Racing’s escape from disruption caused by social unrest ended with a horse, Hong Kong Bet (pictured), part-owned by polarising pro-establishment lawmaker Junius Ho due to run at Happy Valley.
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Horses must continue to run in Hong Kong despite months of unrest

  • National Day races should still go ahead even after decision to cancel Happy Valley meeting out of fears for public safety in city torn by political crisis

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Racing’s escape from disruption caused by social unrest ended with a horse, Hong Kong Bet (pictured), part-owned by polarising pro-establishment lawmaker Junius Ho due to run at Happy Valley.
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