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    Yiu confident Mighty Giant has the edge over Sky Field

    Ricky Yiu has labelled Saturday’s Class Two Argyle Handicap (1,400m) at Sha Tin a two-horse race and is hopeful his winning machine Mighty Giant (高大威猛) will have the edge over

    Piccone free to ride after enduring two-week quarantine

    Incoming jockey Tony Piccone admits he will be rusty when he jumps on a horse for the first time in weeks on Wednesday but the Frenchman is just happy to be riding again

    Classique Legend to arrive primed for Hong Kong Sprint

    Classique Legend will arrive in Hong Kong primed for an assault on December’s Group One Hong Kong Sprint after connections struck an agreement to have him quarantine in Victoria

    Teetan confident speedster can earn another Patch in G2

    Karis Teetan believes Computer Patch (錶之智能) is perfectly placed to go to another level when he steps out in Group Two company for the first time in Hong Kong in Sunday’s Premier Bowl (1,200m)

    Jerry Chau is ready to compete with his Buddies

    Apprentice Jerry Chau Chun-lok is feeling more at home at the tricky Happy Valley track each week and is confident he is the man to partner Buddies (二郎)

    Last season’s title fight may have helped Lui's quick start

    After throwing everything behind his push for the 2019-20 trainers’ premiership, Francis Lui Kin-wai didn’t have high hopes heading into this season and admits he is “surprised” to be sitting second

    Moreira and Teetan’s absence no help for Purton at Happy Valley

    Top jockeys Joao Moreira and Karis Teetan will be missing from Happy Valley on Wednesday night but star rider Zac Purton says their absence hasn’t boosted the quality of his rides

    Purton and Whyte from rivals to a match made in heaven

    The ice was broken in typical Zac Purton fashion. “Well done on becoming a trainer, I know you’re going to use me.”

    Matthew Chadwick and Tony Cruz wind back the clock

    Matthew Chadwick and Tony Cruz went 984 days between winners but the once dynamic duo are rolling again after a big week the jockey hopes “can reignite the flame properly”.

    Shinn finally a winner again after Joyful Fortune blow

    It’s hard to imagine a Hong Kong Class Five winner meaning so much to someone with the resume of Blake Shinn, but the Australian’s relief was palpable after ending a tough week on a high note.