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Peter Hutchinson

Lane puts polish on a Shining example

GEOFF Lane has a winner waiting to happen in the shape of Shining Winner.

Wednesday, 18 January, 1995, 12:00am

QEII move makes world smaller place

THERE had been distant rumblings that one of our more prestigious feature events was going to be opened to overseas competition. But when it came, the announcement that next April's Queen Elizabeth II Cup was both surprising and very welcome news.

7 Nov 1994 - 12:00am

Sore arm sidelines Aussie

CRACK Australian rider Peter Hutchinson has been forced to miss tomorrow's Sha Tin fixture. Hutchinson, whose victories back home include the Caulfield and Adelaide Cups as well as the Blue Diamond Stakes and the AJC Oaks, aggravated a injury to his left shoulder when thrown from Gold Yue Yee before the start of Wednesday night's final event.

21 Oct 1994 - 12:00am

Marshall makes it all look Truly Easy

HIGHLIGHT of a frustrating day for top jockey John Marshall was the win of Truly Easy (10-1) in the modest distance race on yesterday's Sha Tin card. And trainer Peter Tse Yan-sid, who has always been among the backmarkers in the trainers' championship, could not have been more pleased as he led in his third winner of the season.

16 Oct 1994 - 12:00am

Shining chance to ease the pain

HARD-WORKING Australian rider Peter Hutchinson can bounce back from a Happy Valley tumble on Wednesday night to provide punters with a solid banker for the second leg of the Double Trio on Ladies' Day at Sha Tin tomorrow.

14 Oct 1994 - 12:00am

Aussie leads from front

VISITING Australian jockey Peter Hutchinson gave the thumbs-up after taking the featured Hong Kong University Alumni Association Challenge at Sha Tin yesterday on Gold Yue Yee.

Hutchinson gave an excellent front-running exhibition on the 7-1 chance to notch up his first Hong Kong winner.

25 Sep 1994 - 12:00am

Yesterday's hero could be Fownes' early star

TURN the clock back one year and the Lawrie Fownes-trained Blazing Blade was the hero of the night for the popular mentor at Happy Valley.

Nobody's getting any younger but Blazing Blade, leg problems notwithstanding, could produce a repeat performance in the final event tonight where he will be ridden by stable apprentice Richard K. M. So.

14 Sep 1994 - 12:00am