Racing Album



    Cruz: Time Warp is no longer a G1 Horse

    Tony Cruz admits two-time Group One winner Time Warp’s (馬克羅斯) best days are likely behind him but remains confident that if the six-year-old gets his own way he can be right in the finish...

    Deirdre’s trainer asks fans to lay off the sake

    The assistant trainer of Deirdre (迪雅卓) has joked the amended start time of Wednesday’s Group One Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (1,993m) means racing-mad fans in Japan will not have drunk too much sake...

    Thinkin' Big: Lor chasing more HK Derby success

    Frankie Lor Fu-chuen may have swept this season’s lucrative four-year-old series but his thoughts have quickly moved to the next one with his acquisition of former Australian galloper Thinkin’ Big.

    Dearth of dirt races: Chang requires Fight Hero

    The lack of quality dirt races late in the season has proven beneficial for Michael Chang Chun-wai, with the veteran trainer acquiring all-weather specialist Fight Hero (藍天堡馬) last month.

    Shinn & Hewitson join Hong Kong jockey ranks

    Star Australian jockey Blake Shinn and South African young gun Lyle Hewitson are joining the Hong Kong riding ranks.

    Domeyer tries to continue strong Happy Valley form

    Aldo Domeyer is hoping the pace is on as he tries to continue his good Happy Valley form with Everbrave (清福) and Righteous Mate (鑽飾神聖) on Wednesday night.

    Frankie Lor in a dry spell?

    When you are talking dry spells in Hong Kong racing, Frankie Lor Fu-chuen is not a name that typically springs to mind but the prolific second-season trainer admits he hasn’t exactly been flying

    Team Spirit a ‘totally different horse’: Chris So

    Chris So Wai-yin says progressive four-year-old Team Spirit (團結精神) has been a “totally different horse” since the stable identified the back issue that caused the gelding’s slow start to the season.

    Silvestre de Sousa looks to deliver glory for late owner

    Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, the late owner of Leicester City, also dreamed of success on the racetrack and on Saturday tears could flow if he wins English racing’s blue-riband event of the turf,

    Chang: 'I just take it easy'

    Michael Chang Chun-wai still needs two winners this season to avoid a dreaded strike but the amiable 57-year-old says he’s “not worried” as he prepares to take nine runners to Happy Valley