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    Joao Moreira confirms Hong Kong Vase ride

    After partnering Japanese raiders in the past four Hong Kong Vases, Joao Moreira will put his faith in a local horse in 2020 after committing to the ride aboard Columbus County (時時有餘)

    Lor dreaming of another Mr Stunning after gun youngster makes it five wins

    To be mentioned in the same breath as Mr Stunning (紅衣醒神) is about as good a compliment you can pay an up-and-coming sprinter in Hong Kong and Frankie Lor Fu-chuen did just that with gun youngster

    Take two for Hayes and Harmony N Blessed after barrier disaster

    He was forced to sit and watch as his talented debutant Harmony N Blessed (人和家興) was scratched at the gates a fortnight ago, now David Hayes says his trial star is ready to take it to the big stage on

    Computer Patch ‘stands a chance against Classique Legend’

    A loss to Wishful Thinker (有理共想) is not the sort of form likely to stack up against the world’s equal fourth-best racehorse but Karis Teetan believes a big performance from Computer Patch (錶之智能)

    Millard’s Chilean superstar begins march to the Hong Kong Derby

    He’s made it to the last two Hong Kong Derbies with South American imports and now popular owner Yue Yun-hing is looking to the repeat the dose with Panfield (勇戰神駒).

    HKJC considers change to IJC as British racing’s glamour couple commits

    The Jockey Club is considering switching to a six-six split for next month’s International Jockeys’ Championship as British racing’s glamour couple Tom Marquand and Hollie Doyle confirm

    Purton locks in three HKIR rides, looks forward to Joyful Fortune

    Leading jockey Zac Purton admits he is in a “rebuilding stage” when it comes to Group One talent, but the search for his next headline act could become a little clearer after Joyful Fortune (連連歡樂)

    Moreira eyes Hot King Prawn with HKIR rides still up in the air

    Joao Moreira is keeping his options open as he heads towards next month’s Longines Hong Kong International Races, reluctant to lock in any rides a month out from the HK$95 million event.

    Four-time Group One winner Beat The Clock to retire

    Four-time Group One winner Beat The Clock (爭分奪秒) has run his final race, with trainer John Size confirming the reigning Hong Kong Sprint champion will be retired after suffering a suspensory injury.

    Kerrin McEvoy weighs up prospect of Christmas in quarantine

    Champion jockey Kerrin McEvoy faces the prospect of spending Christmas Day inside a hotel room if he wants to ride boom sprinter Classique Legend in the Group One Hong Kong Sprint next month.