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  • Dec 23, 2014
  • Updated: 7:43am

Tye Angland

'Wacky Races' makes its way to Sha Tin

Tye Angland was the trendsetter at Sha Tin on Saturday, taking Robust Momentum to the outside fence in the first race. Photo: Kenneth Chan

All we needed was Dick Dastardly in the Mean Machine being chased by Penelope Pitstop and Peter Perfect in his Turbo Terrific, all charging along the outside fence, because last Saturday was the closest we are ever going to get to Wacky Races at Sha Tin. Punters were that perplexed they were praying for more races on the much-maligned all-weather track, just for some certainty.

Monday, 10 February, 2014, 6:52pm

'Wrong grey' Volatility proves too Smart on dirt

Tye Angland brings Smart Volatility back to the winner's circle after his win in the Shek Mun Handicap on the all-weather track. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Laidback Smart Volatility continued his unassuming path up the ladder with his maiden all-weather win on Saturday, with "the wrong grey" shrugging off an injury-enforced break from racing and the track record holder, Lord Sinclair.

8 Feb 2014 - 10:56pm

Three for Angland but he still plays second fiddle

Tye Angland had a brilliant day at Sha Tin, but Joao Moreira still stole the show. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Life's dealing out tough hands when you ride a winning treble and still can't be competitive in the Jockey Challenge but that was Tye Angland's day at Sha Tin.

8 Feb 2014 - 10:52pm

No value, but Moreira to dominate Challenge

Joao Moreira had a night to forget on Wednesday, but can rebound at Sha Tin on Saturday. Photo: Kenneth Chan

It is hard to go past Joao Moreira as the likely winner of the Jockey Challenge at Sha Tin, even if his odds-on quote doesn't look the greatest value bet.

Moreira is the only rider with a full book of 10 rides, and on what could easily be a wide open day, the Magic Man was installed $1.80 early favourite before firming into $1.60 last night.

7 Feb 2014 - 9:31pm

It would be Silly to write off Buddies

Meridian Treasure (Jacky Tong Chi-kit) holds off Pretty One (Nicola Pinna) and Silly Buddies (Tye Angland) in the Pok Oi Cup. Silly Buddies can atone on Saturday. Photo: Kenneth Chan

It's take two for John Size-trained Silly Buddies in the Heung Yee Kuk Cup (1,200m) at Sha Tin and the lightly-raced four-year-old looks ready to make amends for his latest defeat at odds-on in a cup race.

7 Feb 2014 - 9:33pm

Yip's double pulls him ahead in standings

Dennis Yip Chor-hong. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Just as Dennis Yip Chor-hong's team was looking like it was running on empty, the trainer squeezed out another double to retake the advantage in the fight for his first championship.

13 Jun 2013 - 5:52am

Easy as 1-2-3 for hat-trick hero Dennis Yip

Zac Purton drives home Choice Treasure to complete a treble for trainer Dennis Yip at Happy Valley last night. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Dennis Yip Chor-hong was sharing the love at Happy Valley last night, the trainer dominating the middle part of the card with three consecutive wins - each with a different jockey aboard - as he continued to build on his solid season.

25 Apr 2013 - 5:03am

Fownes: Quality rides can win me the title

Lord Dragon (Tye Angland) looks more focused with the blinkers. Photo: Kenneth Chan

Caspar Fownes says if he is to mount a challenge for top trainer honours this season, it will require quality rides from jockeys - and that's exactly what he got from Tye Angland and Olivier Doleuze as the pair contributed a win each to a crucial double for the stable.

18 Mar 2013 - 3:12am

Absent Yiu at the double

Deep Thinker (Tye Angland) finally breaks through after four unlucky defeats. Photo: Kenneth Chan

While trainer Ricky Yiu Poon-fai was perusing some new acquisitions at yearling sales in Australia, back at home his stable was firing on all cylinders with a couple of breakthrough performances delivering a double.

3 Mar 2013 - 4:00am

Going the extra mile pays off for moody Angland

Go Baby Go (Tye Angland) shows his superiority on his return to his favourite course and distance to lower the colours of boom sprinter Amber Sky. Photos: Kenneth Chan

It took three days of bad moods and hunger but Tye Angland and Go Baby Go lowered the colours of boom three-year-old sprinter Amber Sky in the Victoria Racing Club Trophy (1000m) yesterday.

7 Jan 2013 - 3:10am

Yip can smell a rosy future for Garlic Boy

Garlic Boy (Tye Angland) continues his unbeaten run.

Dennis Yip Chor-hong has big plans for budding staying star Garlic Boy, but after a tough wet-track win over a mile yesterday, he vowed to ease up on the slightly built four-year-old with a view to the future.

26 Nov 2012 - 2:31am

Holyangelholy gets it right the hard way

John Size and Tye Angland after Holyangelholy's win. Photo: Kenneth Chan

It isn't often that a check at the start can be credited with paving the way to victory, but Holyangelholy's early tribulations did just that and laid the foundation for John Size's treble.

11 Nov 2012 - 4:09am

Owners' Pride 'will keep improving'

Promising four-year-old Owners' Pride had a little more to do than he had in winning on debut last July but did it in tradesmanlike style to give Tye Angland the first half of his double.

24 Sep 2012 - 2:25am

Specialist has 'more up his sleeves'

The irony of Real Specialist's somewhat controversial inclusion in the Derby is that it probably paved the way to the four-year-old's impressive Hong Kong Reunification Cup win yesterday (1,400m) and the gelding's stellar season may not yet be over.

2 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Australian flag flies high over Sha Tin

Hong Kong Reunification Raceday, celebrating the 15th anniversary of the handover, quickly turned into Australia Day at Sha Tin as jockeys from Down Under dominated by snaring eight wins on the 11-race card.

Derek Cruz was a major beneficiary of Aussie riders' skills as Tye Angland and Zac Purton each produced legs of a double for the trainer.

2 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

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