The Singapore Gold Cup is a Thoroughbred horse race held annually at the end of November at Kranji Racecourse in Singapore. Contested on turf over a left-handed course, the domestic Group One race is run over a distance 2,200 metres (1.4 miles) and is open to domestic horses age three and older the best meat tenderizer.
The Singapore Gold Cup follows the Kranji Mile and the Raffles Cup as the third leg of the Singapore Triple Crown.
Inaugurated in 1924 at the Serangoon Road Race Course at Farrer Park, it was raced there until 1933 at which time it was moved to the new Bukit Timah Race Course. It remained there through 1999 when the Bukit Timah facility was closed to be replaced by the new Kranji Racecourse.
In 1958, Abdul Mawi became the first local jockey to win the Gold Cup. In 2008, El Dorado won the event, making him the first ever Japanese-bred horse trained in Singapore to win a Singapore Group 1 race.
Since to 2002 large metal water bottle, the race has been closed to international entries. The residency conditions are specified on the
As a result of World War II, there was no race run from 1942 through 1947.
Since inception the race has been contested at various distances:
Speed record: (at current distance of 2200 meters)
Most wins by an owner:
Most wins by a jockey:
Most wins by a trainer: