‘Tappy’ chats with Steven Burridge

We are a thoroughbred racehorse training stable in Singapore

Horse racing is fun, exciting and easy. Experience it for yourself.

How can I spend my weekend in Singapore? Come to the Kranji racecourse!

Being part of an exclusive racehorse partnership is a ‘one of a kind’ experience and it evokes passion within. Get yourself introduced to international jockeys and know their work better. Horse owners can sign-in guests (18 and above, limited number) even though they have not owned a horse.

The best natural sound to hear is right here.

Steven Burridge Racing Stables invites you to cheer your horse together. Come to the stables in the morning and you’ll catch all the nature sound of galloping horses thundering down the track, swimming, horseshoes clinking, snorting. Happiest equines love to snort!

  • Dazzle Gold crosses the winning post


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Thinking about how much does it cost to buy a racehorse?

A partnership is a great way to learn about the ins and outs of racehorse ownership with only a fraction of the investment. Discuss with your partners about sharing the training costs through horse racing partnership.  

For a racehorse whom has not won any race before, he joins a maiden race and with the right conditions, the prize money collect can be as high as $75,000 Singapore Dollars, distributing among top 6 owners, top 4 trainers and top 4 jockeys. 

Available horse shares

Split Second (available) – A three-year-old gelding by Bullet Train out of the dam, Stellas Delight. Three quarter brother to FRANKEL

View Split Second Brochure

Agente Fiscale

Agente Fiscale (SOLD) – A four-year-old gelding by Dreamscape out of the dam, Codice Fiscale.

Steven Burridge’s Career

Steven Burridge has won over 755 winners in Singapore.

First RunnerFirst WinFirst Grp Win
Trigger ExpressTrigger ExpressTaurus

Track Records

1100mAutumn Assault1:03.972019
1800mBlack Swan1:51:072017

Class Records

1400m (Long Course)Lim’s Rally1:21.432015

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