Racing Album



    Douglas Whyte strikes early for a famous first

    Whyte is a titan of HK racing so it is perhaps fitting that a horse named for the Greek god Adonis (明月昇輝) should go down in the record books as the former riding great’s first winner as a trainer.

    Alex Lai Returns from 721-Day Absence

    Alex Lai Hoi-wing admits he feared he would never ride again as he prepares to bring to an end what will have been a 721-day absence from the saddle by the time the gates crash back at Sha Tin.

    Bayliss Fit & Ready for new HK Racing Season

    Bayliss’ first stint in Hong Kong nwas cut short through injury but with an extension until the ed of the year and a return to full fitness, the young jockey is determined put his best foot forward.

    Kawada wins World All-Star Jockeys, Teetan ranks joint third

    Hong Kong representative Karis Teetan was unable to notch a win on the second and final day of the JRA World All-Star Jockeys series at Sapporo Racecourse, Japan on Sunday.

    Me Tsui’s Ugly Warrior ready for Korea Sprint showdown

    Handling the deep sand of Seoul is the key to Ugly Warrior’s (豹子頭) chances in next month’s Korea Sprint after a flawless preparation for his international assault.

    Ho shines as Rest of the World team triumphs in Shergar Cup

    Vincent Ho drives Power of Darkness (暗夜力量) to secure his first Ascot win.

    HK 2018 Defining Racing Moments: Record-Breaking

    There were plenty of highs and lows across Hong Kong’s 2018-19 season. The recaps the marathon 89-meeting campaign.

    Conghua: a Success despite some unhappy trainers

    Chief executive Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges has labelled the Jockey Club’s Conghua Racecourse the success story of 2018-19 after the HK$3.7 billion facility’s first season in operation.

    CEO: HK needs more trainers & horses to stop betting decline

    Hong Kong needs more trainers – and horses – to help turn around the decline in betting turnover, says Jockey Club chief executive Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges.

    Size wins 11th Trainers’ Championship

    John Size has cemented his position as Hong Kong’s best trainer, taking out a record-equalling 11th championship at Sha Tin on Sunday.