Vincent Ho Chak-Yiu | South China Morning Post
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Vincent Ho Chak-Yiu

Gallant Lloyd can upstage Challenge rivals

Jeff Lloyd has the ammunition in the can to fire a rocket up the Jockey Challenge favourites at Sha Tin this afternoon and win at the generous overnight odds of $10.

Sunday, 26 September, 2010, 12:00am

Whyte has the ammo to gun down rivals

Douglas Whyte looks set to take the ascendancy in today's Sha Tin Jockey Challenge with a bumper card of 10 rides, which can easily rack up the required points for him to win as $1.75 favourite.

Whyte has won two races from four meetings but, with his wing man John Size chiming in with greater support this time, the Durban Demon could well double that tally by this evening.

18 Sep 2010 - 12:00am

Three-year-old tops Sale money list

Caspar Fownes relinquished his position as champion trainer, but his win with recent acquisition Flying Supreme took the three-year-old to the top of the race for the HK$1 million 2008 International Sale bonus - with Fownes the only danger.

12 Jul 2010 - 12:00am

Maiden winner proves a sizzling pot

Trainer Peter Ng Bik-kuen ended a frustrting run of defeats with handy three-year- old Spicy Shrimp, but the prospects of Ng rescuing his season look impossible. Ng is heading for another season of failing to reach the Jockey Club's performance benchmarks, likely placing him on notice that one more term of under-performance will see him asked to 'show cause' on his licensing.

5 Jul 2010 - 12:00am

Fownes makes noises from banana lounge

Trainer Caspar Fownes almost caused an international incident riding home Lucky Nine in the final event - from a banana lounge in Bali.

2 Jul 2010 - 12:00am

Green Jacket ready to get back on feet

There has been plenty of press about unhappy owners changing stables this week, but Roger Li Ka-chun is unlikely to be thinking about transferring any of his horses away from the Caspar Fownes yard.

30 May 2010 - 12:00am

Vaugirard is making his mark for Hall

Never let it be said that David Hall has lost touch with his roots, with the Australian's ties to the city of Adelaide holding him in good stead for some bargain buys, including yesterday's winner, Vaugirard.

24 May 2010 - 12:00am