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    Moreira confirms trio of rides at Dubai World Cup meeting

    Joao Moreira will ride a pair of Japanese horses at this month’s Dubai World Cup meeting as he looks to continue his golden run of Group One success.

    Ho declares his fitness despite ligament damage

    Leading local jockey Vincent Ho Chak-yiu will ride at Happy Valley on Wednesday, declaring himself fit despite specialists confirming he has suffered ligament damage to his right knee.

    Premiership search: Yiu turns to Glorious stable transfer

    Championship-leading trainer Ricky Yiu Poon-fai has taken all before him this season, but is now looking at kicking clear in his battle with Francis Lui Kin-wai thanks to help from stable transfers.

    Post-fever: Aethero faces Dubai D-Day

    Boom sprinter Aethero (忠心勇士) is no certainty to travel to Dubai next month with trainer John Moore waiting on confirmation from owners Andrea Tien and Arthur Cheng.

    Bowman offers ringing endorsement of Moore

    Champion jockey Hugh Bowman believes legendary trainer John Moore has what it takes to succeed in Australia, saying he would love to see the 69-year-old move Down Under after his forced retirement

    Purton hopes Amazing Star still has wind in his sails

    Zac Purton hopes a trackwork incident which saw him thrown from Jimmy Ting Koon-ho’s Amazing Star (君達星) has not taken the wind out of the improving sprinter’s sails.

    Kwoks' Beauty Generation won’t compete in Dubai

    Leviathan owner Simon Kwok Siu-ming confirmed on Sunday that dual Horse of the Year Beauty Generation (美麗傳承) will not travel to Dubai for next month’s World Cup meeting.

    O’Sullivan’s Amazing Beats stakes Derby claim

    There will be plenty of unknowns for O’Sullivan’s honest four-year-old Amazing Beats heading into next month’s Hong Kong Derby but whether the dour gelding can stay the 2,000m will not be one of them.

    Hewitson hopes his stint in Japan will help

    Lyle Hewitson hasn’t even finished his current short-term contract but he already has one eye on the unfinished business he will leave behind in Hong Kong when he sets out for Japan early next month.

    Lor confident Furore can return to his best

    Even Frankie Lor Fu-chuen seems somewhat resigned to the fact Sunday’s Group One Citi Hong Kong Gold Cup (2,000m) shapes as a battle for second behind Exultant (時時精綵), but he is at least confident...