History: First run in 2000 and became a Group 1 race the following year, now the third leg of the World Series Racing Championship. The inaugural running of the race was won by local trained Ouzo, beating Jim And Tonic by a neck before an estimated live audience of 2 billion viewers worldwide. The race was not run in 2003 due to the SARS outbreak. Winners from England, UAE, Germany, Australia, Japan, South Africa and France have added their names to the honour roll and the race continues to attract interest from around the world.
Track Bias: A generous course with long sweeping turns, hard to lead all the way but tends to favour those runners just behind the lead so starting from an inside gate is an advantage. Those starting from a wide gate may choose to go forward early and this can find them out on fitness in the concluding stages.
Past winners: Grandera (2002), Epalo (2004), Mummify (2005).
Lead Up Form: Cox Plate, Caulfield Cup, Australian Cup, Doncaster Hcp, Dubai World Cup, Hong Kong QEII Cup.
Related Races: Krisflyer International Sprint.
Statistics & Trends: With only a decade’s worth of races to date it’s hard to pinpoint a particular trend to this race, like most genuine WFA events class is an important factor and winners are usually in form coming into the race off a win or placing in their previous event.
Betting on the Singapore International Cup is available from online bookmakers Sportsbet.com.au.
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