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  1. Odds-on Sacred Kingdom to maintain his supremacy

    Posted Jan 27th 2008, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... at the yearling sales in New Zealand but will no doubt find a television screen to watch Sacred Kingdom (Gerald Mosse), whose rival for hearts and minds in the immediate future is Silent Witness rather ... and well expected it will be, as Sacred Kingdom may be a proper Silent Witness price this afternoon. In five attempts up the straight, Sacred Kingdom has arrived five times, Mosse is unbeaten ...

  2. Sky's the limit for Sacred Kingdom

    Posted Dec 10th 2007, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... but may trespass on to even more 'sacred' ground as the international handicappers seek to compare him with the great Silent Witness. Sacred Kingdom, brilliantly handled by Gerald Mosse ... potential rivals for the champion sprinter title were floundering in his wake. Mosse even had the cheek to take it easy in the final stages, with the margin over last year's hero Absolute ...

  3. Hello looks even prettier than ever

    Posted May 03rd 2006, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... of yesterday's barrier trial win at Sha Tin. The Distorted Humor four-year-old had a new rider on board- his Derby Trial pilot Gerald Mosse now joining Glyn Schofield on the sidelines ... victory in the Group Two Derby Trial over 1,800m. He was then forced to lead in a slowly-run Group One Mercedes-Benz Hong Kong Derby, won by Viva Pataca, and Mosse was made the fall guy. Bullish ...

  4. Pegasus to fly the start and run rivals ragged

    Posted Jan 01st 2007, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... Witness (Felix Coetzee) as he attempts to break back into the winner's list after going all of 2006 without a success. But while Floral Pegasus (Gerald Mosse) didn't quite measure up ... Of course, the quandary for punters and for Mosse, is what to do about gate 14. There would appear to be few options available, with Floral Pegasus' high cruising speed likely to necessitate ...

  5. Absolute champ takes the points on payback day

    Posted Jan 28th 2008, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... his once more, so yesterday was payback day in the battle of the champs. Sacred Kingdom lunged outwards at the start, cannoning into Down Town, and jockey Gerald Mosse then had to balance him. ... Prince (Darren Beadman) 13/4 lengths away in third. Mosse was the first to admit his shock at Sacred Kingdom's defeat, but advised fans not to give up on the four-year-old. 'Today, ...

  6. Pegasus shows more fancy footwork

    Posted Feb 21st 2007, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... of the Tony Cruz-trained galloper dashed all rival hopes in a heartbeat. And yet again, winning jockey Gerald Mosse was easy on Floral Pegasus in the final stages, leaving an unmeasured serve ... easily he settled for Gerald, and how kindly he travelled just behind the speed. 'Now, it's full steam ahead towards the Derby,' Cruz added. Mosse continued his remarkably lucky ...

  7. Hayes hopes Dragon can make his day

    Posted Jan 23rd 2005, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... representative Lucky Dragon heads the markets at $35 (for $10). Lucky Dragon, to be ridden by Gerald Mosse, was a brilliant winner over today's course and distance on October 13, when he began from ... beaten 31/4 lengths by Joyful World after beginning from the inside alley. It was after this run that Mosse recommended the use of blinkers. Lucky Dragon was given a rousing gallop in the new ...

  8. Happy Zero can prove he is the hottest sprinter around

    Posted Nov 22nd 2009, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... at least that length start. Honest Inspiration (Gerald Mosse) can be there to pick up the pieces if the great uncertainty of racing plays a hand, but this genuinely looks a race in two, a race ...

  9. The stars come out to play

    Posted Apr 26th 2008, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... Boss and Darren Beadman won races worth more than HK$50million in Sydney, but they will find more depth to tomorrow's competition. Douglas Whyte, Brett Prebble, Felix Coetzee, Gerald Mosse, Howard Cheng Yue-tin- the Hong Kong jockey ranks have punching power all the way down. The assembly of horse flesh will indeed be worthy. Matsurida Gogh won the biggest race in Japan, ...

  10. No-frills run by lazy star

    Posted Oct 08th 2003, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... and it must be pointed out he didn't have his blinkers on. But I'm happy and Gerald [Mosse] said he felt good, so I don't think there's any cause for concern. 'A much better ...




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