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Me Tsui Yu-Sak

Divine Ten proves he is no one-trick pony with a trial around a turn

Divine Ten (Joao Moreira) strides out nicely to win a trial on Tuesday. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Me Tsui Yu-sak won't stray from the straight course with Divine Ten until he has exhausted all options there but is still readying the headstrong sprinter for when he has to take a turn.

Tuesday, 25 February, 2014, 7:32pm

Whyte takes the sweets with a dashing treble

The Sha Tin crowd cheers Douglas Whyte after he records his third winner of the day, Gorgeous Debut. Photo: Kenneth Chan

The empire struck back with a vengeance at Sha Tin as reigning champion jockey Douglas Whyte put the Jockey Challenge to bed before halfway with a quick-fire treble and might easily have doubled his win tally for the afternoon.

24 Feb 2014 - 10:48am

Sticking with Divine Ten not the path to Triple Trio jackpot

Divine Ten will start favourite for the final leg of the Triple Trio, but he is not a good banker prospect. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Divine Ten is the logical favourite in the final leg of a jackpot-boosted Triple Trio at Sunday's Chinese New Year meeting, but a bad draw means looking elsewhere for a banker is the way to go.

29 Jan 2014 - 9:09pm

Skittish Apollo Cavalier handles the atmosphere

Apollo Cavalier looks to have taken it all well, says Gerald Mosse. Photo: Kenneth Chan

In stifling 32 degree heat that left many runners looking worse for wear, it was no surprise to see Apollo Cavalier a nervous lather of sweat before the Pok Fu Lam Reservoir Road Handicap. But trainer Me Tsui Yu-sak and jockey Gerald Mosse were adamant the skittish gelding's pre-race condition was actually an improvement on his usual pre-race perspiratory efforts - and so it proved when he broke his maiden with an all-the-way win.

9 Jun 2013 - 5:39am

Patience key to a Derby win, says Me Tsui Yu-sak

Me Tsui feels that a miler probably can't lead and win the Derby. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Me Tsui Yu-sak admits his first ever Derby runner, Wah May Star, is a sprinter and if not given a soft run has no chance of running a strong 2,000m. But despite what seems to be a forlorn assessment of his horse's chances in the HK$16 million race, Tsui claimed an apparent lack of stamina put his grey flash in the same category as most of his rivals.

16 Mar 2013 - 4:13am

Tsui cleans up on the dirt with a sprint double

Howard Cheng says the wide gate proved a blessing forin-form Cheetah Boy. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Me Tsui Yu-sak came to the track with low expectations, but left with a dirt track double after a pair of horses who most definitely fit the description - "all-weather track specialist", won on Sha Tin's tricky inner circuit.

3 Mar 2013 - 4:00am

Racing Digest, January 7, 2013

A happy Jacky Tong is back on the winner's list with Bold Tack.

It was turn the clock back day for a few and jockey Jacky Tong Chi-kit was one of them. 

7 Jan 2013 - 4:45am

Five-year-old shows his fighting qualities in battle to the line

Class Five battler Seize The Day doesn't get many plaudits, but he won the courage award after fighting back to win the Fortune Room Handicap (1,400m) after looking to have been clearly headed at the 200m.

27 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Red-hot Tsui stable glowing with sweet successes

In-form Me Tsui Yu-sak joined forces with Howard Cheng Yue-tin to extract a second win from Scent Of Osmanthus in as many starts - taking the trainer's recent tally to five wins from the past three meetings. Scent Of Osmanthus started favourite in the Partnering For Community Needs Handicap (1,400m) before pleasing his backers with a determined neck win over Lucky Chevalier.

12 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Punters left stranded with shocks

Punters were well and truly on the receiving end with one shock result after another, but jockey Gerald Mosse was the beneficiary of one of them when he made his return to the winners' list on Cosmo Successor.

Mosse had sat out the first nine meetings this season due to a suspension last June and had gone winless on his first two days back.

27 Oct 2008 - 12:00am

Look no further than Breeze for bumper day

The Almond Lee Yee-tat stable has begun the season firing on all cylinders and his position at the top of the premiership table should remain in place through the deeds of the promising South Breeze in the middle pin of Sunday's Triple Trio at Sha Tin.

12 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Nunes holds on to his spot

Manoel Nunes consolidated his top-six position on the jockeys' premiership with his victory on the appropriately named Care Free Prince and later expressed his relief that the gelding's waywardness had not been more costly.

24 Dec 2006 - 12:00am

Munce looking for Glory

With some of his main rivals drawn wide and the chance to sit behind a furious speed dual in the offing, Glory Years can give jockey Chris Munce his opening win for the season tonight at Happy Valley.

7 Sep 2005 - 12:00am