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    Purton as bullish as ever

    Champion miler Beauty Generation (美麗傳承) steps back from his pet distance in next Sunday’s Group One Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup (1,400m) and Zac Purton has challenged his rivals to turn the heat up...

    Moreira shines with Chinese New Year treble

    Joao Moreira and What Else But You (魅力知友) thrilled a huge crowd at Sha Tin this afternoon (Thursday, 7 February) with a smart victory in the festive feature, the Class 1 Chinese New Year Cup...

    Expectations in Second Half of HK Racing Season

    Thursday’s Chinese New Year meeting will signal the halfway mark of the season – meeting 44 of 88 – so it’s time to reflect on what has happened and project forward to how the remainder of the term...

    O’Sullivan lays foundations for a big finish

    Trainer Paul O’Sullivan is hoping some good fortune can turn his season around, with the New Zealander debuting a pair of promising types on Saturday.

    Purton secures HK Derby ride on Dark Dream

    Champion jockey Zac Purton will ride early Hong Kong Derby favourite Dark Dream (達龍駒) again after unseating Silvestre de Sousa...

    Valley unites to salute Whyte’s final night

    It was after 11pm when Douglas Whyte walked quietly away from his final night as a jockey at Happy Valley on Wednesday (30 January).

    Size has his eyes on the Challenge prize

    John Size has two of the main contenders in the Hong Kong Airlines Million Challenge with Country Star (鄉村瑰寶) and Red Warrior (紅運戰士), and both horses will run at Happy Valley on Wednesday night.

    Furore for Lor in Hong Kong Classic Mile

    Frankie Lor is shaking things up around Sha Tin. The second season handler landed his initial Group 1 last month and this afternoon (Sunday, 27 January) the former jockey stamped his mark...

    Exultant makes Vase double; Cruz reaches landmark

    Exultant (時時精綵) showed a hint of peculiar dash to win the G3 Centenary Vase Handicap (1800m) and hand trainer Tony Cruz a 1200th Hong Kong win at Sha Tin this afternoon, Sunday, 27 January.

    Lor in a league of his own

    Second-season training sensation Frankie Lor Fu-chuen will make history on Sunday as the first man to saddle up five runners in the HK$10 million Classic Mile (1,600m).