'I'm doing plenty of work in the mornings... I love the hard work'
The Andre Fabre-trained mare, Walkamia has replaced compatriot Execute in the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Cup, 2,000 metres, after the latter failed to please French trainer John Hammond.
It may have only been a humble Class Four contest but for young Frenchman Yann Lerner, his win on Porter Ricks in the fourth event had all the feeling and euphoria of a much bigger result.
Australian jockey Danny Beasley has ridden the wave of his recent successful Sydney carnival all the way to a licence to ride in Hong Kong for the rest of this season.
Leading Sydney jockey Danny Beasley is expected to crown a sensational April by answering a call to boost Hong Kong jockey ranks following Eric Legrix's season-ending knee injury.
Top French rider Eric Legrix capped a good week with a double at Sha Tin yesterday to follow on from where he left off at Happy Valley in midweek.
Champion jockey Douglas Whyte and this season's major contender, Shane Dye, looked set to play a big hand yesterday, but each had to settle for a single victory.
South African jockey Weichong Marwing produced a carbon copy of Gerald Mosse's winning ride from last year's Hong Kong Derby yesterday as Olympic Express scored even more emphatically than...
Outstanding French rider Eric Legrix finally ended a nervous week and cracked the 300-win barrier in Hong Kong as Francis Lui Kin-wai's Plenty Of Luck put himself back on the promising list.
Andy Leung Ting-wah is gearing up his stable for an onslaught of winners judging by the way his horses have performed in barrier trials and yesterday was no exception, with Kimberley Mines...
Francis Lui Kin-wai must be one of the few people who wishes the season could go on for a few more weeks after he continued his tremendous recent run with a final-day treble.
Eric Legrix was suspended for five meetings yesterday after being found guilty of careless riding on Cheval D'Or in the eighth race. It was the French jockey's third ban for the offence this...