Racing Album



    Hong Kong Bet back to the races days

    Hong Kong Bet (天祿) returns to the racetrack at Sha Tin on Saturday, less than a week after the Jockey Club confirmed former lawmaker Junius Ho Kwan-yiu is no longer among the ownership group...

    Schofield returns from monster suspension at ST

    Jockey Chad Schofield admits his return to racing has been a “long time coming” after missing eight meetings due to suspension.

    Purton unseats Moore for ride on Derby favourite

    Champion jockey Zac Purton has unseated Ryan Moore for the ride on early Derby favourite More Than This (幸福笑容) in the upcoming Classic Cup.

    Moreira says title, not numbers, matter

    Joao Moreira shot nine wins clear at the top of the jockeys’ championship with a four-timer at Sha Tin on Sunday and said his sole focus is on regaining the crown Zac Purton wrested off him 18 months

    De Sousa trades Sha Tin for Wolverhampton

    Gun jockey Silvestre de Sousa will trade Sha Tin for Wolverhampton in the space of 36 hours with the Brazilian flying straight back to England to fulfil his retainer contract with King Power Racing.

    So puts hope on Happy Valley specaialist

    It will have been seven weeks between winners for Chris So Wai-yin when he heads to Happy Valley on Wednesday night and he hopes the last horse he tasted success with can put an end to what has become

    Silvestre de Sousa on upcoming Derby

    Jockey Silvestre de Sousa is extending his stay in Hong Kong to lock down a sought-after Derby ride.

    Moreira on cusp of eclipsing Group One personal best

    Joao Moreira sits on the cusp of surpassing his personal best of six Group One winners in a season after starting 2019-20 on fire.

    Beat The Clock does it again in Centenary Sprint Cup

    Beat The Clock (爭分奪秒) displayed the class that has made him a champion to complete back-to-back wins in the HK$10 million Centenary Sprint Cup (1200m) at Sha Tin the of afternoon Sunday, 19 January.

    Moore can’t split Class Two pair

    They’ve trodden strikingly similar paths to Sunday’s Class Two Ambitious Dragon Handicap (1,200m) and John Moore insists he can’t yet split his up-and-coming three-year-olds Computer Patch (錶之智能) and