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David Kok took his first steps in horse racing at his home town of Ipoh in 1993 when he was only 20, starting off as a syce with ex-trainer Boyle Chua. He then relocated to Singapore in 1996, spending two years with trainer Mick Kent before moving to Charles Leck’s yard in 1998. Following a short industrial attachment in Brisbane, Australia with various trainers, the Singapore permanent resident returned to Leck and became his stable supervisor in 2000. As Kok gained more experience, he soon earned his ‘B’ licence in 2005 before he finally got the nod for an ‘A’ licence in 2009. Though Kok does not saddle many runners in feature races, he was able to land his first Group success in the Group 1 Panasonic Kranji Mile in 2013 with CASH LUCK, who added a second silverware to his trophy cabinet with the Group 3 JBBA Moonbeam Vase the next year. But the well-named WELL DONE topped that three years later when he gave Kok two successive Group 1 wins in the Patron's Bowl, followed by the biggest of them all, the Emirates Singapore Derby.
New Year Cup 2018
Emirates Singapore Derby 2016
Patron's Bowl 2016
JBBA Moobnbeam Vase 2014
Panasonic Kranji Mile 2013

Stable Block 106B
Singapore Racecourse
1 Turf Club Avenue
Singapore 738078
Tel:                (65) 6892 7117        

Nationality Singaporean Born In Year 1973
Current Year Statistic Statistics from 01/01/2016 - 20/11/2019
Wins 9 Wins 65
Wins % 5.06% Wins % 6.66%

Horses Trained