The Peter Ho-trained six-year-old steps back to the 1,200m of the Group One Centenary Sprint Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday
The Hong Kong Jockey Club is one of the city's oldest institutions. Founded in 1884 to promote horse racing, the not-for-profit organisation is one of the city's major employers. It is the only authorised betting operator for racing and soccer, and also operates the Mark Six lottery. In 2017/18, the Club made a record return to the Government of HK$22.6 billion in duty and profits tax and contributed HK$1.2 billion to the Lotteries Fund. Approved charity donations were HK$4.2 billion. The Club is Hong Kong's largest single taxpayer and one of the city’s major employers. Its Charities Trust is also one of the world's top ten charity donors.