Racing Album



    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.

    Callan looks to strike with talented duo at Sha Tin

    Jockey Neil Callan had endured the longest run of outs of any active jockey in Hong Kong before Wednesday night, but with two wins now under his belt, the Irishman is looking to strike while the iron

    Valley: Domeyer bags double; Callan strikes back

    Aldo Domeyer isn’t letting the grass grow under his feet. The South African only touched down in the city two days ago and already he has his first Hong Kong brace in the bag.

    HK$11 million gelding to debut at Happy Valley

    Over a year after becoming the most expensive horse ever sold at a Hong Kong International Sale, Circuit Number One (電路一號) will finally make it to the racetrack at Happy Valley on Wednesday night.

    Win Bright shines for Japan in FWD QEII Cup

    Win Bright (勝出光采) conquered Sha Tin on the afternoon of Sunday, 28 April, powering home in the HK$24 million FWD QEII Cup and lowering the 2000-metre track record.

    Records tumble as Beauty Generation saunters home

    Records aplenty fell as Hong Kong’s current racing sensation and the world’s highest rated active racehorse Beauty Generation (美麗傳承) literally ambled his way to victory on Sunday, 28 April's

    Beat The Clock takes Chairman’s Sprint Prize

    The home team was one down, with Mr Stunning’s (紅衣醒神) late enforced absence, but it mattered not as the ever competitive Beat The Clock (爭分奪秒) led home a Hong Kong one-two-three on 28 April's

    Group One racing on hold for Moore’s Styling City

    He was among the initial entries for the Group One Chairman’s Sprint Prize (1,200m) but John Moore’s three-year-old Styling City (薈力之城) will instead aim for a more achievable target at Sha Tin.