Ricky Yiu Poon-fie's Dr More can show what he is made of today by taking the eighth event on the mixed card at Sha Tin, which features Fairy King Prawn's Yasuda Kinen bid in Japan as the fifth of the 11 races.Sunday, 3 June, 2001, 12:00am
Northern Gold Ball can stamp himself as one of the most exciting staying griffins in training by taking the opening event on Sha Tin which the youngsters look set to dominate.
The highlight is the Centenary Cup, the second leg of the Champion Sprint Series, for which Fairy King Prawn and Best Of The Best are the clear form picks from Charming City and Whytellyou.11 Mar 2000 - 12:00am
Boom apprentice Alex Yu has arrived.
The question now is whether the talented youngster can hold his own in the senior ranks after outriding his claim on the back of yesterday's slashing 286-1 double.22 Nov 1999 - 12:00am
There's a race for most horses in Hong Kong providing they drop far enough down the handicap ratings which is why Smooth Edge is strongly fancied to take the second on tonight's Happy Valley programme.
The four-year-old is racing against Class Five opposition for the first time and also has the useful claimer Alex Yu taking three pounds off his back.25 Nov 1998 - 12:00am
Northern Fire Ball looks the way to go in the final leg of tomorrow night's Triple Trio on Sha Tin's mixed dirt and turf card.
The sixth event is on the dirt and while Northern Fire Ball has run plenty of decent races on the grass, his best recent form has been on the artificial surface.28 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
Universal Boss can defy barrier 14 to run into the placings in the opening leg of tomorrow's Sha Tin Triple Trio.
There's no jackpot on offer but there's still plenty to play for with Universal Boss' recent form making him very much one to keep on your side.24 Apr 1998 - 12:00am
Sunrisespectacular can continue trainer Wong Tang-ping's brilliant run on the Sha Tin dirt track and looks rock solid banker material in the middle pin to tomorrow night's Triple Trio.
Ping has sent out winner after winner on the dirt, especially this season.
He doesn't train them any differently. Or at least he doesn't appear to.17 Feb 1998 - 12:00am
Right On looked a winner waiting to happen when making all to take the first of two 1,150-metre barrier trials on the Sha Tin all-weather yesterday morning.
The Wong Tang-ping-trained four-year-old nearly sprang a 30-1 surprise when making his belated racecourse debut and leading everywhere but the line at Sha Tin early last May.6 Sep 1997 - 12:00am
Talented apprentice Alex Yu had his allowance cut to five pounds after booting home a heavily backed, 61-1 double at last night's Happy Valley meeting.
Yu scored both his wins for his new mentor, Wong Tang-ping, and he couldn't have done it in more contrasting fashion.1 May 1997 - 12:00am
Fireball can provide a spot of punting cheer on tonight's special Martell-sponsored Grand National meeting at Happy Valley. The world's most famous race is covered extensively by Britain's premier racing journalist, Jim McGrath, on page four.5 Apr 1997 - 12:00am