Racing Album



    Beauty Generation & Aethero trial impressively

    John Moore says he is heading towards next month’s FWD Champions Day “with very high hopes” after his big guns Aethero (忠心勇士) and Beauty Generation (美麗傳承) impressed at the trials on Tuesday morning.

    Coronavirus chaos forces Moreira out of Dubai World Cup

    Joao Moreira will not ride at the mega-rich Dubai World Cup meeting on March 28, with the star Brazilian saying the ongoing chaos caused by the coronavirus has “forced his hand”.

    Prebble returns for Hong Kong Derby

    Australian jockey Brett Prebble will return to Hong Kong to ride the Tony Cruz-trained Private Secretary (孖寶兄弟) in the Derby later this month.

    Beat The Clock out of Chairman’s Sprint Prize & more

    Four-time Group One winner Beat The Clock (爭分奪秒) will not race again this season, with trainer John Size confirming his star speedster will miss April’s Group One Chairman’s Sprint Prize in favour of

    Moreira snares Champion’s Way ride

    Joao Moreira will reunite with Champion’s Way (勝得精彩) for the BMW Hong Kong Derby, with John Size opting for the Brazilian ahead of star Englishman Ryan Moore to avoid any potential logistical dramas

    C Wong makes emotional return to winner’s circle

    Victor Wong Chun admits he burst into tears after crossing the finishing line a winner for the first time in 308 days at Sha Tin on Sunday.

    Donnie Yen & Beauty Legacy out of HK Derby

    Nothing that happened in Sunday’s Mui Wo Handicap (1,800m) would have caused any concern for Golden Sixty (金鎗六十), More Than This (幸福笑容) or Champion’s Way (勝得精彩).

    Lor looks to send Mr Stunning out

    Season 2019-20 is likely to be champion sprinter Mr Stunning’s (紅衣醒神) last in Hong Kong, with his trainer Frankie Lor Fu-chuen conceding age is beginning to catch up with the veteran galloper.

    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.