Jockey Jackson Low once again displayed his uncanny skills when he rode three winners from the card of 11 races. The soft spoken Low managed to steer Beijing Star to win in Race 2, his second winner was on board Fighting Warrior in Race 9 and sealed off a day with his third winner in Race 10 with Super Hard.
Jockey Jai Shankar has been very consistent after making a comeback with a double. He rode Shoqeet to win in Race 6 and greeted the judges on board The Crown Jewel in the following event.

Riders with a single winner were, Apprentice A Zaimuddin (Elite Rocket, Race 1), H S Gill (Time To Harvest, Race 3), K C Wong (Keng Mak Mak, Race 4), Y Aify (Aidehour, Race 5), Jose De Souza (Shanghai Nights, Race 8) and Z Zuriman (D’Great Success, Race 11).

First season trainer, HY Cheng, continued hogging the limelight when he saddled three winners from the card of 11 races at the one day race meeting last Sunday.
Beijing Star in Race 2 gave Cheng his first winner followed by Shanghai Nights in Race 8 and then capped a fine day in Race 10 with Super Hard.
Trainers AB Abdullah, Simon Dunderdale and Johnny Lim manage to saddle two winners respectively.
Abdullah’s winners were in Race 6 with Shoqeet and in the following event with The Crown Jewel.
Dundedale’s doubles were in Race 9 with Fighting Warrior and in the last event with D’Great Strike.
Johnny Lim took the opening event with Elite Rocket and in Race 3 with Time To Harvest.
Trainers with a single winner were KP Hoy won in Race 4 with Keng Mak Mak and Mohd Sukri saddled Aidehour to win in Race 5.