The life of racing legend Brian Kan Ping-chee continues to be as dramatic as some of the races won by his horses.
Last night, the five-time champion trainer was freed on appeal after being handed a jail sentence for election corruption.Tuesday, 13 December, 2011, 12:00am
Former champion horse trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee was jailed for more than three months yesterday for offering HK$130,000 to a village representative for his vote in a recent rural election.
But Kan, 74, was granted bail at Fanling Court to launch an appeal. He had been in custody since his conviction last month.13 Dec 2011 - 12:00am
The ICAC will be asked to look into suspicions about votes in a constituency won by a rural leader previously named in the election-bribery case of the champion horse trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee. Separately, six voters in a different constituency appeared in court yesterday accused of giving false addresses in last month's district council elections.6 Dec 2011 - 12:00am
The man who defeated former champion horse trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee in a rural election told a court yesterday that he repeatedly warned the racing legend not to commit crimes.
Bowie Hau Chi-keung, who won the poll to become Sheung Shui Rural Committee chairman, said it was 'hardly motiveless' that Kan arranged meetings with voting villagers in his camp.21 Oct 2011 - 12:00am
A Sheung Shui village representative said yesterday that champion horse trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee left HK$130,000 at his convenience store after telling him at an earlier meeting that he wanted to run in an upcoming election.20 Oct 2011 - 12:00am
French jockeys. They're like oysters. When they put in a bad one there is simply nothing worse. It makes you sick to the pit of your stomach and can take a week to get over. But when they ride well, as is so often the case, there are few things finer.2 Jan 2001 - 12:00am
People's champion Brian Kan Ping-chee yesterday had his adoring fans waving, clapping and cheering as Industrialist, his new stable star, the new star of Hong Kong racing, took the $7 million Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup at Sha Tin in the kind of finish which could never have been scripted.17 Apr 2000 - 12:00am
Former champion trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee is keeping local racing guessing about a stable jockey for next season following his decision not to retain Alan Munro.
The dual Derby-winning jockey had been linked to Kan for a week and had several talks with the flamboyant trainer.11 May 1999 - 12:00am
Racehorse trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee's crimson Rolls-Royce was hit nine times by air rifle pellets while parked in the Jockey Club residential complex in Sha Tin.
Eight pellets caused slight damage to the windscreen of the $3 million car, with the plates 'BK1', which Mr Kan bought to celebrate the handover. Another dented the body near the left-front wheel.27 Mar 1998 - 12:00am
Colourful trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee finally got his horse yesterday - a year after his first attempt had failed.
Kan bid $1.5 million to successfully secure an attractive Indian Ridge colt out of the Thatching mare, Reet Petite, for owner Lee Yuk-fai at the third Hong Kong International Sale held at Sha Tin racecourse.14 Dec 1997 - 12:00am