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  1. Cheer looks a standout in middle leg

    Posted Oct 05th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Patrick Allen Cheer did not live up to his early promise last season, but the Dennis Yip Chor-hong-trained four-year-old should get his career rolling in style in the middle leg ... Way (Brett Prebble), who was a solid winner in Class Five last time and takes a grade rise but looks well up to it. My Way doesn't like to be bustled early and will be giving Ho Wongchoy ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. Rivals running scared as Go Baby Go stamps class

    Posted Jan 22nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... dispatched a solid Class Three field over the same course and distance at his second outing. The 23/4-length victory was part of a double for both the trainer and jockey Douglas Whyte. Yip has used ... Demon put the finishing touches on another exceptional training effort when he rode Zezao to victory for Richard Gibson in a Class Five (1,400m) contest. Zezao was perhaps the most maligned ...

  4. Tom's Eighth looks a class act for bumper TT

    Posted Mar 26th 2010, 12:00am by Phillip Woo

    ... Phillip Woo Trainer John Moore has unearthed another gem in Tom's Eighth and he looks a great chance to repeat his last-start victory in the middle leg of Sunday's Triple Trio, worth an estimated HK$15 million. Tom's Eighth stepped out for the first time on February 28 and showed his greenness when shifting out soon after the break, but eventually got going ...

  5. Par Excellence can revel in class drop

    Posted May 25th 2010, 12:00am by Phillip Woo

    ... in Class Three and a Class Four run earlier this month at Sha Tin, where he has never finished better than fifth in seven career starts for three different riders. Par Excellence returns to his ... with consecutive seconds behind Euro Swiftly and The Untouchablelad over this course and distance (1,650m) and should get all the favours in the middle leg from gate three under leading rider Brett ...

  6. Steep rise in class holds no fears for Lucky Hero

    Posted Jan 18th 2008, 12:00am by John Bell

    ... John Bell Promising youngster Lucky Hero faces his moment of truth in the middle pin of Sunday's Triple Trio at Sha Tin with a steep rise in class, but under a light weight he should ... a standout banker, despite tackling Class One opposition for the first time. The John Moore-trained gelding showed great promise in winning two of four as a griffin and he has compiled a perfect ...

  7. 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 ...

  8. Whyte shows class on Master Gigolo

    Posted Sep 30th 2004, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... such outstanding rivals. Beginning from gate 13, Whyte deliberately missed the start on Master Gigolo then proceeded to weave through from the middle of the field before he popped out to make his challenge ...

  9. White and Prebble in a class of their own as Man grabs brilliant hat-trick

    Posted Nov 29th 2007, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... and stewards later decided it was enough to change the placings despite a half-length margin at the finish. For Man that was the middle leg of the first three-timer of his training career, with Natural ...

  10. Star Of Northern to relish class drop

    Posted Mar 15th 2005, 12:00am by Clint Hutchison

    ... managed to pick up money on four of his last five starts in class four. In addition, he should relish the step up to a mile and from gate six should have every chance to figure in the finish. ... better than his current rating and will be fitter this time round. The logical option for banker in the middle pin is in-form Picture Perfect. He has managed to hit the frame on all five starts, ...




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