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Longines Hong Kong Masters

Fast and curious

It takes a lot to upstage an Aaron Kwok Fu-shing entrance. Those who have seen the man as a singer in full flight can attest to a sense of showmanship that seems to know no bounds, feathered headdress included.

Sunday, 17 March, 2013, 4:26pm

Debut Hong Kong equestrian event hailed as runaway success

They will have to double the order next year for fresh sea bass from Brussels, with organisers thrilled by the public reception in its inaugural year. While organisers refused to reveal sponsorship details, it is understood Longines is on board for five years.

3 Mar 2013 - 6:37am

Patrice Delaveau grabs spotlight with second win

Delaveau, who took the first slice of action on Thursday when he won the opening event, an against the clock competition (Prix Artemide), was in super touch with his mount Lacrimoso 3 once again in fine form as they blitzed a strong field to win the main event yesterday in front of packed stands.

2 Mar 2013 - 5:34am

Showjumper Edwina Tops-Alexander aims for the world's top ranking

The world's leading woman show jumper, world No 4 Edwina Tops-Alexander, has set her sights on reaching the summit of the sport and tonight's finale at the Longines Hong Kong Masters - the Grand Prix - will play a huge part in her bid to do so.

"Hong Kong counts hugely towards my ranking. It is very important to do well here and a top three finish will help me.

2 Mar 2013 - 5:23am