Racing Album



    Fownes declares Sky Field ‘something quite special’

    Punters who climbed into Sky Field (顯心星) at $1.40 had their hearts in their mouths at Sha Tin on Sunday but not trainer Caspar Fownes

    Schofield looks to cash in on stable change

    Chad Schofield is looking to cash in on an extraordinary trend that has delivered a third of all Hong Kong winners so far this season – the stable change.

    Chau turns to Whyte to kick-start 20-21 season

    Jerry Chau Chun-lok’s arrival in Hong Kong was anything but conventional but the young jockey is hoping to use what he has learned in his short time in the game to make the most of season 2020-21.

    Douglas Whyte gets Enjoying back on track

    Legendary jockey-turned-trainer Douglas Whyte has seen nearly everything there is to see in racing but he admits he experienced a first with talented galloper Enjoying (安采) recently.

    Chad Schofield reunites with David Hayes at Happy Valley

    Chad Schofield is hoping to channel the “good old days” when he climbs aboard his first Hong Kong runner for David Hayes at Happy Valley on Wednesday night.

    Ricky Yiu expects at least a top 5 finish

    No one was more surprised than Ricky Yiu Poon-fai when the veteran trainer turned in the season of his life to take out the 2019-20 championship

    Hong Kong racing stock market

    The start of a new season brings new fortunes not only for punters but everyone involved in Hong Kong racing.

    Keith Yeung feeling the love from David Hayes

    Hong Kong racing has welcomed David Hayes back to Sha Tin with open arms and no one is happier about his return than jockey Keith Yeung Ming-lun.

    Where have John Moore’s best horses gone?

    While the transfer of dual Horse of the Year Beauty Generation (美麗傳承) from the retiring John Moore to the arriving David Hayes has been widely publicised

    Vincent Ho confirms first-up target for Derby hero Golden Sixty

    Vincent Ho Chak-yiu believes Hong Kong Derby hero Golden Sixty (金鎗六十) has returned from his five-month hiatus bigger and better as he and Francis Lui Kin-wai plot a programme for the now five-year-old