Racing Album



    HKJC overcomes pandemic challenge to stage HKIR

    The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Chief Executive Officer Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges saluted Hong Kong’s “unique spirit and resilience” after a successful staging of the LONGINES HKIR...

    Purton as the most successful jockey in HKIR history

    Zac Purton has crowned a week of stellar milestones by becoming the first rider in history to partner nine LONGINES Hong Kong International Races winners after Japanese mare Normcore upstaged Win...

    Golden Sixty takes the baton

    They came, they saw, they tried to blunt his dash, but they failed to conquer Golden Sixty (金鎗六十): Hong Kong’s burgeoning hometown hero dismantled his international rivals in the HK$25 million...

    Danon Smash follows Lord Kanaloa’s footsteps

    Danon Smash (野田重擊) followed in the footsteps of his sire Lord Kanaloa (龍王) with a thrilling victory for Japan in the 2020 G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Sprint (1200m), their third in the HK$22 million contest

    Mogul continues successful connection with the HK Vase

    Vindicating Aidan O’Brien’s long-held faith, Mogul (業界巨頭) has emphatically underlined claims as heir apparent to Ballydoyle’s throne after claiming victory in the HK$20 million LONGINES Hong Kong Vase

    Lor puts Winning Dreamer’s unbeaten record on the line

    Frankie Lor Fu-chuen will put Winning Dreamer’s (夢想成金) unbeaten record on the line on Sunday as he attempts to see what his red-hot speedster is made of.

    Barrier Draw results for LONGINES Hong Kong International Races

    Barrier Draw results available now

    Purton bags LONGINES IJC glory to claim the HK$800,000 series

    Zac Purton has claimed ultimate honours in the HK$800,000 LONGINES International Jockeys’ Championship tonight (Wednesday, 9 December) at Happy Valley after clinching a tense contest from Joao Moreira

    LONGINES IJC Jockeys' Allocation Results

    Jockeys' Allocation Results available now

    Zac Purton happy to be in IJC mix again

    Zac Purton is not sure whether he can win Wednesday night’s International Jockeys’ Championship but he’s certain of one thing – he’s better placed than he has been in the past two years.