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Kranji Racecourse

Singapore Racecourse
Official website
Location Kranji District, Singapore
Owned by Singapore Turf Club
Date opened March 4, 2000
Race type Thoroughbred, Flat racing
Notable Races Singapore Airlines International Cup
KrisFlyer International Sprint
Singapore Derby
Kranji Mile
Raffles Cup
Singapore Gold Cup
Lion City Cup
Patrons' Bowl

The Singapore Racecourse is a venue for Thoroughbred horse racing in the Kranji area of Singapore. Built and operated by the Singapore Turf Club, it opened in 2000 as a modern replacement for the Bukit Timah Race Course.

The Singapore Racecourse hosts a number of important domestic races as well as two major international events, the Singapore Airlines International Cup and the KrisFlyer International Sprint.

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