A 77-year-old trained a horse that a 50-year-old rode to victory in the Preakness, which should give anyone worried about the greying of America something to cheer about.
With this good tuna, I hope to help cheer up Japan
Kiyoshi Kimura, who bought a bluefin tuna for a record 155.4 million yen (HK$13.70 million) at a Tokyo auction
The stipendiary stewards in Hong Kong get some flak at times for being too tough on the visiting jockeys but they could be running a day-care centre by comparison with their Italian counterparts...
The Jockey Club confirmed last night that American ace Gary Stevens would not be riding in Hong Kong after Saturday's pre-Christmas meeting at Sha Tin.
And the world-class rider will...
Superstar American jockey Gary Stevens is back in town this December courtesy of his fitness.
WHEN American ace Gary Stevens returns he can rest assured it will be to a stable bang in form. His trainer, Stephen Leung, put a number through their paces at yesterday's mist-shrouded trackwork...
TRAINER-OF-THE-MOMENT Wong Tang-ping and his riding counterpart Gary Stevens could take Sha Tin by storm on a fascinating Queen Elizabeth II Cup meeting tomorrow.
DOUBLES don't come much sweeter than Geoff Lane's two-timer at Sha Tin yesterday.
FOLLOW the men in form at Sha Tin this afternoon and that means supporting John Moore and Gary Stevens who combine for Country Lad in the fifth event.
HEALTH First is overdue a win and it should come tonight at Sha Tin in the fifth event despite the presence of impressive last-start winner, Daiquiri.
A DETERMINED last-stride lunge gave Full Speed Ahead (16-1) the final race at Sha Tin yesterday and firmly kept the superb season of trainer Wong Tang-ping going.