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Greg Childs

FROZEN IN TIME

Eighty-thousand people pack into Sha Tin to witness New Zealand champion mare Sunline (inside) defeat local hero Fairy King Prawn in a pulsating running of the Group 1 Hong Kong Mile.

Sunday, 14 December, 2003, 12:00am

'Our integrity is our most valuable asset and we have to manage even the perception of the sport'

All 22 licensed jockeys and apprentices will be formally briefed prior to Monday's traditional New Year's Day fixture in the wake of yesterday's maximum $300,000 fine imposed on Hong Kong Mile-winning jockey Greg Childs.

30 Dec 2000 - 12:00am

'No suggestion of dishonest practice,' says Schreck

Chief stipendiary steward John Schreck yesterday took the unusual step of underlining his panel were under no pressure from the media, and also of vouching for jockey Greg Childs' integrity.

30 Dec 2000 - 12:00am

Jockeys face tough grilling over Mile tactics

A wide-ranging Hong Kong Jockey Club inquiry is set for a week Friday or Saturday following remarks attributed to jockey Greg Childs after his success in Sunday's showpiece $10 million Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin.

21 Dec 2000 - 12:00am

Moore Makes Merry with double triumph

CHAMPION trainer John Moore continued his familiar second half of the season surge on a day of doubles at a bitterly cold and miserably wet Lunar New Year meeting at Sha Tin yesterday.

22 Feb 1996 - 12:00am

Childs weighs in with the winning Option

CUPS King Greg Childs added yet another piece of silverware to his collection, taking the Ewo Challenge Trophy on the exciting Neville Begg-trained newcomer, Option, at a blowy Sha Tin yesterday.

21 Jan 1996 - 12:00am

Moore sounds warning with a Master stroke

MULTIPLE champion trainer John Moore began his customary push for a sixth title with a double at Sha Tin yesterday spearheaded by Master Eagle's classy dismissal of a Class One field in the prestigious San Miguel Silver Tankard.

15 Jan 1996 - 12:00am

Childs' hands full of future winners

IT was a busy morning at the track yesterday for International Cup-winning jockey Greg Childs. The New Zealander, retained by Neville Begg during his final season in the territory, started the campaign in brilliant form. He is not riding any different, but things have gone a little bit quiet for him in recent meetings and he will be doubly keen to get back among the winners this afternoon.

18 Nov 1995 - 12:00am

Old firm combine for Star attraction

WHEN trainer Wong Tang-ping calls on his one-time regular rider Tony Cruz to get aboard it usually means there is more than a hint of a winner in the air, writes Robin Parke.

There was a time when the A. S. Cruz name figured prominently against the majority of Ping's runners, but then came a split and they went their separate ways.

25 Oct 1995 - 12:00am

Unlucky run can well be forgiven

DON'T give up on the Gary Ng Ting-keung Mannidear who was all revved up but with no where to go in last night's second event on the Sha Tin grass. Mannidear, always a good trackworker but until his last two starts unable to translate that work into a meaningful racing performance, was trapped full of running on the far rail as Gagne Vite swooped to catch Lucky Sound.

2 Oct 1995 - 12:00am

Partners set for success

PUT Success Partners very firmly down in the book of future winners - this one will definitely oblige.

For the second time in as many starts this season, the three-year-old Irish import flew home from a position well back to snatch fifth place. Last night it was in the second event, a Class Four short sprint on equitrack which is not where he will be winning.

28 Sep 1995 - 12:00am

Kiwi works magic on Auto-Matching

INTERNATIONAL Cup-winning jockey Greg Childs has made a tremendous start to his first full-time stint in the territory, impressing many good judges with his cool, tactically astute riding. He has banged in three winners from just four meetings and looks to have a few more winners in the locker if yesterday's four trials on the Sha Tin all-weather are anything to go by.

23 Sep 1995 - 12:00am

Moore stable's dead-set day out

THEY both thought they'd met defeat and in the end they both triumphed as the Tony Cruz-ridden Makarpura Star and Greg Childs' mount, Survey King, dead-heated in a pulsating finish to yesterday's $3.1 million Champions and Chater Cup at Sha Tin.

14 May 1995 - 12:00am

Canadian Champ set to come of age

CANADIAN Champ is on the verge of a win and it could come for Greg Childs and leading trainer John Moore in the fifth event at Sha Tin today. Moore, who is probably odds-on to win the title for the fifth time, has brought Canadian Champ along perfectly and the New Zealand three-year-old is poised to strike in a race that is there for the taking.

29 Apr 1995 - 12:00am

Opening meeting the best pointer

THE all-weather surface at Sha Tin can make some races a lottery but evidence from the first meeting suggested horses drawn outside and those equipped with pacifiers had the advantage. With only one meeting on the surface, it is impossible to lay down hard and fast rules and the prospect of upsets makes the Triple Trio even more alluring.

18 Apr 1995 - 12:00am

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