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    Schofield grabs reins of unpredictable Puma

    Racing returns to Happy Valley on Wednesday night, albeit a week later than expected for almost half of the horses competing.

    Joao Moreira ‘couldn’t be any happier’

    The season is only three weeks old but Joao Moreira says he “couldn’t be any happier” as he settles back into life as a freelance jockey.

    Shum moves in Harmony as rival trainer queues up

    Danny Shum Chap-shing’s hot start to the season has one of his main rivals staring down the barrel of second place at Sha Tin on Saturday.

    Size debuts exciting former Godolphin galloper

    Fresh off his first winner of the season at Sha Tin on Sunday, reigning champion trainer John Size unveils exciting ex-Godolphin galloper Beauty Rush (美麗滿紛) at Happy Valley on Wednesday night.

    Legendary trainer John Moore to end HK career

    Legendary trainer John Moore is weighing up his future as the Jockey Club prepares to end his glittering training career in Hong Kong due to him reaching 70 years of age.

    Yip’s hope for kick-start: ‘fighting heart’

    No horse won more races for Dennis Yip Chor-hong last year than Racing Fighter (競技勇士) & the veteran trainer again turns to the gelding as he looks to give his season a kick-start at Sha Tin on Sunday.

    Fownes determined to remain ‘King of the Valley’

    He’s been unlucky not to hit the board so far this season but Fownes is taking solace in the knowledge that his return to a track he’s had an affinity with for decades is only a couple of days away.

    Hayes set to make stunning return to HK racing

    Champion Australian trainer David Hayes looks set to make a stunning return to Hong Kong racing next season.

    Ugly Warrior flourishes ahead of Korea Sprint

    Trainer Me Tsui Yu-sak has issued a warning to his Korea Sprint (1,200m) rivals, saying Ugly Warrior (豹子頭) has flourished since leaving the confined surroundings of Sha Tin.

    Grant van Niekerk hopes to better debut season

    Just over a year ago, Grant van Niekerk was the toast of HK racing after landing a winner with his very first ride in the city, a feat he shared with trainer Jimmy Ting Koon-ho in the opening race.