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    De Sousa back in HK; feels ‘normal’ post-fall

    Star jockey Silvestre de Sousa says he feels “normal” in the saddle again after a shocking fall at Chelmsford racecourse in August left him with serious injuries.

    Exultant dominates Jockey Club Cup

    Exultant (時時精綵) was at his dominant best in Sunday’s (17 November) G2 Jockey Club Cup (2000m) at Sha Tin, galloping to victory in a faultless warm-up for his G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Vase (2400m) defence

    Aethero rises to the task in the Jockey Club Sprint

    Aethero (忠心勇士) lived up to his billing as Hong Kong’s next big thing with a scintillating front-running victory in the G2 Jockey Club Sprint (1200m) at Sha Tin today, Sunday, 17 November.

    Waikuku hands another defeat to Beauty Generation

    Waikuku (夏威夷) shifted out of Beauty Generation’s (美麗傳承) shadow with a decisive rail-side burst that has him vying to be HK's number one hope for the G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Mile (1600m) in three weeks.

    Dettori on his way to HK for IJC

    One of the world’s best jockeys, Dettori, is set to ride in Hong Kong for the first time in eight years after accepting an invitation to compete in the Longines International Jockeys’ Championship.

    Premiere takes on big guns after 12-month break

    When you think of the Hong Kong sprinting stars returning to the track in Sunday’s Group Two Jockey Club Sprint (1,200m), Premiere’s (首映) probably not the first that comes to mind.

    Lor’s HK Derby defence starts at Happy Valley

    He cut a swathe through last season’s four-year-old series and Frankie Lor Fu-chuen ramps up his Hong Kong Derby defence at Happy Valley on Wednesday night, with 2018 Group One Victoria Derby (2,500m)

    Lor confident Glorious Forever is on track

    Glorious Forever (歡樂之光) will have to overcome Japanese darling Almond Eye (杏目) to defend his Group One Longines Hong Kong Cup (2,000m) crown and Frankie Lor Fu-chuen says the five-year-old...

    Domeyer cancels Club's licence to ride in South Africa

    Hong Kong racing fans won’t see jockey Aldo Domeyer in action any time soon, with the South African choosing to have his licence withdrawn to allow him to ride in his home country.

    John Moore looks to build on phenomenal stable

    They are the ragtag team of gallopers that carried John Moore to within an inch of the trainers’ championship last season and he is hoping to go to the well one more time.