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  • Aug 31, 2014
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Horse Racing

Sight Lover should deliver goods at last

The John Size-trained Sight Lover has not been the kindest to punters, but Triple Trio players will look to him as a banker again in the opening leg at Happy Valley tomorrow night.

Tuesday, 4 June, 2013, 2:55am

Hit A Home Run enjoys the change of tactics

On the weekend, Hit A Home was stepping out for the seventh time, but a change of tactics to being ridden cold in his last two runs has seen him hitting the line with plenty of purpose.

4 Jun 2013 - 2:55am

Familists back after a year in the wilderness

Trainer David Hall knows just how much a "worthy" defeat can take out of an honest horse and Familists finally made his way back around to the top end of the business after a year in the wilderness.

3 Jun 2013 - 4:39am

Stable left to rue the one that got away

Michael Chang Chun-wai continued to lift the bar higher in his career-best season as trouble sprinter Dragon Choice shrugged off a year of problems to collect the opening Class Five, but the trainer was still disappointed with the one that got away.

3 Jun 2013 - 4:39am

Purton and Cruz make their point

If anyone thought or even hoped that yesterday's Sha Tin meeting was going to shed some fresh light on the jockey or trainer championships, then they left thoroughly disappointed with what was nearly a contender-free zone.

3 Jun 2013 - 4:39am

Patience pays off for Yat Ding Win's owner

When you pay HK$8 million for a horse, wanting to see it run must be fairly high up the wish list but trainer Ricky Yiu Poon-fai paid credit to Yat Ding Win's owner, Liang Guoxing, for having the patience to wait and get the right result as the three-year-old continued a good run for the International Sale Griffins.

3 Jun 2013 - 4:39am

Lord Kanaloa eyes Hong Kong Mile

The stallion emphatically swept aside pre-race doubts he could run a strong 1,600m as two of his potential rivals in December - Glorious Days and Helene Spirit - finished down the track.

3 Jun 2013 - 4:39am

John Size says Glorious Days is better for last year's Yasuda Kinen

As disastrous as Glorious Days' 14th place in last year's Yasuda Kinen seemed at the time, trainer John Size and jockey Douglas Whyte believe it may have been the making of the horse who returns to Fuchu today a more complete coompetitor.

2 Jun 2013 - 4:58am

Persistence could finally be paying off with Willie Cazals

We have to give Weichong Marwing his due - he did try, he really did give it a go on Liberator in the Champions & Chater Cup on Sunday, he just didn't have quite the horse.

29 May 2013 - 5:48am 1 comment

Valley turf puts Sha Tin all-weather to shame

Credit where it is due with the tracks - what a fantastic surface that Sha Tin all-weather is … okay, just kidding. If you believe that, we know of a bridge in Sydney we can get you a great price on.

29 May 2013 - 11:10am