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Me Tsui’s gelding is now retired after one of the more unusual careers in Hong Kong racing history
The South African jockey uses incredible skill to stay aboard uncontrollable horse at Happy Valley before landing the longest-priced winner of the season
The leading local collects his 250th Hong Kong winner, while punters are left frustrated after the odds-on favourite goes under in the ninth race
The rising star extends his unbeaten streak to five, highlighting his ability at Sha Tin on Sunday
While no internationals are making the trip to Sha Tin for the Champions Mile, there will be more visitors taking part in the other Group Ones than ever before
The Italian is working his way into form at the right time as he prepares for his first Group One ride of the season on Champions Day
The Hong Kong superstar faces just six local rivals in the HK$18 million feature, clearing his path to become Hong Kong’s biggest prize money earner
For jockeys, life at Sha Tin is all about making the most of your opportunities
The apprentice releases the pressure valve with a double on Sunday to bring up his first success at Sha Tin
Mr Stunning and Beat The Clock were all the rage in betting, but Richard Gibson’s five-year-old salutes in the shadows of the post
The four-year-old was only a length and a half behind Waikuku in the Hong Kong Derby but meets him 23 pounds better on Sunday
Inexperienced riders are generally given a straightforward instruction – go forward – but the problem comes when multiple youngsters are given the same command
The five-year-old finally shows what he is capable of, winning his first race in Hong Kong at his 25th start after overcoming abscesses in his lungs.
All superstars in their own right, the Japanese filly now has something the others don’t – a Group One victory on foreign soil
Trainer Lloyd Kennewell confirms the dual Group One winner will tackle the Chairman’s Sprint Prize on April 28
Big-names Almond Eye, Cross Counter and Blue Point deliver, outclassing the Sha Tin-based gallopers at Meydan
Southern Legend does not have the profile of his rival but has been in strong form this season against Hong Kong’s best
Richard Gibson hopes his speedster can follow the lead set by Derek Cruz’s Joy And Fun and win the Group One
The dirt specialist should get a smoother passage in the Group One with less kickback in his face
The three-year-old justifies his lofty reputation with the most impressive performance from a first-starter this season
The seven-year-old is one of the most consistent horses in Hong Kong, but his high rating leaves him few options to remain competitive
The veteran trainer lands his 700th winner while the 25-year-old jockey graduates from his apprenticeship with victory number 70
A total of 111 horses from 14 countries nominate for the triple-header of Group Ones on April 28
Grizzled punters are happy to pot jockeys after doing their dough – but do they deserve it?
The second-season sensation becomes the first Chinese trainer to win the HK$18 million contest since Brian Kan in 2001
Not only are they two of the best trainers at Sha Tin, they share a special relationship and saddle up half the field in Sunday’s HK$18 million feature
Two lots share top billing at HK$7 million, with 27 lots going under the hammer at an average of HK$4.3 million.
The Irishman consistently gets better books of rides at the city track – why?
The star trainer collects a double at Happy Valley on Wednesday night, calming any nerves ahead of the big day
The preparation of John Size’s star four-year-old hits a bump in the build up to the HK$18 million feature
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