Racing Album



    Hayes unveils generation next at Sha Tin

    David Hayes will start unveiling his next generation of runners at Sha Tin on Sunday with the champion trainer keen to move on from a host of old horses which have failed to stack up during...

    Ho builds confidence as he pursues Cruz’s record

    Vincent Ho Chak-yiu says he now has the confidence to ride every horse like it is Golden Sixty (金鎗六十) as he strives to break Tony Cruz’s mark of 67 wins in a season – the record for a local jockey.

    Mighty Giant primed to continue winning streak

    Group racing continues at Sha Tin on Thursday and while Ricky Yiu Poon-fai will be attempting to pinch another feature with one of his most honest gallopers

    Badel back to square one despite short-term success

    Alexis Badel may have been a man in demand during his short-term winter stint last season but the Frenchman knows he is back to square one this season as he embarks on his first full season

    No worries for Fownes as he looks to paint Sha Tin Green

    He may be the “King of the Valley” but championship-leading trainer Caspar Fownes has no hesitation taking his promising import Green Aeon (綠色時代) to the wide expanses of Sha Tin on Sunday.

    Classique Legend to make Hong Kong move after Everest

    Caspar Fownes has confirmed star sprinter Classique Legend will finally make it to Hong Kong later this year, with the Boniface Ho Ka-kui-owned five-year-old to relocate after running in October

    Beat The Clock’s Hong Kong Sprint defence in doubt

    Star sprinter Beat The Clock (爭分奪秒) is no guarantee to defend his crown in this year’s Group One Hong Kong Sprint (1,200m) on international day

    So off to a flying start with added polish from Moore

    Popular trainer Chris So Wai-yin is enjoying one of his best starts to a season and he is doing so with some added polish from the legendary John Moore stable.

    Is there now a ‘big three’ in the Hong Kong riding ranks?

    For years, Zac Purton and Joao Moreira have dominated the Hong Kong riding ranks and their head-to-head battle has been the headline act, but the two haven’t had it all to themselves

    O’Sullivan can wait a little longer to do the Chicken Dance

    Chicken Dance (閃電俠) was named in the hope he would get faster and faster – just like the song – but the grand plan hit a brick wall a year ago when he injured a tendon.