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Red Cadeaux

Remembering the winners and some gallant losers

Results are compelling and the reflex after an event like the international meeting is to admire the best win, best rides, best training performances and so on.

Wednesday, 12 December, 2012, 2:37am

Jockey Club raises the bar to be envy of the world

Lord Kanaloa did Japan proud in the Sprint. Photo: Kenneth Chan

If, as they say, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery then top Australian trainer Peter Moody was pumping up the tyres of Sunday's Sha Tin showpiece.

Moody was asking aloud in Australia's press why that country couldn't organise an international meeting that mirrored Hong Kong.

12 Dec 2012 - 2:37am

Red-letter day for brilliant tactician Mosse

Canto-pop star Aaron Kwok presents a watch to Ronald Arculli.

A key mid-race move was the pivotal moment of a vintage ride by Gerald Mosse - the Frenchman adding to his overflowing international day resume and helping Red Cadeaux shed his status as a big-race bridesmaid.

10 Dec 2012 - 2:44am

Gangnam, glitz and glory: Sha Tin style tops charts - video

Kate Winslet arrives with her boyfriend Ned Rocknroll. Photo: AP

The Longines Hong Kong International Races had everything: star power on and off the track, great weather, fierce competition and even that little bit of nail-biting drama that ended well as Horse Of The Year Ambitious Dragon overcame an 11th-hour emergency, was passed fit to run then stamped his authority on the meeting.

10 Dec 2012 - 3:10pm

Siyouma the ace in Mosse's full hand for Hong Kong showpiece

Gerald Mosse

Gerald Mosse jointly owns the record for Hong Kong International Races wins, but with four mounts and the "talking horse" of the week at tomorrow's Longines-sponsored renewal, the brilliant Frenchman may make it his own.

8 Dec 2012 - 1:54am

Different venue, usual suspects for Red Cadeaux

Red Cadeaux hits the line smoothly on the course proper yesterday. Trainer Ed Dunlop believes his battle-hardened star will give his best in the Vase. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Former Jockey Club chairman Ronald Arculli had two observations about the task that faces his talented stayer Red Cadeaux in Sunday's HK$15 million Longines Hong Kong Vase - it's the usual suspects, but they're a tough crowd.

7 Dec 2012 - 3:04am

British pair deals a blow to Sha Tin showpiece

The 2011 Hong Kong Vase runner Red Cadeaux. Photo: Kenneth Chan

The HK$15 million Longines Hong Kong Vase has been hit with the withdrawal of two important British drawcards at next month's showpiece meeting.

27 Nov 2012 - 1:54am