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  1. Whyte fights back in title race

    Posted Jan 02nd 2010, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... as a dominant Jockey Challenge favourite on an afternoon when he might have won six races without raising an eyebrow, but it was not to be, although he still sneaked home in the Challenge. Whyte had ... 'Baht' to his record by winning race eight. Coming from well off the speed, he overturned odds-on favourite Elegance Desire like a horse who will take himself places, provided he remains ...

  2. Whyte and Prebble in two-horse race

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

    ... Whyte takes into this feature meeting. Champion jockey Whyte has mounts in each of the 11 races and the number of winning chances he's been given is only limited by your opinion of the form. His book is extraordinary, and even the most pessimistic prognosticator would concede him to have winning chances in seven or eight races. Jockey Club odds makers threw up HK$1.50 about ...

  3. Ho can upstage Whyte

    Posted Sep 28th 2011, 12:00am

    ... book of rides to back him up, including the highly fancied Caspar Fownes-trained pair Ride On The Fire (race three) and My Way (race four). His other chances are Noble Flier (race one), Vanquish Delight (race two), Lucky Together (race five), Moon Chaser (race seven) and Flying Colours. ...

  4. Prebble is a good bet

    Posted Mar 28th 2012, 12:00am

    ... and impressive youngster Bear Hero in race five and eight respectively. He also rides last-start winner Winsome (race two), Breeze Of Luck (race four), course-specialist Victory Mascot (race four) and Liberator (race seven) and seemed good value at $4. Red-hot Whyte, as usual, tops the menu at $2, and his best hopes are in second half of the card. ...

  5. Whyte has the advantage

    Posted Nov 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... and Whyte ($1.90) has drawn either one or two on four of his eight rides. Macassar (race one), Lucky Red (race two) and Enabling (race eight) have all drawn pole, while last-start winner The Wand has drawn two. Whyte also pairs up with strong chances Fortune Together (race four) and Aerosa (race six). ...

  6. Whyte's Tour De Force at the Valley

    Posted Jun 21st 2012, 12:00am

    ... fortuitous as Prebble dictated terms throughout. 'It was obvious there wasn't a leader in the race, and from the outside gate, if you go back to last on the C track you'll be doing ... the leader or in front. 'I was very lucky that Brett didn't have a ride in the race. 'I had confidence that with Brett's aggression that the horse could show more speed than most ...

  7. In-play betting better guide for Whyte

    Posted May 06th 2012, 12:00am

    ... in the final four races should see him salute. Whyte has rides in eight of the 11 events, but only has one mount- first-starter Keep-A-Pin in the griffin race to start the day- out of the first three races. Howard Cheng Yue-tin is a threat at $12 with his front-loaded book of rides. He starts the day with hopes in five of the first six races, although he has just seven rides overall. Cheng ...

  8. With Size on his side, Whyte can hit Peak form again

    Posted Mar 25th 2012, 12:00am

    ... with a stellar book featuring two short-priced, John Size-trained favourites on debut. Punters will be all over Whyte's rides Magician Code (race two) and Can Do (race three), with Size giving both three-year-olds a thorough education at the trials. Size also has Whyte aboard G-One Winning (race seven) chasing four-straight wins, and The Peak (race eight) looking for threestraight, and both horses ...

  9. Whyte's work pays off on New Vision

    Posted Jan 17th 2011, 12:00am by Alan Aitken

    ... O'Sullivan-trained New Vision. Whyte has spent plenty of time on the son of Bertolini, including his two previous races, and was able to turn up fresh for New Vision as just his first mount for the afternoon ... and he just wanted to throw the race away in the straight,' said Whyte. 'But he has taken a lot away from his last run when he got smothered up and lost his place on the turn. Today, ...

  10. Two plum rides give Durban Demon the edge

    Posted Jan 25th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Michael Cox michael.cox@scmp.com He won't have it all his own way, but plum rides in the two feature races make Douglas Whyte the one to back in today's Jockey Challenge at Sha ... Demon's main rival and second favourite Brett Prebble ($5) has the numerical advantage with rides in all 10 races, but Whyte's two key rides give him a solid foundation for success. ...




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