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Gary Moore

Macau trainer Gary Moore believes Absolutely Win can lift interport

Gary Moore lifted a shock interport win with Viva Pronto in 2010

Viva Pronto was more than 100-1 when he carried 130 pounds and led all the way to surprise the locals at Sha Tin three years ago, and Moore has since won two more interport legs on the mud at home in Macau with Viva Hong Kong and Viva Pronto.

Tuesday, 26 February, 2013, 4:55am

A bad week for ...

Toshimitsu Doi

15 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Massive fine for Macau's Moore

Leading Macau trainer Gary Moore has been fined HK$500,000 - a sum believed to equal the world record - for a positive drug test returned by one of his horses, but will be allowed to continue his fight for the championship.

13 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Whyte keen to try for eighth title

Douglas Whyte will become an even more important part of Hong Kong racing history this afternoon when he accepts his seventh title as champion jockey, but must then reset his new-season goals for a trek into uncharted territory.

2 Jul 2007 - 12:00am

Double has Egan's Irish eyes smiling again

When Irish eyes are smiling and a certain jockey's left leg is giving it that almost imperceptible but nevertheless trademark swivel, it's as sure as rain at The Curragh on Derby day that John Egan is back among the winners.

21 Jan 2001 - 12:00am

Jockeying for position

THERE'S always a heightened air of expectation surrounding the goldfish bowl that is Hong Kong racing at this time of year.

3 May 1998 - 12:00am

Cruz set to trump rivals in opener

Deuce Of Hearts can continue the great recent run of racing legend Tony Cruz and his stable jockey, the demon Douglas Whyte in race one at Happy Valley tonight.

Cruz is a rare phenomenon - a brilliant jockey who has made the transition to being a brilliant trainer.

26 Nov 1997 - 12:00am

Moore of the modern side

Gary Moore has never felt more like singing the blues. And rock. And funk. With a bit of jazz fusion thrown in.

Belfast's biggest guitar legend has been there, done it, gone the extra mile, and sold out the gig.

22 Aug 1997 - 12:00am

Marcus rules out comeback

CHAMPION-ELECT Basil Marcus is definitely out of Wednesday night's Sha Tin dirt meeting. Marcus, on his way to a fourth jockeys' title, is still recovering from the broken blood vessels in his right leg that developed as a result of his crashing fall when Striking Distance broke down at Happy Valley last Wednesday night.

22 Jan 1996 - 12:00am

Moore's happy New Year return Down Under

FORMER French and multiple Hong Kong champion jockey Gary Moore makes a New Year's Day return to Australia.

He will partner former International Races contender Dark Ksar for Peter Hayes in the Perth Cup in the Western Australian capital.

5 Dec 1995 - 12:00am

The Hermes Cup Roll of Honour

1983 GILGIT, 4-1, owned by Mr and Mrs Alan Li Fook-sum, trained by George Moore, ridden by Gary Moore.

1984 GILGIT, 4-5f, ridden by Gary Moore.

1985 FOREVER GOLD, 10-2f, owned by Mr and Mrs E.C. Lowe, trained by G. Smyth, ridden by P.H. Chan.

18 Nov 1995 - 12:00am

On the cutting edge

JOCKEY Gary Moore (right) has obviously learnt a few tricks from the best tai-tais in town. While having his nails manicured and his hair coiffured in a Central salon recently, Moore spent the whole time with a portable telephone attached firmly to his ear. The staff had to work around the telephone while he arranged the finer details of shipping in a horse from Britain.

22 Oct 1995 - 12:00am

Gary Moore before Stewards in Taipa

FORMER Hong Kong idol Gary Moore has received a rap over the knuckles from the Stipendiary Stewards at Taipa, writes Robin Parke.

4 Sep 1995 - 12:00am

Golden run as Moore grabs Cup

FORMER Hong Kong champion jockey Gary Moore yesterday pulled off the biggest win of his successful comeback to the saddle when Storming Force (8-5 favourite) cruised home in the $440,000 Macau Gold Cup.

Trainer George Moore was fully vindicated in quickly backing up the impressive stayer after his feature race win in the Macau Gold and Country Club Cup a week previously.

17 Apr 1995 - 12:00am

Moore has job ahead

FORMER champion jockey of France and Hong Kong, Gary Moore, is expecting to ride 24 horses over two days in his comeback to the saddle after almost five years in the racing wilderness.

24 Jan 1995 - 12:00am

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