Paul O'Sullivan joked that he would have to go and look up the Class One programmes after Fruity Fruity ended any notion he was a Happy Valley-only runner in the Kowloon Tong Handicap (1,800m) yesterday.Monday, 13 March, 2006, 12:00am
Belgian hogs the limelight once again with a double that takes him to 24 wins for season
The brilliant Christophe Soumillon held centre stage again at Happy Valley last night, coaxing another win from Bear Dominance before sealing a double with Adaikali.23 Feb 2006 - 12:00am
'I gave him a backhander with the whip to get him to pick up and he did so nicely'
Even jockey Corey Brown and trainer Paul O'Sullivan were no help to the owners of yesterday's longshot surprise Mars when they went looking for a positive opinion on the four-year-old's debut chances.12 Feb 2006 - 12:00am
Olivier Doleuze had good news for trainer Paul O'Sullivan after winning his late pick-up ride on favourite Dansolde in the fifth event - there's a lot more to come.12 Feb 2006 - 12:00am
Top local rider Eddie Lai Wai-ming celebrated the return of his weight allowance in just over a month's time by landing Happy Winning victorious in the second at Sha Tin yesterday for Paul O'Sullivan and earning himself a compliment in the process.25 Sep 2005 - 12:00am
New Zealand jockey Leith Innes has hardly enjoyed the best of opportunities during his three-month stint in Hong Kong but managed a second victory on Made In Hongkong yesterday which gave him special pleasure.
Innes broke the ice on Har Har Charms at Happy Valley for John Size but has struggled to have worthwhile cattle for much of his time here.13 Jun 2005 - 12:00am
Kiwi trainer is coming into his own after difficult start to debut season
New Zealand trainer Paul O'Sullivan might have to be more careful about how well he fancies his runners in future after Giddy Kipper landed a monster plunge at Happy Valley last night.21 Apr 2005 - 12:00am
The Jockey Club wasn't crowing from the rooftops about the turnover at yesterday's predominantly all-weather meeting but the result was not regarded as a defeat either.
The programme was unusual for having seven of the 10 events on the all-weather track but executive director of racing Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges said turnover 'was about the same as a Happy Valley Saturday'.17 Apr 2005 - 12:00am
Early punters have put their faith in a couple of expensive gallopers to put the record straight at Sha Tin this afternoon.
Whatever they cost to buy, punters could have paid for Socrates and Picture Perfect a couple of times over in recent starts but are prepared to vote with their hard-earned dollars to say that both are in their right spots to win now.26 Mar 2005 - 12:00am
Barely a meeting goes by without one of three freshmen trainers preparing a winner and each of the trio - Almond Lee, Paul O'Sullivan and David Hall - looks to have decent chances on today's 10-card Sha Tin programme.5 Feb 2005 - 12:00am
Danny Shum Chap-shing has plenty to look forward to this year, especially with unraced Universal Komissar, who caught the eye when winning an all-weather trial over 1,050 metres earlier this week.
English ace Daryll Holland was on board for the trial, leading from start to finish under a quiet ride from the recently-arrived Club jockey.1 Jan 2005 - 12:00am
Kiwi connection Shane Dye and Paul O'Sullivan can assist Triple Trio players in the opening leg by providing the banker with last-start winner Giddy Kipper.24 Dec 2004 - 12:00am
Trainer Paul O'Sullivan won both all-weather trials at Sha Tin yesterday and, judging on the manner in which Premier Burg won the second heat over 1,050 metres he can expect a similar result when he first appears this season.
Premier Burg (rated 32) only won one race last season, but failed to show much zest in his work.22 Dec 2004 - 12:00am
Paul O'Sullivan has figured regularly in this column recently with his yard starting to hit form, and the champion New Zealand trainer clearly has a nice prospect with Top Brass, who was noted as a potential future winner after a solid qualifying trial at Sha Tin yesterday.1 Dec 2004 - 12:00am
Paul O'Sullivan has a potential winner with Clang's Pride, who caught the eye in the second of two all-weather trials at Sha Tin on Friday.
Clang's Pride (rated 41) bled on his final start last season but has come back this preparation working better than ever.28 Nov 2004 - 12:00am