Dr. Simon Ip (centre), Chairman of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, stands for a photo with Edouard de Rothschild (third from left), President of France Galop, Jean-Pierre Colombu (first from right), Vice President of France Galop, and Hong Kong Jockey Club CEO Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges (second from right), after presenting the Prix Gontaut-Biron Hong Kong Jockey Club trophy to the winning connections of Talismanic.

Club Chairman presents HKJC trophies at Deauville Photo Release


Dr. Simon Ip (centre), Chairman of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, stands for a photo with Edouard de Rothschild (third from left), President of France Galop, Jean-Pierre Colombu (first from right), Vice President of France Galop, and Hong Kong Jockey Club CEO Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges (second from right), after presenting the Prix Gontaut-Biron Hong Kong Jockey Club trophy to the winning connections of Talismanic.
  • Les Trophées du personnel qui ont vu le jour en 2005 en Grande-Bretagne avant d’être dupliqués en Irlande, en Australie et aux Etats-Unis grâce au soutien de Godolphin ont pour but d’honorer le personnel des courses et de l’élevage, et de récompenser les travailleurs de l’ombre, véritables pivots de notre filière, pour leur dévouement et leur contribution.

  • Alpha Centauri ‘fine and grand’ after Marois heroics


    Connections of Alpha Centauri will let the dust settle before deciding on the next move for the top-class filly after she chalked up a fourth Group One win in a row at Deauville on Sunday.

  • Alpha Centauri crowned best miler in Europe


    Already the winner of three Group 1 races over the mile in Ireland, where Jessica Harrington trains her, and in Great Britain, 3-year-old filly Alpha Centauri (Mastercraftsman) raised her score to four at this level on Sunday in the €1m Prix du Haras de Fresnay-le-Buffard Jacques Le Marois (Gr1).

  • Polydream reaches new heights on her home turf


    The 3-year-old filly Polydream (Oasis Dream) went alone to catch home the English raider James Garfield (Exceed and Excel), also 3 years old, in the last strides of the LARC Prix Maurice de Gheest (Gr1), Sunday in Deauville.

  • The Deauville Barrière meeting in the starting blocks


    The Deauville Barrière meeting begins this weekend with two high class cards including a Group 1 and three Group 3 events.

  • Signora Cabello strikes first in #DarleySeries


    Favorite after her Queen Mary Stakes (Gr2) win on June 20 at Royal Ascot, Signora Cabello (Camacho) won Sunday's Darley Prix Robert Papin (Gr2), first round of the #DarleySeries at Maisons-Laffitte.