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  • Inti Secures Seventh Consecutive Victory in February Stakes


    Race favorite Inti extended his winning streak to seven by capturing his first G1 title in this year’s February Stakes. The son of Came Home marked a ninth in his debut start and had been undefeated in all six starts that followed up to his latest Tokai Stakes (G2, dirt, 1,800m) triumph four weeks earlier.

  • Regan Bayliss, a youthful talent to the Hong Kong jockey roster


    Regan Bayliss is an exciting young talent in Australia and the rider is keen to make his name among the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s list of star international jockeys when his three-month licence commences at Sha Tin next Sunday (24 February).

  • Beauty Generation (NZ) Continues Reign


    Karaka graduate Beauty Generation (NZ) (Road to Rock) continued his spectacular dominance of Hong Kong racing with another emphatic victory in Sunday’s HK$10 million Group 1 Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup (1400m) at Sha Tin.

  • Furore and Dark Dream stoke Frankie Lor’s Classic hopes


    Frankie Lor is daring to dream of capturing a first BMW Hong Kong Derby (2000m) victory this season and who could blame him? After all, the second-season handler has the two highest-rated gallopers in Sunday’s (17 February) Hong Kong Classic Cup.

  • Champagne and respect as Hong Kong legend Douglas Whyte retires


    Douglas Whyte waved farewell to the most successful race-riding career in Hong Kong history this evening (Sunday, 10 February) at Sha Tin Racecourse, bowing out after saluting his fans long after the last race had weighed-in.

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