Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Singapore and the resulting restrictions imposed by the government, Singapore Turf Club has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
The Singapore Turf Club (STC) will soon mark its second century as a premier sporting and entertainment destination.
Established in 1842, the Singapore Sporting Club was just a pioneer racecourse that spouted up in the Farrer Park along Serangoon Road. That startup however, would soon take shape under the mantel of the Malayan Racing Association.
Singapore Turf Club – Horse Racing Dates & Dress Code, Farrer Park
What STC represents however, is much more than its location. It embraces a national pride and one that has taken over 175 years to build. Standing as the only authorised horse racing operator today, the club has witnessed many generations of citizens and visitors experience the excitement, thrill, and passion of first-class sports entertainment. Every year, STC welcomes the finest of horses from the UK, France, Australia, Macau, Hong Kong, South Korea, and South Africa to its track.
Some of the biggest events held at STC during the year include the Queen Elizabeth II Cup in June, the Singapore Derby in July each year, as well as the Singapore Gold Cup in November.
The dress code at the Singapore Turf Club is casual in the public stands, however jogging shorts and singlets are not permitted. For those entering the Gold Card Room, the dress code is smart casual Gold Card Room. For men and ladies: Skorts, tattered jeans, shorts, bermudas, t-shirts (without collars and/or sleeves), slippers and sandals are not permitted.