The Singapore Turf Club was established in 1842 and famous as its horse racing. It is today the main horse racing club in Singapore and is a piece of the Malayan Racing Association MRA, which likewise directs the three Turf Clubs in Malaysia Penang Turf Club Perak Turf Club, and the Selangor Turf Club.
The Singapore Turf Club is the most oldest existing club in Singapore and the main approved administrator of horse hustling, and horse wagering administrations in Singapore. It is the operator and restrictive club of the Tote Board, Singapore, who oversees and coordinates its gift of surplus assets for magnanimous purposes.
On 23 February 1843 the main race was held and the prize cash on offer was just $150. In 1924, the Club changed its name to the Singapore Turf Club. This was done to mirror its part as a steed hustling club all the more precisely. The Club moved to Bukit Timah in 1933 preceding migrating to its present area at the Singapore Racecourse at Kranji in 1999. The racecourse is adjoining Kranji MRT Station.