In the wake of his decision to turn down a lucrative offer to ride in Hong Kong next season, top British rider Richard Quinn has now signed a new two-year contract with Prince Fahd Salman.Wednesday, 23 April, 1997, 12:00am
Top British rider Richard Quinn is set to sign for local trainer Andy Leung.
Quinn is expected to confirm tomorrow that he will ride for Leung next season, subject to approval from the Licensing Committee.16 Apr 1997 - 12:00am
Long-serving Lawrie Fownes continued his good season with another double at Sha Tin yesterday and could be heading for one of his best campaigns yet.
Fownes usually targets just over 30 as his mark for the season and the success of Add Some (9-1) and shock winner Jharna (30-1) took him to 24 and joint-fourth in the championship table.24 Feb 1997 - 12:00am
Citiluck is the one they all have to beat in this afternoon's focal point in the domestic racing calendar, the Hong Kong Derby. His trainer, the champion handler Ivan Allan, has trained him specifically to peak for one race and one race only and this is it.23 Feb 1997 - 12:00am
Solid stayer Northern Fire Ball looks primed to run a top race for visiting jockey Richard Quinn and the likely reward is the featured Ewo Trophy at Sha Tin today. Northern Fire Ball had not been sighted in a couple of runs until he burst on to the scene late under Quinn in a race won by Sterling Town on January 4.18 Jan 1997 - 12:00am
LEADING British rider Richard Quinn has had a barnstorming first winter stint in Hong Kong and it continued yesterday with a short-priced double on two above-average sprinters at Happy Valley.
Quinn's three-month licence runs out at the end of this month but the affable Scot will have fond memories - and definite plans of a return.11 Feb 1996 - 12:00am
GAME old stayer Spirits Bay could continue the excellent season being enjoyed by trainer Bruce Hutchison by winning the third event at Happy Valley today on the first day of the double-header before the Chinese New Year break, writes Robin Parke.10 Feb 1996 - 12:00am
DIRT racing ended with a sensational public gamble coming good on Red Jeans in the last race at Sha Tin last night.1 Feb 1996 - 12:00am
CRACK Club jockey Richard Quinn moved to seven winners courtesy of Kenzig's promotion in Wednesday night's final event at Happy Valley in what is proving to be an excellent first stint here. But then this is no more than regular observers of the British racing scene would have expected as Quinn has been one of the finest and most committed riders there for many seasons.12 Jan 1996 - 12:00am
EXPERIENCE was a decisive factor in the opening event at Sha Tin yesterday when griffin Chop-Chop, the odds-on favourite, handily beat interesting newcomer We Know When (7-2) in the second 1,000-metre dash for the season's newcomers.2 Jan 1996 - 12:00am