Aussie jockey Danny Beasley is contemplating a return to Australian race riding after after the Singapore Turf Club's shock announcement he will not be re-licensed.

Beasley, who has successfully ridden in Singapore for seven years and is second on the 2014 premiership table with 76 winners, says he has not been given a reason why his licence has not been renewed.

"I was told by the stewards I wasn't going to be re-licensed," Beasley said. "It hasn't sunk in yet so I'm not sure what my future holds at this stage.

"There's three weeks still to go in the season and I just want to keep riding winners."

Beasley, 39, began his career as an apprentice in Wagga and enjoyed major successes in Sydney in the early 2000s.

He won the 2003 Golden Slipper on Polar Success. He was also aboard Grand Armee who he rode to six of his seven Group One wins including two Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

While Beasley will not be riding in Singapore in 2015, the club has confirmed licences for Australian jockeys Corey Brown, Craig Newitt, Michael Rodd and John Powell.