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  1. Sport - Racing

    Japanese star Lord Kanaloa sets Sha Tin alight

    Posted Dec 04th 2013, 09:19pm by Murray Bell

    ... Murray Bell Star Japanese sprinter produces blistering run to send a warning to his Hong Kong rival Lucky Nine- anything you can do, I can do better Lord Kanaloa sets Sha Tin alight It was only a track gallop but it should send the biblical "fear and trembling" through the ranks of Longines Hong Kong Sprint rivals. On Monday, it was Lucky Nine's turn ...

  2. Sport - Racing

    Mullins offers masterclass with Simenon workout

    Posted Dec 05th 2013, 09:35pm by Murray Bell

    ... demonstrated with Sunday's Longines Hong Kong Vase contender Simenon. Like so many of the great jumping trainers before him- think Vincent O'Brien and Aidan O'Brien for starters- Mullins has successfully migrated from the jumps to the flat racing arena and two-time Royal Ascot hero Simenon is arguably his best advertisement yet. Simenon, a six-year-old, arrives in Hong Kong ...

  3. Sport - Racing

    Dunaden on track to repeat after top work

    Posted Dec 06th 2013, 10:18pm by Murray Bell

    ... Murray Bell 2011 Vase winner has had a different lead-up this time around, but now looks ready Dunaden on track to repeat after top work He is a winner of the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups, and a dashing hero of the 2011 Hong Kong Vase, yet Dunaden seems to have slid into town well and truly under the radar in 2013. In each of the past two years he has turned in a blistering piece of work ...

  4. Sport - Racing - TRACKWORK

    Dan Excel stands up to Military Attack in highlight gallop

    Posted Dec 03rd 2013, 09:06pm by Murray Bell

    ... the five-pound penalty (as a Group One winner this year). However, there is no negative there for Military Attack, who has enjoyed a swashbuckling 2013 and is poised to peak in the Hong Kong Cup. ...

  5. Hong Kong hero Marcus returns to Asia after clinching Singapore deal

    Posted Jun 28th 2009, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... 3,000 winners and was seven-time champion jockey in Hong Kong. His 671 wins in Hong Kong is the third-largest tally amassed by a jockey, with only Douglas Whyte and Tony Cruz having ridden more. ... progressively between early December and February 2010. At the time of his retirement seven years ago, Marcus had expressed a wish to remain in Hong Kong and train at Sha Tin but the strict Jockey Club ...

  6. On the global stage, Hong Kong has no finer representative than Prebble

    Posted Jun 17th 2009, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... his third foreign Group One as a representative of Hong Kong. Now we are admittedly talking about a limited sample here, with just six Group One races having fallen to Hong Kong-trained horses ... and Australia on Saturday in the Golden Jubilee Stakes, that will give Prebble four of Hong Kong's eight foreign successes, and 50 per cent would be an amazing strike rate for something that most ...

  7. Fired-up Fradd can rocket past Hong Kong hotshots

    Posted May 17th 2009, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... Murray Bell in Singapore Singaporean flyer Rocket Man can confirm his arrival at top level by lowering the boom on the global traveller Takeover Target and Hong Kong's two ... and present himself at the appropriate time. Hong Kong's best chance is Sacred Kingdom, a last-start winner of the Sprint Cup on May 1 under an aggressive Brett Prebble ride. He has emerged from ...

  8. There's no place like Hong Kong for Hayes

    Posted Apr 24th 2009, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... a possible victory where others perceive a likely defeat. Hayes spent 10 years as a licensed trainer in Hong Kong, landing 458 wins and two trainers' premierships. He has been back in Australia ... on his return morning to the headquarters of Hong Kong racing was the level of professionalism. 'You tend to forget just how good things are here, and how well the Jockey Club does ...

  9. Made with pride in Hong Kong

    Posted Apr 05th 2009, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... of investigations and red tape towards adopting a Hong Kong-born, Chinese baby. They eventually made it. The baby that was handed to them that fateful day in 1988 is Nicole Chadwick, a beautiful young ... infant in 1990 is today the rising star of Hong Kong's world-class horse racing industry. The Chadwicks left Hong Kong in 1992, initially bound for Singapore where they stayed for six years ...

  10. Last hurrah for Hong Kong great

    Posted Dec 12th 2008, 12:00am by Murray Bell

    ... Murray Bell Bullish Luck has been a great horse for Hong Kong and he will do it just one more time before taking a well-earned retirement. The 2006 Horse of the Year will try to recapture his glory days in the HK$20 million Hong Kong Cup and has amazed trainer Tony Cruz with the way he has trained since finishing last of eight runners in the International Cup Trial. 'He ...




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