MACAU: International Honour For Martin Cangas 20/05/2013 Talented young rider Martin Cangas is to represent Macau in the 2013 International Jockeys Championships hosted by the Selangor Jockey Club at Sungei Besi on June 15 and 16.
MACAU: Depot Beach Wins For Ronny Stewart 20/05/2013 Former Melbourne galloper Depot Beach has picked up his first black type victory in Macau with an all the way win in Sunday’s G3 Macau Sprint Trophy at Taipa.
MACAU: Stewart Off The Mark 14/05/2013 Australian rider Ronny Stewart opened his Macau account with a nicely judged ride on Gary Moore’s Good Spirit to win the last of the day on Sunday the Class 2 & 3 over 1500 metres.
MACAU: More Sunshine For Cheng 14/05/2013 Owner Mr. Cheng Ting Kong enjoyed his best day ever at the Taipa track with a winning treble on Sunday’s turf card.
HONG KONG: Glorious Finish To Group One Season 3/05/2013 The final international G1 race of the Hong Kong season, the HK$12 million Champions Mile, brings together a field of nine star milers at Sha Tin on with overseas raiders King Mufhasa and Penitent facing a stiff home defence that includes last year’s winner and runner-up, Xtension and Glorious Days.
HONG KONG: Xtension Set For Third Champions Mile 1/05/2013 After Military Attack gave trainer John Moore and owner Steven Lo an international G1 triumph last weekend, the same connections will go after another at Sha Tin this Sunday in the G1 Champions Mile.
HONG KONG: Perfect Start For Tommy Berry 28/04/2013 The Tommy Berry bandwagon rolled into Sha Tin on Sunday, when the young Australian riding sensation crowned his first Hong Kong race day with victory in a dramatic G1 Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup.
HONG KONG: Good Draw For Ambitious Dragon 25/04/2013 Ambitious Dragon will break from gate six when he lines up against 13 rivals in a world-class renewal of the G1 Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday.
HONG KONG: Moore Set To Give Berry A Kick Start 25/04/2013 Trainer John Moore has three darts aimed at Sunday’s Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup at Sha Tin with Military Attack, to be riudden by new arrival Tommy Berry, perhaps his best chance of hitting the bulls-eye.
MACAU: Geoff Allendorf Wins Macau Derby 23/04/2013 A perfect front running ride by German jockey Andy Helfenbein paved the way for the Geoff Allendorf trained Lucky And Wealthy to win Sunday’s Group 1 Macau Derby at Taipa.
MACAU: Hong Kong Triumphs In Interport Series 23/04/2013 French rider Olivier Doleuze bought Noble Alpha with a well timed run to win Sunday’s Macau- Hong Kong Trophy at Taipa and give the Hong Kong side its third victory in the Macau leg of the interport series.
HONG KONG: Pleasing Work From Cup Hopefuls 23/04/2013 Japan's Eishin Flash and UAE hopeful Sajjhaa pleased their respective stables with light workouts on the all-weather track at Sha Tin on Monday in preparation for Sunday's G1 QEII Cup.
HONG KONG: De Kock Embraces Racing Globalisation 19/04/2013 Mike de Kock’s high class mare Igugu and his “I've been everywhere” horse Treasure Beach, two of the four quality international challengers for this year's G1 Audemars Piguet QEII Cup, have had remarkable journeys to Hong Kong which underline the globalisation of modern horse racing.
HONG KONG: Cup Entries Trial At Sha Tin 17/04/2013 With the G1 Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup less than two weeks away, seven of the home-based entrants went through their paces in barrier trials at Sha Tin on Tuesday.
MACAU: Perkins Proves He's A Star 15/04/2013 French apprentice Charles Perkins has put together an outstanding record in Macau since he commenced race riding just over 12 months ago
HONG KONG: $HK30 Million Betting Blunder 9/04/2013 A huge computer blunder has cost a punter or a betting syndicate HK$30 million while boosting by seven times the winnings of 1200 lucky tierce bettors.
HONG KONG: Packing Whiz "World Class" 8/04/2013 Brett Prebble labelled recent stable transfer Packing Whiz as "world class" and ready to take on all-comers - local or otherwise - after a barnstorming victory in Sunday's Chairman's Trophy at Sha Tin.
HONG KONG: Whyte Hits Sha Tin For SIx 7/04/2013 Douglas Whyte was in scintillating form at Sha Tin on Sunday when landed six winners on the 11-race card to equal the jurisdiction’s professional era record for most victories in a single day.
HONG KONG: Xtension Prepares For Treble Attempt 6/04/2013 Xtension heads a field of ten in a competitive renewal of the Chairman’s Trophy at Sha Tin on Sunday as he limbers up for an attempt at an unprecedented third victory in next month's G1 Champions Mile.
HONG KONG: Tye Angland Wins Bauhinia Sprint 2/04/2013 Go Baby Go, ridden by Tye Angland, maintained his consistency over the minimum trip at Sha Tin on Monday winning the HKG3 Bauhinia Sprint Trophy for trainer Dennis Yip.
MACAU: Calder Back In Winning Groove 2/04/2013 New Zealand rider Andrew Calder, currently back in Macau on a three month riding contract, kicked home a winning double at Taipa on Saturday to give him his 46th victory in the enclave.
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