Racing Album



    Southern Legend set to defend Kranji Mile title

    Reigning Kranji Mile champion Southern Legend (川河尊駒) has drawn perfectly in barrier two for Saturday night’s S$1.5 million (HK$8.5 million) contest in Singapore...

    Ho set to return to the UK during HK off-season

    Leading local jockey Vincent Ho Chak-yiu is set to continue his career-best season abroad and ride in England once the Hong Kong season finishes in July.

    Who are the most exciting young horses in HK?

    Even though Champion’s Way’s (勝得精彩) winning streak ended on Saturday, there was certainly no shame in the defeat.

    McDonald booked to ride Glorious Forever

    Star Sydney-based jockey James McDonald will make a flying visit to Hong Kong to ride Frankie Lor Fu-chuen’s Glorious Forever (歡樂之光) in the Group One Champions & Chater Cup (2,400m) next weekend.

    Conghua’s influence keeps building

    It might not be at the forefront of everyone’s mind, but the impact Conghua is making on Hong Kong racing continues to grow...

    Lor puts faith in brother-in-law with Sha Tin Rides

    Frankie Lor Fu-chuen and his brother-in-law Peter Ho Wah-lun teamed up for a winner on Hong Kong

    Lor not focusing on title race

    Star trainer Frankie Lor Fu-chuen says he does not want to put any “extra pressure” on his team to publicly chase his first trainers’ championship, saying it comes down to the horses.

    Domeyer looks to build start in the Sha Tin dirt

    South African import Aldo Domeyer will have his first hit-out on the Sha Tin dirt this week after taking all before him in his first two Hong Kong meetings.

    Beauty Generation is not going to Japan because …

    Unquestionably, there was a sense of disappointment when it was confirmed that Beauty Generation (美麗傳承) would not run in the Yasuda Kinen.

    Ho Ho Khan conquers G3 Queen Mother Memorial Cup

    Ho Ho Khan (好好瑪) (122lb) advertised his potential for top-grade races next season with a fine victory in the G3 Queen Mother Memorial Cup Handicap (2400m) at Sha Tin in the afternoon of Sunday 5 May.