|Grade III race|
|Race type||Thoroughbred - Flat racing|
|Distance||1½ miles (12 furlongs)|
|Qualification||Three-year-olds & up|
The Singspiel Stakes is a Canadian Thoroughbred horse race run annually at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto, Ontario. run during the latter part of June on the same card as the Queen's Plate, as of 2008 it carries Grade III status. The race is open to horses aged three and older and is contested over a distance of 1½ miles on turf. It currently offers a purse of $150,000.
Inaugurated in 2005, the race was named for Irish-bred Singspiel, who won the prestigious Canadian International Stakes at Woodbine Racetrack in 1996 and who was a son of the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame filly, Glorious Song.
- 2:27.15 - Jambalaya (2006)
Most wins by a jockey:
- 2 - Jono Jones (2006, 2007)
Winners of the Singspiel Stakes
|2009||Musketier||7||Jono Jones||Roger Attfield||Johanna Louise Glen-Teven||2:27.41|
|2008||Mission Approved||4||Ramon Dominguez||Gary Contessa||William F. Coyro, Jr.||2:30.63|
|2007||Pellegrino||8||Jono Jones||Roger Attfield||Gary A. Tanaka||2:27.79|
|2006||Jambalaya||4||Jono Jones||Catherine Day Phillips||Todd & Catherine D. Phillips||2:27.15|
|2005||Daddy Cool||7||Jim McAleney||Sean Smullen||Stronach Stables||2:27.66|