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    Moreira on cusp of eclipsing Group One personal best

    Joao Moreira sits on the cusp of surpassing his personal best of six Group One winners in a season after starting 2019-20 on fire.

    Beat The Clock does it again in Centenary Sprint Cup

    Beat The Clock (爭分奪秒) displayed the class that has made him a champion to complete back-to-back wins in the HK$10 million Centenary Sprint Cup (1200m) at Sha Tin the of afternoon Sunday, 19 January.

    Moore can’t split Class Two pair

    They’ve trodden strikingly similar paths to Sunday’s Class Two Ambitious Dragon Handicap (1,200m) and John Moore insists he can’t yet split his up-and-coming three-year-olds Computer Patch (錶之智能) and

    G1 rides secured: Shinn in HK for the long haul

    Blake Shinn tuned up for the biggest week of his Hong Kong career so far with a winner at Sha Tin on Saturday, with Golden Four’s (金碧科) victory adding to his excitement eight days out from his first

    Beauty Generation’s G1 return excites Purton

    Many have been quick to label Beauty Generation (美麗傳承) a has-been after his disappointing finish to 2019 but Zac Purton is confident the reigning Horse of the Year can still have a big say at the top

    Cruz & Piccone connection leads to Sha Tin plum ride

    Hong Kong racing legend Tony Cruz and French jockey Tony Piccone have struck up an unlikely friendship which will see them combine seven times on Saturday, including a plum ride on a talented type.

    Jan Cup: Moreira to hold Macau raider in good stead

    Joe Lau is confident extra experience and the addition of superstar jockey Joao Moreira will ensure Macau raider Sacred Capital (聖靈之都) runs a big race in Wednesday’s Group Three January Cup (1,800m)

    Badel hunts 4 Y/O series ride

    Flying Frenchman Alexis Badel will look to use his red-hot form to snare a top-class classic series ride, with the popular jockey becoming a man in demand.

    Styling City returns to favourite stamping ground

    Trainer John Moore will wheel out his “horses for courses” straight-track specialist Styling City (薈力之城) in a bid to build on the galloper’s formidable record over the Sha Tin 1,000m trip.

    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.