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Olympian Stable stalwart Poseidon made it back to back victories with a sparkling win in the OB 97 over 1400m on Sunday 16th. Jockey Vlad Duric retained the mount after his excellent victory at his previous start. Poseidon made a mocjery of the step up in class to win by 2 and 3/4 lengths. With […]

Famous colours for first ride.

Stable Apprentice Muhammad Nuh bin Mohamed Komari, or Roy as he is better known, had his first race ride aboard Golden Mile in Race 10 on Sunday. Roy who has been with Cliff’s stable for more than a year, had been racking up the trial rides over the past 4 months and was granted his […]

Jenny eventually got her Pearls

As is often the case in the Barree Stable Whittenbury household, a discussion took place one evening as to what Glenn and Jenny had got up to during the day. Jenny’s response was that she had gone shopping and did like an orange shirt but it was too expensive. “And what did you do today […]


Bonnie little I Am Invincible mare Divided House, left the stable this morning to enter Pre-Export Quarantine for her trip back to Australia. In March she added her 5th Victory, and took her earnings past $314,000 when she scored first up after a 131 day break in the Open Benchmark 74 over 1200m. Purchased by […]


The Dubai World Cup meeting held in March every year is an invitation only meeting with horses selected from all around the world to compete. Not only are the majority of horses Group 1 or Group winners, but the incredible  International fields assembled feature the worlds most powerful owners and trainers. Owners such as Sheik […]

EVERGREEN SPLICE-The Perfect Advertisement

One of the stable favorites, 7 year old Splice produced another excellent performance to win his 7th race in Singapore and take his career earnings to a tick over $320,000 when saluting in the Class 4 over 1400m on Friday evening. Whilst no super star, Splice’s consistency is remarkable for a 7 year old, with […]


Promising 4 year old Magstock franked some excellent form to win with a last to first burst in the Kranji Stakes C over 1600m on Sunday. Magstock has always been held high regard by he stable, and his owners have been very patient allowing Cliff to take his time and not over tax him early […]

Barry by a nose!

When part owner Scott Bryce nicknamed Copacabana “Barry” after entertainer Barry Manilow, i’m not sure he could of predicted how prophetic the nickname would be. Not only famous for his music, Barry Manilow also gained world wide notoriety for the size of his nose. Scoring a gutsy win in the Restricted Maiden over 1200m on […]


Graham Mackie owned Gilt Complex continued his rise in Singapore’s staying ranks with his 3rd win in a row, taking out the Kranji C Stakes over 1700m on Sunday the 5th. Partnered by Michael Rodd, Gilt Complex had to carry 59.5kg and was having only his second start on the poly track. Allowed to settle […]

400 SINGAPORE WINNERS-Quite a Journey

Cliff trained his 400th winner in Singapore, when Guilt Complex took out the Class 3 1400m on Sunday 13th of February. Whilst the stable has been full, and enjoying an excellent last couple of season’s, this certainly wasn’t the case when Cliff, his young family and staff arrived in Singapore in November 2007. Accompanying Cliff […]