middle of the track, the gelding took the win and gave PRP its eighth winner of 2018.


Date: 13 January 2018  Race: Class 4 Premier (1100m) (Polytrack)  Margin: 2.3 lengths  Jockey: Michael Rodd

Having his third Singapore start, the Cliff Brown-trained 4-year-old son of Exceed And Excel was readied for his race with a good barrier trial, and on race night he was ready.

Settling just off the pace, racing comfortably on the rail, jockey Michael Rodd eased the gelding off the rails to make his run before the home turn where he then charged through a gap to score an impressive victory.

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Date: 13 January 2018  Race: Warrawong Maiden Handicap (1300m)  Margin: 0.8 lengths  Jockey: Rory Hutchings

Bred by Premier Racing Partnerships' Wade Burridge, four-year-old Love Conquers All gelding Emoclew broke his maiden at Kembla Grange in Australia for Snowden Racing and Triple Corwn Syndications.

Settling just off the leaders in the run, jockey Rory Hutchings produced the gelding at just the right time to pounce on the leaders and hold off the late run of the runenr up to break his maiden.


Date: 7 January 2018  Race: Novice (Set Weights) - 1200m (Polytrack)  Margin: 1.3 lengths  Jockey: Senari Noh

Having just his second start in Singapore after an encouraging debut, four-year-old Ohyioh proved that a gelding operation had turned him into a racehorse and that he now looks like he can go forward in leaps and bounds.

Settling in third position on the fence, he was pulled off the back of the leader entering the home straight and charged past Key Express to pull away for an impressive win.


Date: 1 January 2018  Race: Class 3 (2) Prosperity 2018 Stakes 1200m Course D (LC) (Turf Track)  Margin: 0.2 lens  Trainer: Steven Burridge  Jockey: Michael Rodd

Great way to kick off 2018 with a victory for the Premier Racing Partnership purchased Conilad, a son of Widden Stud's Nicconi who settle back in the field before working home late to score victory, his third from 12 Singapore starts.