It's Hong Kong International Raceday, the one day of the year where the world comes to Hong Kong to take on our best horses on our home turf.
The Hong Kong International Races are designated the world's turf championships, as it brings together horses from many different countries to compete over the four standard distances - 1200m (Sprint), 1600m (Mile), 2000m (Cup) and 2400m (Vase).
Can Hong Kong's Military Attack, Akeed Mofeed, Lucky Nine, Frederick Engels, Gold-Fun and Glorious Days hold off the international invasion including Japanese sensation Lord Kanaloa, French femme fatale Moonlight Cloud, luckless veteran Cirrus des Aigles, globetrotter Red Cadeaux or English darling The Fugue?
Follow scmpRacingPost on Twitter at Sha Tin Racecourse today as Alan Aitken and Michael Cox bring you all their thoughts and reports from the track to steer you towards a winner with the most up-to-date information - parade yard assessments, market moves and the tips and track trends live on Twitter with scmpRacingPost. We'll also try to bring you some of the colour of Hong Kong's biggest raceday.