The Singapore Four-Year-Old Challenge is a series of three feature races restricted to four-year-olds, and run over distances starting from 1400m and increasing up to 1800m.
With the discontinuation in 2019 of the middle Leg, the Group 1 Charity Bowl (1600m), previously known as the Patron’s Bowl, the series has undergone a makeover.
The first Leg to kick off the Challenge is the newly-created Group 3 Silver Bowl run over 1400m in early June.
What’s New (Raquel Clark) wins the Group 3 Silver Bowl.
Three weeks later, the Group 2 Stewards’ Cup, which used to be the first Leg over 1400m, has now been moved as the second Leg over 1600m.
What’s New (Ben Thompson) does it again in the Stewards’ Cup.
The grand final is the time-honoured classic, the Group 1 Singapore Derby, which was dropped back for the first time from 2000m to 1800m in 2018. It is held in mid-July.
Sun Marshal (Joseph Azzopardi) fends off the fast-finishing Mr Clint (Bernardo Pinheiro) to take out the
Group 1 Singapore Derby.
Winner : What's New
Winner : Sun Marshal