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    Size unveils expensive AU import Lucky Express

    After almost 11 months in Hong Kong and eight trials, John Size unveils talented Australian import Lucky Express (幸運快車) in the Class Two Amah Rock Handicap (1,200m) at Sha Tin on Sunday.

    Derby winner Lui can’t find staff for Conghua expansion

    The next wave of trainers to be afforded stables at the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s HK$3.7 billion Conghua Racecourse will be unveiled before the end of the season, but Derby-winning trainer Francis Lui K

    Me Tsui questions ‘dirt king’ mantle

    He’s been labelled the dirt king is seasons past but Me Tsui Yu-sak is not at all surprised that he’s well on the way to relinquishing that title in 2019-20.

    What punters can expect from first 2 Y/O filly

    A 16-year drought will be broken at Sha Tin on Sunday, with the Paul O’Sullivan-trained Tinker Belle (奇妙仙子) to become the first two-year-old filly to race in Hong Kong since Diamitz (幸運達) in 2004.

    Teetan looks to strike with This is Class

    Karis Teetan is looking to capitalise on a last-minute opportunity which saw him the beneficiary of a tough decision from rival jockey Vincent Ho Chak-yiu.

    Derby runner has first start for high-flying Yiu

    Championship leader Ricky Yiu Poon-fai expects Super Oasis’ (超級綠洲) first run for his stable to be a big one after acquiring the horse from Frankie Lor Fu-chuen following his 10th in March’s HK Derby.

    Moreira warns doubters

    He was forced to play second fiddle on Wednesday night but Joao Moreira has warned doubters to write him off at their own peril, saying he has the skills to match it with champion jockey Zac Purton

    Beauty Generation to race on with David Hayes in 2020-21

    Champion galloper Beauty Generation (美麗傳承) will race on in 2020-21 under the care of incoming trainer David Hayes.

    Jerry Chau ready for debut after whirlwind lead-up

    The lead-up to Jerry Chau Chun-lok’s Hong Kong racing debut has been nothing short of a whirlwind but the fresh-faced 20-year-old wouldn’t have it any other way.

    ‘No way’ Aethero will reach his potential in Hong Kong

    John Moore believes there is “no way” Aethero (忠心勇士) will reach his potential in Hong Kong after the star three-year-old’s owner confirmed the horse will not return to Australia.