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Singapore Golden Horseshoe Series 2014
Singapore Turf Club

The Singapore Golden Horseshoe Series consists of six races for two-year-olds and is sponsored by Aushorse – the marketing arm of the Australian breeding industry, thoroughbred auctioneers Inglis and Magic Millions and international horse transport company IRT.

The Series normally kicks off in March to culminate with the Group 2 Aushorse Golden Horseshoe (1200m) in May during the Singapore Airlines International Cup week.

Along with excellent prizemoney, a bonus for each race is up for grabs for any two-year-old sired in Australia and sold through one of the two auction houses at a public auction.

If a non-Australian sired or sold horse wins any of the five lead-up races, the respective bonus for that race will then jackpot to the Aushorse Golden Horseshoe. Should a non-Australian sired or sold horse win the Aushorse Golden Horseshoe then the remaining bonus money, taking in any previous bonus prizemoney not having been paid-out, will then be paid to the connections of the Australian sired and sold horse that won the greatest amount of prizemoney during the series. 

Barnato (Vagner Leal) finishes the best to take out the Magic Million Cash Luck Stakes. 

Kiwi Karma (Manoel Nunes) claims the IRT Juvenile Stakes.

Affleck (Danny Beasley) steals the show with a resounding victory in the Inglis Melbourne Stepitup Stakes (1200m).

Kiwi Karma (Manoel Nunes) pulls away to an easy win in the Magic Millions National Yearling Stakes (1200m).

Apprentice jockey Troy See drives Castor home in the Inglis Sydney Better Life Stakes.

Kiwi Karma (Manoel Nunes) claims the Group 2 Aushorse Golden Horseshoe.


Inglis Melbourne Stepitup Stakes
IRT Juvenile Stakes
Inglis Melbourne Stepitup Stakes
Magic Millions National Yearling Stakes
Inglis Sydney Better Life Stakes
Aushorse Golden Horseshoe