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  1. Holyangelholy is a class above the rest

    Posted Jun 29th 2012, 12:00am

    ... and despite drawing wide, Lord Dragon (Matthew Chadwick) and Fortune Bravo (Mark Zahra). The TT opens with a Class Four thinned-out by five debutants, none of whom jump out as overly appealing. If Terry Wong Chi-wai can get Well Done into a one-off position from barrier eight he will be hard to beat after a tough last-start win at Happy Valley. A Sha Tin Class Five failure back in January ...

  2. Flying Fiji simply first class

    Posted Mar 26th 2012, 12:00am

    ... offered more points, but with the tournament being split down the middle this year- in order to unearth the three new core teams who will join the circuit next season- parity was enforced ...

  3. Muscat class of 81 return to Hong Kong for silver celebrations

    Posted Apr 01st 2006, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Nick Thompson Age might not have wearied them- but the beer from a thousand breweries has probably taken its toll. Back in 1981, the team representing Muscat in the Middle East were young, carefree and having a good time at the Hong Kong Sevens tournament. Today, 25 years later and with three of the original squad members unable to join them, they're back. No longer young ...

  4. Class drop can help Evergreen overcome burden of top weight

    Posted Apr 08th 2008, 12:00am by John Bell

    ... John Bell Evergreen indicated he was set to get his career back on track with an improved effort last start and, with the drop to Class Four for only the fourth time in his career, he ... million, and Evergreen makes plenty of banker appeal, despite having to give weight away all round. The Dennis Yip Chor-hong-trained gelding opened the term with a solid second to Elfhelm in Class ...

  5. Dirt specialist Joyful Years to benefit from class drop

    Posted Nov 30th 2007, 12:00am by John Bell

    ... John Bell Joyful Years hasn't had a lot go his way this season, but with a drop in class he should get his career back on track in the middle pin of tomorrow afternoon's Triple ... a solid banker material. He landed his second all-weather track success at the end of last season in Class Four and the performance indicated he was going to make his mark in the next grade up. He ...

  6. Legionnaire has class to handle rise in trip and grade

    Posted Mar 28th 2006, 12:00am by John Bell

    ... John Bell Legionnaire's transformation from also-ran to galloping machine looks set to continue when the Danehill gelding tackles Class Three company for the first time in the middle ... to chalk up a victory in his first 18 starts and appearing destined for a life in Class Five. The four-year-old was devastating when winning his first race over 1,650 metres on the all-weather ...

  7. Class will be the deciding factor for Super Goal Master

    Posted Sep 11th 2007, 12:00am by John Bell

    ... midfield and covered ground before lengthening smartly over the final stages to finish an eye-catching third to Careless Whisper. Apart from appearing to have a class edge on his rivals tomorrow ... and be the one to gun down under Douglas Whyte. Other worthy inclusions are Feel-So-Good and Crush On You, while the surprise packet could be Vital Patrol under a light weight. In the middle pin, ...

  8. Touch Of Class can atone for his recent near misses

    Posted Jan 16th 2004, 12:00am by Clint Hutchison

    ... Clint Hutchison John Moore's Touch Of Class can give Triple Trio punters valuable assistance in the opening leg on Sunday as they chase a pool approaching $30 million. Douglas Whyte rode him on December 17, when he would have won but for missing the start by a few lengths and then having a far-from-trouble-free passage on the way home. Touch Of Class backed up that run ...

  9. HK in dire need of top-class venues

    Posted Aug 31st 2006, 12:00am by Paggie Leung

    ... we can run a world-class event smoothly,' said Hong Kong head coach Chan (pictured). 'The QES is hardly an ideal venue for international competitions because of its limited floor ... for the construction of the proposed complex. The QES, with a floor area of 31.7m by 18.6m, is so cramped that once the match on the middle court has finished, players have to wait until there is a break ...

  10. Class struggle looms in rich man's game

    Posted Oct 28th 2007, 12:00am by Peter Simpson

    ... the Chinese sports and equestrian associations, leading international and domestic businessmen, and assorted fashionistas from Beijing's booming yuppie class, attended the event. They made ... locals, pets, women and their own working classes from the lounge bar clubhouse- if not membership entirely- and the sport has since become a symbol of wealth, privilege and closely guarded ...




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