Queen Elizabeth II Cup 2022
The Queen Elizabeth II (QEII) Cup was inaugurated in 1972 to mark the visit of the Queen Elizabeth II to the Bukit Timah racecourse. The QEII Cup was once the second leg of the Singapore Triple Crown series which culminates with the third and final leg, the Singapore Gold Cup. However, it is now a standalone Group 1 race run over 1,800m and carries a prize purse of $300,000.

 

The Queen Elizabeth II Cup was inaugurated in 1972 to mark the visit of the late Queen Elizabeth II to the Bukit Timah Racecourse. In 2006, she graced the Kranji Racecourse to witness the feature race named after her for the second and last time.

 

Trainer Teh Choon Beng who has eight wins under his belt, holds the record for most number of wins (between 1977 and 1997), while Jockeys Oo Khuang Liang (1985, 1995 and 1999), Saimee Jumaat (2000, 2002 and 2003) and Vlad Duric (2017, 2019 and 2020) have each won the race three times.

 

The Queen Elizabeth II Cup feature race runs over 1,800m on turf and carries a prize purse of $300,000.

 

See you next year!