Tag: 'hong kong'

Subpoena

Talented Pike pair head overseas

Cambridge trainer Tony Pike has had to farewell two talented gallopers in the last week. Exciting two-year-old Subpoena has crossed the Tasman after a sale...

Extra Brut to find new home in Hong Kong

Victoria Derby winner Extra Brut will get the chance to win another Derby after his sale to Hong Kong.
Mr Stunning

Mr Stunning & Viddora to be monitored ahead of Chairman’s Sprint

Australian raider Viddora and Hong Kong star Mr Stunning will be monitored heading towards Sunday’s Group 1 Chairman’s Sprint Prize after stewards declared both runners...

Viddora lame after trackwork in Hong Kong

Group One-winning sprinter Viddora will be closely monitored to determine if she is fit to run in the Chairman's Sprint Prize in Hong Kong.

Santa Ana Lane arrives in Hong Kong

Multiple Group One-winning Australian sprinter Santa Ana Lane has arrived in Hong Kong in preparation for the Chairman's Sprint Prize at Sha Tin.
Mr Stunning

Purton snares ride on Mr Stunning in dramatic Hong Kong twist

The colourful career of Mr Stunning has taken another dramatic twist with the news that champion jockey Zac Purton will replace Karis Teetan when Hong...
The Joy Of Giving

Can in-form Joy Of Giving deliver historic result for Michael Chang?

A new era will dawn in China’s long and fascinating relationship with horse racing when the Hong Kong Jockey Club stages its first fully-operational race...
Sha Tin

International group 1 stars among Champions Day entries at Sha Tin

Champions Day will hold world racing’s spotlight at Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday, 28 April and the international occasion has attracted 111 entries from 14...

Waterhouse stayer sold to Hong Kong stable

Thinkin' Big, an emerging stayer for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, will do his future racing overseas.

Zac Purton rides 900th Hong Kong winner

Hong Kong-based Australian jockey Zac Purton has ridden five winners at Sha Tin to reach 900 in the competitive HK arena.

Injured rider Tye Angland back in Sydney

Sydney jockey Tye Angland has been transported home to continue his treatment for serious injuries suffered in a fall in Hong Kong.

International Jockeys Challenge to set the Valley alight tonight

They may be some of the world’s best jockeys, battling for one of the great jockeys’ prizes in the racing world, but none were brave...
Lim's Cruiser

Gray happy to buddy up Cruiser with Comin’ Through

Singapore trainer Stephen Gray was happy to help out a fellow kiwi this morning as his HK$20 million Group 1 Hong Kong Sprint contender Lim’s...

King of the Valley might hold key to International Jockeys’ Championship

Trainer Caspar Fownes, the man known as the “King of the Valley”, could play a key part in determining which jockey claims Wednesday night’s (5...

Tye Angland still serious but stable

Tye Angland's wife Erin has issued a statement on the injured jockey's condition, saying he remains serious but stable after a fall in Hong Kong.

Wednesday NZ news briefs – Group 1-winning jockey heading back to NZ

Senior riding ranks in the north will be bolstered with the impending return of Group 1-winning jockey Michael McNab next month. McNab, who guided Melody...

Angland serious but stable after surgery

Australian jockey Tye Angland remains in a serious but stable condition in a Hong Kong hospital.

Tye Angland hospitalised after HK fall

Sydney rider Tye Angland is in a Hong Kong hospital with unspecified injuries after a fall at Sha Tin.

Feature Hong Kong success for Moore

Former Australian horses Beauty Generation and Eagle Way have set 1600m and 2000m records respectively to win Group Two races at Sha Tin.

Strathmore to make Australian debut

Group One placegetter Strathmore will make his Australian debut at Rosehill after doing his previous racing in Hong Kong.

Fownes says Southern Legend ready to step up

Trainer Caspar Fownes is confident his Group 1 miler Southern Legend is ready to turn around an indifferent start to the season in Sunday’s (18...

World’s best jockeys to assemble at Happy Valley for the IJC

THE world’s best jockeys will compete for the International Jockeys’ Championship in a spectacular night of racing at Happy Valley racecourse on Wednesday, 5 December....

Pakistan Star’s too clever by half but Cruz believes there’ll be no antics in Jockey Club Cup

He’s been called mercurial, obstinate, recalcitrant, and a whole barrage of insults more, but Pakistan Star’s latest erratic display could just be a manifestation of...

Nash Rawiller reportedly back home

Jockey Nash Rawiller has reportedly left Hong Kong after a lengthy ICAC investigation related to his disqualification by Jockey Club stewards.

Fresh Banner has Schofield eyeing a follow-up in the Kwangtung Handicap Cup

Jolly Banner (124lb) and Chad Schofield paired to win the Class 1 Kwangtung Handicap Cup (1400m) last season and that combination will attempt to go...