The Longines Singapore Gold Cup 2014, held last November at the Singapore Turf Club, was high on glamour on and off the tracks. The race—one of the most prestigious in the region—saw some of the best thoroughbreds contesting for the $1.35m prize purse, which was claimed by first-place finisher Quechua, mounted by jockey Corey Brown. Off the tracks, Taiwanese actor Eddie Peng made his first official appearance in Singapore as Longines Ambassador of Elegance. As per tradition of designating the Singapore Gold Cup as an annual Charity Race Day, Longines also hosted a charity luncheon, which raised over $240,000 for its adopted charity, Rainbow Centre – Margaret Drive School.