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Curren Chan

Different approach to training pays off for Lord Kanaloa's Takayuki Yasuda

One of the glories of international racing is that it showcases how many different ways there are to do things in the sport - nothing is set in stone and nothing is wrong. It's just different.

Monday, 10 December, 2012, 2:44am

Club will hope Lord Kanaloa attracts more foreign sprint stars to Hong Kong

Like J J The Jet Plane before him, Japanese sprinter Lord Kanaloa might well have saved the HK$15 million Sprint yesterday, but the way he did it insisted he might also be the best active sprinter in the world right now.

10 Dec 2012 - 2:44am

Trainer confident Grand Prix Boss can end Japan's 7-year skid

Not so long ago, the Japanese visitors to the December international meeting were always to be feared, but it has been seven years since their last winner at the meeting (Hat Trick) and trainer Yoshito Yahagi wants to change that with Grand Prix Boss in the Mile.

8 Dec 2012 - 2:44am

Defending champ Lucky Nine leads formidable home team in Sprint

Home runners have made the Hong Kong Sprint their own and - if weight of numbers is any indication - the stranglehold should continue in a short-course event that has taken on an overwhelming Asian flavour this year.

22 Nov 2012 - 2:28am