- The number of TOAST members now stands at 72.
• 26 Nov 2005 - TOAST would
like to express their regret to 9 members on the demise of their
horse, Mr Strategiser. Mr Strategiser was put down on
humanitarian ground after rupturing his tendon and ligament
during his morning workout.
• 25 Oct 2005 - 31 members and friends of the Bukit Timah Saddle Club
were invited by TOAST to a night of thrill
and excitement at the Singapore Kranji races. The
aim was to introduce them to horse racing apart from their horse
dressage and jumping activities. Hopefully, it will also attract
their interest in having a share in owning a racehorse.
BTSC members &
friends at the Kranji races
| (L to R)
Jeanette, Mrs Mel Burr, Mr & Mrs Swindon and Angela
||(L to R) You Na,
Angie, Franz, Wai Mun, Kevin and Japanese friend Joddy
| Anne (R) with
||(L to R) Nancy
| (L to R) Philippe, Millie and Mathias
||(L to R) Liz,
Suchi and Michiel
• 30 Oct 2005 - TOAST has
received feedback that some members cannot open the pdf files
posted on the TOAST website. This may be because the software
"Adobe Acrobat Reader" is not installed on their PC. For
information on downloading and installing of the free copy of
the "Adobe Acrobat
Reader", please visit the Adobe website at www.adobe.com/acrobat.
• 4 Oct 2005
- TOAST President, Constance Cheng and three TOAST members
attended the Magic Millions sale at the Gold Coast on 4-5 Oct.
At the sale, Constance and one of the TOAST
members purchased a horse each. While in Queensland, TOAST member Cameron
McPhie was very kind to bring them to tour Craiglea Stud, the
birthplace of Falvelon (a dual Group 1 winner) and Calaway Gal
(2002 Golden Slipper winner).
Stud, birthplace of Falvelon and Calaway Gal
to R: Steven, Constance, Stan Johnston (Owner of Craiglea Stud
and Committee Member of Thoroughbred Marketing Queensland) & Cameron
• 5 Sep 2005
- TOAST has communicated to SNTC with comments and
feedback on horse ownership in Singapore on 15 Aug 2005. SNTC has
replied and "assured that the Club would take our feedback
and suggestions into consideration (where possible and
practical) when planning for the betterment of horse racing in
Singapore". These communications are
available to TOAST members only on the "Dialogue with SNTC"
section of this website.
TOAST has received feedback from members who expressed dissatisfaction on the
track condition, handicapping
system, balloting out of their horses and the cancellation of
the races. TOAST has reviewed their comments (3 of the points
already highlighted to SNTC in TOAST's feedback) and will follow up
on the matter with SNTC in due course.
• 3 Sep 2005
- Hello And Goodbye, who gave TOAST members Mr. & Mrs.
Lui Yong Hock
their biggest success in the S$800,000 Group 1
Emirates Singapore Derby race on 17 Jul 2005 had been put
down on humanitarian ground when he fractured his near fore. However, we are glad to note that
Mr and Mrs Lui are able to
get through the ordeal of losing a good horse and continue to
own and race horses.
• 1 Sep 2005
- TOAST announced the formation of TOAST Trust No. 4 and
5 with the lease of two Senor Pete horses. More information can
be found on the "TOAST Racing Trust" section of this
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