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Skittish Apollo Cavalier handles the atmosphere

Apollo Cavalier looks to have taken it all well, says Gerald Mosse. Photo: Kenneth Chan

In stifling 32 degree heat that left many runners looking worse for wear, it was no surprise to see Apollo Cavalier a nervous lather of sweat before the Pok Fu Lam Reservoir Road Handicap. But trainer Me Tsui Yu-sak and jockey Gerald Mosse were adamant the skittish gelding's pre-race condition was actually an improvement on his usual pre-race perspiratory efforts - and so it proved when he broke his maiden with an all-the-way win.

Sunday, 9 June, 2013, 5:39am

Racing Digest, March 18, 2013

Douglas Whyte and Peter Ho savour their Class Four win. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Douglas Whyte was reeling in the big-race plaudits in the Derby once again but he was happy to land a couple of smaller fish, for John Size and Peter Ho Leung, to maintain his jockeys' championship lead as well.

18 Mar 2013 - 3:12am

Pure Champion 'up to the top graders'

A happy Tony Cruz

Pure Champion (Gerald Mosse) was coming off a Group One Stewards' Cup 10th to Glorious Days and his previous win, a year ago, also came in a Group Three 1,800m handicap, but Cruz insisted it's all about the run the stallion gets and that he is right up to the top graders.

3 Feb 2013 - 4:00am

Racing Digest, February 3, 2013

Gerald Mosse is a happy man after breaking his unwanted streak on Leo's Pride. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Neither jockey Gerald Mosse nor trainer Francis Lui Kin-wai have been having a dream run of late, but old-timer Leo's Pride put both of them back on the scorecard in the third race. 

3 Feb 2013 - 4:00am

Relief for Mosse as win by a nose saves him from big fine

Gerald Mosse

The difference between winning and losing was a flared nostril when Chancellor edged out Jimson The Best - but the narrow margin was also the difference between a relatively small fine and a far more serious penalty for winning jockey Gerald Mosse, who weighed-in overweight.

23 Dec 2012 - 3:43am

Red-letter day for brilliant tactician Mosse

Canto-pop star Aaron Kwok presents a watch to Ronald Arculli.

A key mid-race move was the pivotal moment of a vintage ride by Gerald Mosse - the Frenchman adding to his overflowing international day resume and helping Red Cadeaux shed his status as a big-race bridesmaid.

10 Dec 2012 - 2:44am

Gangnam, glitz and glory: Sha Tin style tops charts - video

Kate Winslet arrives with her boyfriend Ned Rocknroll. Photo: AP

The Longines Hong Kong International Races had everything: star power on and off the track, great weather, fierce competition and even that little bit of nail-biting drama that ended well as Horse Of The Year Ambitious Dragon overcame an 11th-hour emergency, was passed fit to run then stamped his authority on the meeting.

10 Dec 2012 - 3:10pm

Siyouma the ace in Mosse's full hand for Hong Kong showpiece

Gerald Mosse

Gerald Mosse jointly owns the record for Hong Kong International Races wins, but with four mounts and the "talking horse" of the week at tomorrow's Longines-sponsored renewal, the brilliant Frenchman may make it his own.

8 Dec 2012 - 1:54am

On clear morning, French filly Siyouma serves up breakfast to remember

Trainer Francois Doumen pats Siyouma after his filly did a smashing 1,200m turf gallop with Gerald Mosse yesterday.

Gerald Mosse has raised more than the occasional eyebrow this week as he repeatedly made a case for French filly Siyouma measuring up to the Hong Kong milers, and any lingering doubts about his filly's ability vanished without trace in the wake of a sparkling workout yesterday.

7 Dec 2012 - 3:04am