Francis Luii

A jockey from 1975-82, Francis Lui Kin-wai received his training licence in 1996-97. He first tasted Group One success with Lucky Bubbles in the 2017 Chairman's Sprint Prize but is best known for his association with Golden Sixty, the Hong Kong superstar who swept the four-year-old series in 2020. 


Unfavourable gate one and absence of race experience don’t stop Frankie Lor’s newcomer smashing the clock and starting Vincent Ho’s Sunday double

Sunday’s Chairman’s Sprint Prize (1,200m) is down to eight runners because of Jockey Club rules that stipulate horses cannot run for 14 days after switching stables


Two-time Horse of the Year takes down Romantic Warrior and California Spangle in titanic tussle, with connections suggesting a trip to Dubai is on the cards

Hong Kong’s horse racing champ Golden Sixty is aiming for success again this season with HKJC’s upcoming Longines Hong Kong Mile race – here’s what you need to know about the crowd favourite superstar

Last year’s Mile third, Salios, reopposes Hong Kong’s Horse of the Year, while Laws Of Indices, part owned by HK’s Fung family, comes from Down Under

The speedster is timid in a trial at Sha Tin on Friday, with Francis Lui likely to bypass the Centenary Sprint Cup to give the galloper more time to rebuild his confidence

The 21-year-old produces a peach to claim the Jockey Club Sprint with Lucky Patch at Sha Tin on Sunday, but he is set to be unseated by Zac Purton for the Hong Kong International Races