Press Release

Samiah Hassan




22 June 2020




With Singapore moving into Phase Two of the post-circuit breaker period on 19 June 2020, the Club has received approval from the Government to resume racing behind closed doors on 11 July 2020, with strict health and Safe Management Measures in place. 


Due to the current situation, the Club will announce racing fixtures for July to September 2020 on its racingportal.  


The welfare and health of everyone involved with racing at the Singapore Racecourse remains a top priority for the Club. The Club will put in place strict protocols and Safe Management Measures to ensure the conduct of race meetings held behind closed doors resumes safely and efficiently, when race operations restart. 


To minimise the risks of COVID-19 transmission, the Singapore Racecourse will not re-open to the public for the time being.We thank our customers fortheir continued support and seek their understanding that these arrangements are necessary to ensure their safety and well-being, in alignment with the Government’s regulations and guidelines.



Issued by the Corporate Communications Department

Singapore Turf Club


For enquiries, please contact:

Ms Eunice Choy

Manager (Corporate Communications)

Mr Josca Seow

Assistant Manager (Corporate Communications)

About the Singapore Turf Club


Founded in 1842, Singapore Turf Club (STC) is the oldest existing and only horse racing club in Singapore with world-class horse racing sports facilities. It is a proprietary club of the Singapore Totalisator Board, to manage and operate horse racing at the Singapore Racecourse at Kranji.


With 178 years of history, STC provides the public with quality horse racing as sports entertainment at the Singapore Racecourse on most Friday evenings and Sunday afternoons throughout the year. STC regularly opens its premises and hosts a wide range of community, lifestyle, and recreational activities for members of the pubic to enjoy as part of its contributions to the community. In addition, surplus from its operations are channeled to the Singapore Totalisator Board to fund causes in the following sectors, social service, community development, sports, the arts, education, and health.


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