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Lam Hung-Fie

Trainer Hutchison still waiting for licensing decision

A decision on the racing future in Hong Kong of long-serving Australian trainer Bruce Hutchison was deferred by the Licensing Committee.

Thursday, 25 March, 1999, 12:00am

Lam to retire from training ranks

Long-serving trainer Lam Hung-fie will call it quits at the end of the season although he has officially put in an application to continue training.

Lam, who has seen his stable strength dwindle in recent years, said yesterday that he had been thinking about the future and believed it was now time to retire from training.

23 Feb 1999 - 12:00am

Marcus good value for TT opening leg

Last season's champion jockey, Basil Marcus, is a strong candidate for inclusion in the opening leg of tomorrow's Sha Tin Triple Trio.

20 Nov 1998 - 12:00am

Gear change shows talent blossoming

Oh what a difference the addition of a simple piece of headgear can make.

The annals of turf are dotted with the names of gallopers who have achieved greatness with the assistance of blinkers - one can only speculate on man's own destiny if the same had been applied to a few lesser mortals.

31 Oct 1998 - 12:00am

Corollary to extend Whyte's hot run

Demon Douglas Whyte can continue the prolific start to his Hong Kong riding stint by scoring on Corollary in tonight's final event at Happy Valley. Whyte, a former record-breaking champion apprentice in his native South Africa, has taken the territory by storm since the start of the season, banging in a fabulous 13 winners and 10 seconds from 77 rides.

16 Oct 1996 - 12:00am

Distance needed for Shine

BOTTOMWEIGHT Shine ran a bold fourth in the opening event on the card last night and this is a future winner for the combination of trainer Geoff Lane and jockey Darryll Holland.

23 Nov 1995 - 12:00am

'Power' of sense in following Lam stable

LOCAL handler Lam Hung-fie has already sent out a few runners to catch the eye during the opening exchanges suggesting that his vintage season of last term can be repeated over the coming months.

Yesterday he introduced a really good looking individual in the shape of the unraced private purchase griffin from last season, Power Protection.

25 Sep 1994 - 12:00am

Lane puts his stamp on a golden chance for the new season

GEOFF Lane has enjoyed his best season with a limited supply of new horses. He introduced the last of his four imports for this campaign at Sha Tin yesterday in the shape of Catalan Gold who was noted staying on really well to run second to Full Speed Ahead in the second event.

6 Jun 1994 - 12:00am

Age no barrier as Lane and Lam find their winning ways

THE old and the new were in fine form at a rain-soaked Sha Tin yesterday as trainer Geoff Lane and boom apprentice Francis K. S. Lam notched doubles.

Lane, who recently survived a grilling from the licensing committee, was a star jockey, a starter and a stipe before turning his hand to training in the late eighties.

20 Feb 1994 - 12:00am

Keep faith with Stallion

MY best bet is Winning Stallion and he can come good at the third time of asking this season in tonight's third event.

Trainer Lam Hung-fie has enjoyed a good start to the campaign and few of his horses have run better than Winning Stallion who has been most unfortunate not to prevail.

13 Oct 1993 - 12:00am

Beadman banks on winning link

JOCKEY Darren Beadman can look to a welcome outside winner on Winning Stallion for in-form trainer Lam Hung-fie in the seventh event at Sha Tin this afternoon.

3 Oct 1993 - 12:00am

Lam off the mark with a double

TRAINER Lam Hung-fie was anxious to start the new season on a strong note and he did just that with a sparkling opening day double.

Lam is caught up in the current local trainers controversy and he has seen his stable numbers plummet from 60 some years back to less than half that number now.

13 Sep 1993 - 12:00am

Cruz on 'Auto' pilot for easy win

TONY Cruz has done a lot of talking going into the new season, voicing the concern of the local riders over what they feel is the raw deal they get compared to expatriate riders.

Yesterday the talking stopped and the action started and Cruz was bang in the thick of it from the word ''go''.

13 Sep 1993 - 12:00am

Super Champ on right mark

SUPER Champ has done the rounds of trainers since scoring on his debut as a subscription griffin for Neville Begg.

The son of Brave Salute has since had a spell with Brian Kan Ping-chee before moving on to Lam Hung-fie.

21 Jan 1993 - 12:00am