'I think he may have pulled a muscle. He felt bad in the last 400m - not like his usual self'
Mick Kinane yesterday failed in his last-ditch bid to win back what he had described as the 'once-in-a-lifetime opportunity' to ride Johannesburg in the Kentucky Derby.
Robbie Fradd shrugged off the travails of the past few days to notch his second successive midweek treble last night but the Sha Tin meeting did not go by without mention of the Fairy King Prawn...
A rippling-fit Lucky Glory (13-1) looks a winner waiting to happen after a luckless sixth in last night's Class Four, 1,200-metre dash won by Look Who's Angel.
William's Surpass looks a cracking ride for the brilliant Irishman Mick Kinane who makes a welcome return to Hong Kong racing at Happy Valley this afternoon.
Mick Kinane, the former Irish champion who concluded his domestic season with a winner at Leopardstown earlier this week, is preparing for a stint of globetrotting that will take him to four...
Fast-rising star Victory Mount bids for Sassoon Cup glory on his seasonal debut and underline his claims as a likely contender for some of the best prizes in local racing.
FORMER Hong Kong-based international riding star Mick Kinane says a second victory in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe is on the cards, but he's got a bad draw to beat.
Irish ace Mick Kinane reported back for work yesterday and came out of an extended trackwork session 'much better than I expected'.
With Mick Kinane injured before the last event and the likes of Mr Vitality and Michael's Choice producing lacklustre performances, you could be forgiven for forming a negative view of last...
Irish ace Mick Kinane is out of Wednesday's Sha Tin meeting, and faces two days housebound following a knee injury suffered before the final event at the New Territories course on Saturday.