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Kranji Mile

Group 1 race
Kranji Mile
Location Kranji Racecourse
Singapore Template:Country data Singapore
Inaugurated 2000
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website Singapore Turf Club
Race information
Distance 1600 meters (8 furlongs)
Track Grass, left-handed
Qualification Three-years-old & up
Weight Weight-for-age
Fillies & Mares: 1.5 kg allowance
Purse S$500,000

The Kranji Mile is a Thoroughbred horse race held annually in the third week of October at Kranji Racecourse in Singapore. Contested on turf over a left-handed course, the domestic Group One race is run over a distance 1600 meters (8 furlongs) and is open to horse age three and older.

The Kranji Mile was created by the Singapore Turf Club in the inaugural season of the Kranji Racecourse. Is the first leg of the Singapore Triple Crown and is followed by the Raffles Cup and the Singapore Gold Cup.


Speed record:

  • 1:33.8 - Waikato (2009)

Most wins:

  • 2 - Pacific Prince (2000, 2002)

Most wins by an owner:

  • 2 - Prince Stable (2000, 2002)
  • 2 - Kings Stable (2004, 2006)

Most wins by a jockey:

  • 2 - John Powell (2005, 2009)

Most wins by a trainer:

  • 2 - Charles Leck (2001, 2002)
  • 2 - Patrick Shaw (2003, 2007)







2009 Waikato John Powell Laurie Laxon Silver Fern Racing Stable 1:33.8
2008 Top Spin Noel Callow Laurie Laxon Lim's Stable 1:35.7
2007 Setembro Chove Robbie Fradd Patrick Shaw Jose L. Glaser 1:35.5
2006 Recast Oscar Chavez John Meagher Kings Stable 1:37.5
2005 Really Good John Powell Don Baertschiger Good Stable 1:37.7
2004 Mayo's Music Jason Patton John Meagher Kings Stable 1:42.8
2003 Blizz Bless Johnny Geroudis Patrick Shaw ALA Crabbia 1:36.4
2002 Pacific Prince W. H. Lao Charles Leck Prince Stable 1:35.4
2001 Smart Bet Grant Cooksley Mohd Yusof Smart Bet Stable 1:37.8
2000 Pacific Prince Darryll Holland Charles Leck Prince Stable 1:36.0



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