Order has been restored, favourites are again flowing. And the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Racing Simulator predicted it all.Thursday, 27 September, 2012, 6:26pm
Jockey Club plans for next season's training roster have been thrown into turmoil after trainer Andy Leung Ting-wah's successful action to have his official date of birth corrected.7 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
Tony Cruz's unraced Flying Machine was one of the more promising sorts to follow from a set of three all-weather barrier trials held at Sha Tin on Friday.21 Oct 2001 - 12:00am
Jockeys have come and gone here over the years and, no doubt, will continue to do so but has there ever been a rider who had a tougher time of things than Mark De Montfort?21 Jan 2001 - 12:00am
Nowadays, students always complain about school rules. Is it necessary to set so many strict school rules? The answer would be no if students could really behave properly.
Students always ask for freedom, but they have often abused it in the past. They think they can do anything without considering the consequences.13 Jun 2000 - 12:00am
Regular Win only looks to have to jump to win tonight's third event on Happy Valley's Grand National card.
The world's most famous and enthralling jumps contest is simulcast live as the evening's ninth and final event at 10.45pm.
Prior to that, jump on Regular Win in the third as he does appear to be head and shoulders superior to an ordinary Class Three field.10 Apr 1999 - 12:00am
Toy Warrior can continue the good run of trainer Andy Leung and his talented jockey Brett 'Double' Doyle by taking the final event on a tremendous card at Sha Tin this afternoon.
There's something for everyone.
Oriental Express, Indigenous, Bumper Storm and Best Of The Best make for a Centenary Cup that oozes quality and excitement.13 Mar 1999 - 12:00am
Give credit where credit is due and the licensing committee of the Jockey Club deserve accolades for the galaxy of riding stars lined up for Hong Kong over the next few months.
Mick Kinane, Gary Stevens, Kieren Fallon, Gerald Mosse and Olivier Peslier will add another dimension to Hong Kong's favourite sport.29 Nov 1998 - 12:00am
IT'S been a curate's egg of a season for local trainer Andy Leung.
In parts it's been good, with the winners flowing thick and fast more-or-less as soon as he teamed up with star English rider Brett 'Double' Doyle.
The beginning of the campaign was decidedly ordinary but the stable as a whole has fired in the last month or so.10 May 1998 - 12:00am
Chances abound in tomorrow night's Happy Valley Triple Trio with Concert Kaiser looking just about the best banker for the hugely popular exotic wager.
The experienced handicapper jumps in the fourth event, the TT's middle pin, and represents the very much in-form duo of trainer Andy Leung and jockey Brett 'Double' Doyle.3 Mar 1998 - 12:00am
Plenty to ponder over from yesterday's Sha Tin trackwork session including promising trials from a number of youngsters.
Sunny Graham hit the headlines after running a close second to Markgraf in a race he almost certainly should have won.11 Feb 1998 - 12:00am
An in-form stable is one to keep on side and trainer Andy Leung Ting-wah has been the form mentor of the New Year.
A new retainership with Brett 'Double' Doyle, following the departure of Richard Hughes, has turned around a somewhat disappointing first few months of the season.10 Jan 1998 - 12:00am
Blinkers can work wonders for the consistent Midas King in an uncompetitive ninth event on today's tricky but bumper New Year's Day card.
English riding sensation Brett Doyle is back in town, this time as the new stable jockey for local handler Andy Leung rather than in his Club Jockey role in which he excelled for the first three months of the season.1 Jan 1998 - 12:00am
Toy Baron can put jockey Richard Hughes and trainer Andy Leung back among the winners by taking the fifth event on tonight's competitive Happy Valley card.
Toy Baron descends into Class Six for the first time yet towards the end of last season, when he started to improve, it looked as if he may well become good enough to win over a trip in Class Four.15 Oct 1997 - 12:00am
Local trainer Andy Leung sent out a double at last night's Sha Tin dirt meeting and he can also look forward to when his Northern Celadon next runs.
The English import put up a much better showing under Philip Robinson in last night's opening event won so well by John Moore's Australian import Abba.22 May 1997 - 12:00am