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Friday, August 20 2021
Minimum Ratings reduced for Private Purchase (PP) imports

The Racing Committee of The Hong Kong Jockey Club has approved reductions to the minimum Hong Kong ratings for all categories of Private Purchase (PP) permits with immediate effect.

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Monday, August 16 2021
O'Sullivan upbeat after a Hong Kong season like no other

Expat New Zealand trainer Paul O’Sullivan was in a positive frame of mind after Hong Kong’s 2020-21 racing season drew to a close on Wednesday night.

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Monday, May 24 2021

New Zealand-bred gelding Courier Wonder (NZ) (Sacred Falls) extended his unbeaten record at Sha Tin on Sunday when winning the Gr.3 Sha Tin Vase (1200m).

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Saturday, August 29 2020

Chad Schofield’s Hong Kong campaign will commence with a renewed association with Rattan (NZ) (Savabeel) in the Class 1 HKSAR Chief Executive’s Cup Handicap (1200m), and the talented rider is eyeing another personal best, following his season-high 43 wins last term.

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Friday, August 28 2020

Regency Legend (NZ) (Pins), who is on a path to the LONGINES Hong Kong International Races in December, will line up in the traditional season opener, the Class 1 HKSAR Chief Executive’s Cup Handicap (1200m).

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Friday, July 17 2020

Golden Sixty was crowned Four-Year-Old Champion at the Hong Kong Horse of the Year Awards on Thursday.

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Thursday, July 16 2020

New Zealand-bred gelding Lucky Missile (NZ) (Rock ‘n’ Pop) scored his first Hong Kong win when successful in the Class 4 Tsoi Tak Handicap (1650m) at Happy Valley on Wednesday night.

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Sunday, July 05 2020

Joyful Fortune was the talk of the track at Sha Tin on Sunday with a debut win that fulfilled the expectations of not only trainer David Hall and jockey Blake Shinn, but also those who ensured he started a 1.8 favourite.

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Sunday, July 05 2020

John Moore’s five-decade career in Hong Kong will come to an end in 10 days’ time but the handler hammered home a hat-trick of wins at Sha Tin on Sunday to show that he’s not winding down just yet.

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Friday, July 03 2020

Karis Teetan surged past his best ever season’s tally of 84 wins late last month and the man dubbed the ‘Mauritian Magician’ is showing no signs of slowing with a full book of 11 rides this Sunday at Sha Tin, including the exciting youngster Armando in the Class 2 Yan Chau Tong Handicap (1200m). 

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