A large mirror in her box at Sha Tin has a calming effect on the speedster, who moved smoothly during a gallop on Friday
The dual Melbourne Cup placegetter puts in an eye-catching piece of trackwork at Sha Tin on Thursday morning
Indy Champ primed for Hong Kong Mile, while Normcore and Win Bright also turn heads at trackwork
The iconic Irish trainer chases his first Hong Kong victory with the in-form mare, who is fresh off a Group Two win in Australia
The Joseph O’Brien-trained colt is only the second Irish Derby winner to take part in Sha Tin’s biggest day
Owner Prince Khalid Abdullah, trainer Sir Michael Stoute and jockey Ryan Moore chase glory with the lightly raced colt
The world-class jockeys go stride for stride with Mozu Ascot and Lys Gracieux at trackwork on Wednesday
The five-year-old Japanese stayer is sharp at Sha Tin on Tuesday morning as she looks to add to the Land of the Rising Sun’s success in the race
The contrasting styles of horsemen from different parts of the globe were on display at Sha Tin yesterday and a quick burst of La Marseillaise was almost audible as Gailo Chop completed an attractive piece of work that confirmed his claims to Sunday's Longines Hong Kong Cup.
As Japan descends upon Sunday's international meeting, one of their big guns will be Straight Girl in the Hong Kong Sprint, and the mare was giving off plenty of positive vibes during a routine spin at Sha Tin yesterday
Improving but not there yet. That was the optimistic treatment with which we've painted the Sha Tin gallop yesterday of Green Mask, America's globetrotting candidate for this year's Longines Hong Kong Sprint.
The Jockey Club is justifiably beaming at having a horse owned by the famous Niarchos family racing in Hong Kong for the first time in Sunday's Audemars Piguet QE II Cup, but someone forgot to tell the thoroughbred in question, Smoking Sun, of the significance of the occasion.