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    Douglas Whyte rolls out generation next at Sha Tin

    Hong Kong punters potentially had a look into the future last week when the Douglas Whyte-trained Will Power (超能力) raced away to win on debut at Sha Tin.

    Stats shows Purton holds the key to Blastoise

    It’s no secret that most horses are better off with Zac Purton in the saddle, but for the David Ferraris-trained Blastoise (水箭龜) it seems the only way the four-year-old can win...

    Quashed Beauty Generation retirement speculation

    Master trainer John Moore has quashed retirement speculation about his champion galloper Beauty Generation (美麗傳承), saying he will return to training this week.

    Shum’s Perfect Match chases a change at Sha Tin

    Any questions about Perfect Match (最合拍) being able to hack it in Class Two company were answered with a huge first-up effort, and he should enjoy a little more luck in Sunday’s Lukfook Jewellery Cup

    Hong Kong delivers world class sport

    The LONGINES Hong Kong International Races delivered fantastic sporting action at Sha Tin Racecourse today (Sunday, 8 December) with Japan carrying off three of the four Group 1 features against...

    Win Bright completes spring autumn double

    Win Bright (勝出光采) produced a performance hallmarked with toughness to go with his considerable class to complete the Group 1 double of the LONGINES Hong Kong Cup (2000m) and April’s FWD QEII Cup...

    Plenty to Admire for Soumillon in Hong Kong Mile

    Admire Mars (頌讚火星) and an inspired Christophe Soumillon came to the fore in what was an emotional occasion for the Japanese racing industry in the G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Mile (1600m) at Sha Tin...

    Beat The Clock’s emotional Hong Kong Sprint win

    Trainer John Size and jockey Joao Moreira spoke of vindication and feeling humbled in an unusually emotion-charged response to their win with Hong Kong’s most consistent sprinter Beat The Clock...

    Moreira’s Glory in the LONGINES Hong Kong Vase

    Glory Vase (耀滿瓶) streaked away with the G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Vase (2400m) at Sha Tin this afternoon, Sunday, 8 December.

    HKIR: Purton ready to leave Mosse in his dust

    It seems a foregone conclusion that by late Sunday afternoon (Dec 8) Purton will stand alone as the premier jockey in the history of the Hong Kong International Races, but the champion Australian