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    Whyte at 1,800 with Good Omen & counting

    Douglas Whyte enhanced his legend with another milestone win at Happy Valley this afternoon (Sunday, 28 October), the 1,800th of his Hong Kong career.

    Size bolsters sprinting arsenal

    Champion trainer John Size’s arsenal of sprint stars has been further bolstered with Group One winner D B Pin (翩翩) and Group Two winner Beat The Clock (爭分奪秒) returning to trial...

    Graduation night for Poon at Happy Valley

    Matthew Poon went into tonight’s (24 October) eight-race Happy Valley card hunting for one win to graduate from the apprentice ranks and the rider wasted no time snaring it...

    Teetan hopes to jump on Ting’s bandwagon at HV

    Karis Teetan is hoping to jump aboard the Jimmy Ting Koon-ho winning train at just the right moment when he takes a rare ride for the first-year trainer on Wednesday night.

    Schofield hoping to unearth more Treasure

    Potential excitement machine Refined Treasure (新強勇駿) looks set for a breakout year after the Tony Millard-trained sprinter trialled for the first time this season on Tuesday morning.

    HK’s highest-rated horse – Beauty Generation

    The Jockey Club handicappers agree, lifting Beauty Generation’s (美麗傳承) local rating to an astonishing 137 after Sunday’s win in the Group Two Sha Tin Vase...

    Cruz set to strike at the Valley

    Trainer Tony Cruz has got a couple of solid chances running at Happy Valley on Wednesday...

    Poon heading in right direction after ST treble

    Matthew Poon Ming-fai is just one win away from outriding his apprenticeship after recording a treble at Sha Tin on Sunday.

    Hot King Prawn puts Clipperton back in big time

    Hot King Prawn (旺蝦王) (left) forges clear of Fifty Fifty (五十五十) (blue and white) and Mr Stunning (紅衣醒神) in the Group 2 Premier Bowl.

    Beauty Generation does it again

    Beauty Generation (美麗傳承) has drawn his share of unwarranted knocks from the naysayers but at Sha Tin this afternoon (Sunday, 21 October) even the most ardent doubters had to hold their tongues and app