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    Lor confident Glorious Forever is on track

    Glorious Forever (歡樂之光) will have to overcome Japanese darling Almond Eye (杏目) to defend his Group One Longines Hong Kong Cup (2,000m) crown and Frankie Lor Fu-chuen says the five-year-old...

    Domeyer cancels Club's licence to ride in South Africa

    Hong Kong racing fans won’t see jockey Aldo Domeyer in action any time soon, with the South African choosing to have his licence withdrawn to allow him to ride in his home country.

    John Moore looks to build on phenomenal stable

    They are the ragtag team of gallopers that carried John Moore to within an inch of the trainers’ championship last season and he is hoping to go to the well one more time.

    Almond Eye is coming to HKIR

    It is news that will delight Hong Kong racing fans – Japanese superstar Almond Eye (杏目) is coming to Sha Tin in December.

    More Than This shapes Lui’s hopeful

    It has been almost 14 years since Francis Lui Kin-wai collected his only victory in the four-year-old series, but he looks to have another serious contender for this season’s renewal

    Southern Legend pockets the Ladies’ Purse

    Southern Legend (川河尊駒) (127lb) pocketed the G3 Sa Sa Ladies’ Purse Handicap (1800m) at Sha Tin in the afternoon (Sunday, 3 November) after battling through a stirring duel with fellow Group 1

    Size outlines plans for Champion's Way & others

    John Size says fans can expect to see gun four-year-old Champion’s Way (勝得精彩) back at the races within weeks, while the master trainer has also confirmed he hopes to have five runners in the Group Two

    Muay Thai-Sanna: 'I train easy now, not stupid'

    He has a reputation as a fitness freak but in-form jockey Alberto Sanna has recalibrated his approach after a string of serious injuries, turning to Muay Thai as he looks to train smarter.

    Van Niekerk continues purple patch

    Winning is all that matters in Hong Kong and jockey Grant van Niekerk is reaping the rewards of a purple patch of form, with the South African’s phone ringing hot in recent weeks.

    Lor relishes Sha Tin all-weather opportunity

    The Sha Tin all-weather surface may often be shunned by punters and looked upon as biased, but trainer Frankie Lor Fu-chuen relishes the opportunity to race his horses on it.