Feature Races

 

Tunku Gold Cup

Malaysian Group 1 Feature, which is the first leg of the Selangor Turf Club’s Triple Crown Series.

 

Selangor Gold Cup

Triple Crown Series  – Second Leg

The race, which was formerly known as the Yang di-Pertuan Agong Gold Cup made its debut  in 1958 to coincide with the celebration of His Majesty The Yang di-Pertuan Agong’s birthday.  The name of the race was subsequently changed to Selangor Gold Cup in 1996.

 

Piala Emas Sultan Selangor

Triple Crown Series  – Final Leg

The Piala Emas Sultan Selangor race will mark the concluding leg of the Selangor Turf Club Triple Crown Series.  Carrying a prize money of RM1million, the Piala Emas Sultan Selangor will be run over a distance of 2000 metres during the Selangor June race meeting. This classic trophy race, which has been running annually since 1980 has always been held to commemorate the birthday of His Royal Highness the Sultan of Selangor.

 

Selangor Trophy

This race, which was inaugurated in 1975, was first known as the Selangor Stakes before it was renamed to Selangor Trophy in 1983.

 

Kelang Silver Bowl

Initially known as the Kelang Trophy when the race was inaugurated in 1982. The race was renamed to Kelang Silver Bowl in 1983 and is named after Kelang, the Royal town of the state of Selangor.

 

Dato’ Sir Clough Thuraisingham Memorial Trophy

Held in honour of the  first local Chairman of the Club, the late Dato’ Sir Clough Thuraisingham who held the position from 1954 till 1972. The race made its debut in 1992.

 

Kenilworth Cup

This exchange race is part of the twinning agreement established in 1997 between Gold Circle Western Province and Selangor Turf Club.  A reciprocal race called the Selangor Cup is run every year in December at the Kenilworth Racecourse in Cape Town, South Africa.

 

Sports Toto Trophy

The race is sponsored by Sports Toto Malaysia Sdn Bhd, the sole national lotto operator in the country and it was first ran in June 2004.

 

Korea Racing Authority Trophy

This exchange race is part of the twinning agreement established in August 2004 between the Korea Racing Association and the Selangor Turf Club. This race was first staged in 2005.  A reciprocal race called the Selangor Turf Club Silver Plate will be staged at the Seoul Racecourse every year.

 

Shah Alam Trophy

The race is named after the city of Shah Alam, a booming residential and industrial town, that was designated capital city of Selangor after Kuala Lumpur became a Federal Territory in 1975. The race was first run in 1982.

 

Dato’ Lee Kok Chee Memorial Trophy

This trophy race was established in 1993 as a tribute to the late Chairman Dato’ Lee Kok Chee who held the office as Chairman of Selangor Turf Club from 1972 to 1986.

 

Dato’ Ronald Khoo Teng Swee Memorial Trophy

This RM125,000 trophy race was incepted in 1999 in honour of the late Dato’ Ronald Khoo Teng Swee, who was the Chairman from 1987 till 1998.  During his Chairmanship, the late affable Dato’ Ronald Khoo oversaw the historical relocation of the Selangor Turf Club from Jalan Ampang to Sungei Besi.

 

Melbourne Racing Club Stakes

Formerly known as the VATC Caulfield Stakes, this race was established in 1992 following a reciprocal arrangement between the Selangor Turf Club and the Victoria Amateur Turf Club. In 2002, the VATC renamed their Club the Melbourne Racing Club. A reciprocal race called he Selangor Turf Club Handicap is run annually at the Caulfield Racecourse.

 

Wuhan Jockey Club Goodwill Cup

This exchange race is part of the twinning agreement established in 2009 between the Wuhan Jockey Club, China and the Selangor Turf Club. This race was first staged in 2009. A reciprocal race called the Selangor Turf Club Goodwill Cup will be staged at the Wuhan Jockey Club every year. 

 

Macau Jockey Club Goodwill Cup

This exchange race is part of the twinning agreement established in 2007 between the Macau Jockey Club and the Selangor Turf Club. This race was first staged in 2008. A reciprocal race called the Selangor Turf Club Goodwill Cup will be staged at the Macau Jockey Club every year. 

 

 


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