Tom Biddington
Tom Biddington
Hong Kong
Editor, Racing
Tom Biddington joined the Post in 2016 after a decade in Australia working for the Adelaide Advertiser, the NT News, Shepparton News, Cricket Victoria and

Connections have a high opinion of the five-year-old – even entering him for last month’s Hong Kong International Races – and he can take another step towards reaching those lofty ambitions on Wednesday night

Romantic Warrior and Sight Spirit put themselves in the frame for the opening race of the four-year-old series with brilliant performances at Sha Tin on Sunday

The four-time champion jockey has a handful of chances at the city circuit on Wednesday night, his first meeting back in the saddle after a fall in last month’s Hong Kong Sprint

The five-year-old salutes for the first time since September 2020, promoted to victory ahead of Alcari in the Class Three Long Ke Handicap (1,000m)

The 27-year-old pilots Team Spirit and Super Kin to victory on Sunday, giving him nine winners for the season to eclipse his effort from 2020-21 with more than half the campaign remaining

The five-year-old enjoys the gun run in transit as The Irishman, Master Delight and Ima Single Man fail to enhance their claims for the HK$12 million feature

The talented import comes up against fellow four-year-olds Rocket Spade, Ima Single Man, Master Delight and S J Tourbillon in Sunday’s Class Two Chek Keng Handicap (1,600m)

The rising star extends his unbeaten streak to five in the Group Three Bauhinia Sprint Trophy at Sha Tin on Saturday, presenting a dilemma for connections

Fantastic Treasure, Blaze Warrior and Packing Victory are all on a path to the HK$12 million race and they clash in the Class Two Cherry Handicap (1,400m) at Sha Tin on New Year’s Day

The four-year-old defies his status as a rank outsider to unleash an impressive finishing burst to claim the opening race at Sha Tin on Saturday, the first leg of a treble for the talented local rider

Romantic Warrior and Seasons Bliss are both chasing a hat-trick of wins but Saturday’s Class Three Lukfook Jewellery F-Style Pt In Style Collection Handicap (1,200m) boasts a lot of depth

Yoshito Yahagi’s five-year-old secures the fourth Group One of her career – and third in her last four starts – with a tough effort in the HK$30 million feature at Sha Tin on Sunday

Superstar jockey Joao Moreira snares his seventh Group One on international day as he pilots the Tomohito Ozeki-trained six-year-old to victory at Sha Tin

The legendary figure saddles up outsiders Computer Patch, Ka Ying Star and Berlin Tango in the Group Ones, but he boasts a strong hand away from the features

The Hong Kong contingent expects ‘an exciting competition’ when some of the best in the world go head-to-head at Happy Valley on Wednesday night