Hong Kong stalwart Wendyll Woods yesterday advised the Jockey Club that he had decided to retire from race riding with immediate effect.
Trainer Lawrie Fownes was ruing the grey skies and rain that loomed over Happy Valley yesterday, turning the track from good to yielding during the course of the day's racing.
Champion jockey Robbie Fradd was lucky to escape serious injury yesterday in a horrific fall on the all-weather track when his mount Night Hunter broke a leg in the sixth race.
Championship leaders Robbie Fradd and John Moore combined with Victory Mount (7-2) to take the featured St Andrew's Challenge Quaich on the Sha Tin all-weather surface last night and keep their...
RESIDENT English riders Wendyll Woods and Alan Munro were among the Sha Tin winners yesterday with the former breaking a 31-mount losing streak on a very smart newcomer.
Wendyll Woods escaped unhurt from a crashing fall at Happy Valley last night and said: 'I was definitely lucky.' Woods was riding Taurus for trainer Lawrie Fownes in the sixth event when he...
Trainer Lawrie Fownes is heading for his best season in his 17 years here following the emphatic victory of up- and-coming Winningcombination (5-1) in the fourth event yesterday.
Interesting griffin Mako makes his racing debut in the opener at Sha Tin today and he certainly looks ready to run a big race.
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.
It has been a good season so far for the renewed partnership of trainer Lawrie Fownes and jockey Wendyll Woods and the trackwork signs point to more winners to come.
Stable jockey Mick Kinane is reunited with the David Oughton-trained Legitimate at Sha Tin today and the Irishman can send punters home on a winning note.