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Premier Cup

Hong Kong | FEATURE RACE GUIDE

Previous Premier Cup Winners

Date Horse Jockey WT Trainer BP
BEAUTY JOY (AUS) 5G
SEBRING (AUS) - IMPRESSIVE JEUNEY (AUS) JEUNE (GB)
Z PURTON 56.0 A S CRUZ 5
SKY FIELD (AUS) 4G
DEEP FIELD (AUS) - LARAVISSANTE (NZ) O'REILLY (NZ)
B SHINN 56.5 C FOWNES 7
JOLLY BANNER (AUS) 8G
LONHRO (AUS) - VALKYRIE DIVA (AUS) JADE ROBBERY (USA)
M F POON 51.5 P F YIU 1
FLYING THUNDER (GB) 4G
ARCHIPENKO (USA) - DESERT BERRY (GB) GREEN DESERT (USA)
GRANT VAN NIEKERK 52.0 F C LOR 3
CALIFORNIA WHIP (USA) 5H
GIANT'S CAUSEWAY (USA) - CANTERBURY LACE (USA) DANEHILL (USA)
K TEETAN 51.5 A S CRUZ 6
THEWIZARDOFOZ (AUS) 5H
REDOUTE'S CHOICE (AUS) - PRINCESS COUP (AUS) ENCOSTA DE LAGO (AUS)
J MOREIRA 60.5 JOHN SIZE 8
SUN JEWELLERY (AUS) 4G
SNITZEL (AUS) - TAN TAT STAR (AUS) UMATILLA (NZ)
J MOREIRA 53.5 JOHN SIZE 1
SECRET SHAM (AUS) 5G
SHAMARDAL (USA) - CONFIDENTIAL MISS (AUS) RIVOTIOUS (USA)
N RAWILLER 57.0 JOHN MOORE 9
HELENE SPIRIT (IRE) 7G
FOOTSTEPSINTHESAND (GB) - ARAZENA (USA) WOODMAN (USA)
A SUBORICS 60.5 C FOWNES 3
STERLING CITY (AUS) 4G
NADEEM (AUS) - So Gorgeous (AUS) BRIEF TRUCE (USA)
TOMMY BERRY 52.0 JOHN MOORE 4
AASHIQ (NZ) 6G
VIKING RULER (AUS) - JOIN THE FUN (AUS) RORY'S JESTER (AUS)
M R DU PLESSIS 51.5 P O'SULLIVAN 8
HYPURR (AUS) 4G
FASTNET ROCK (AUS) - COUREUSE (AUS) TIERCE (AUS)
D WHYTE 52.0 JOHN SIZE 5
ABLE ONE (NZ) 7G
CAPE CROSS (IRE) - GARDENIA (NZ) DANEHILL (USA)
D BEADMAN 59.0 JOHN MOORE 13
ABLE ONE (NZ) 5G
CAPE CROSS (IRE) - GARDENIA (NZ) DANEHILL (USA)
Z PURTON 57.5 JOHN MOORE 5
EGYPTIAN RA (NZ) 4G
WOODBOROUGH (USA) - EGYPTIAN QUEEN (NZ) KARIOI LAD (AUS)
R S DYE 53.0 DAVID HALL 4
JOYFUL WINNER (AUS) 5G
EL MOXIE (USA) - NORTHERN TYCOON (AUS) LAST TYCOON (IRE)
R S DYE 55.5 JOHN MOORE 2
RUSSIAN PEARL (NZ) 4G
SOVIET STAR (USA) - VELINDA (NZ) VELOSO (NZ)
F COETZEE 54.0 A S CRUZ 7

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