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    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

    Alexis Badel primed for first full Hong Kong season

    Alexis Badel is not sure exactly where he’ll slot into the hierarchy of jockeys in his first full season in Hong Kong

    Can lightning strike twice?

    Master trainer David Hayes produced a winner with his first runner in Hong Kong 25 years ago and he says it would be a “dream come true” to do it again upon his return to the racing Mecca on Sunday.

    Superstar stayer Stradivarius at Glorious Goodwood

    Stradivarius (弦樂器) put in the performance of Royal Ascot with a dominant display in the Ascot Cup and now the best stayer on the planet chases a record fourth-straight victory in Tuesday’s Group One

    The Post’s annual Hong Kong racing awards

    With the 2019-20 season now behind us, the annual Hong Kong racing awards return.

    Hong Kong trainers’ premiership

    In a season where nothing in Hong Kong racing was even remotely normal, the trainers’ championship was as upside down as everything else – but in a far more positive way.

    Exultant crowned Horse of the Year on Champion Awards

    Exultant (時時精綵) was the big winner of the Jockey Club’s “virtual” Champion Awards on Thursday, taking out the coveted Horse of the Year crown among a host of accolades.

    HK racing bids final farewell to legendary John Moore

    It’s been a long farewell tour for John Moore but in the end there was little fanfare as Hong Kong racing bid a final goodbye to one of its all-time greats at an empty Happy Valley.