Hong Kong Jockey Club

Beauty Generation Brushes Off Younger Rivals In Chairman’s Trophy

Beauty Generation brushed aside the younger challenger and shrugged off old rivals to win the G2 Chairman’s Trophy at Sha Tin on Sunday, April 5, setting up the prospect of an unprecedented third victory in the G1 FWD Champions Mile at the end of the month. The New Zealand-bred gelding’s success was his 18th as […]

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Hong Kong: Beauty Generation Takes On Waikuku Again In Sunday’s Chairman’s Trophy

Beauty Generation showed last time out that any ‘has-been’ talk was premature, but when the champ takes on Waikuku in Sunday’s G2 Chairman’s Trophy in Hong Kong he’ll be facing a rival who has had his measure the last four times they’ve clashed. It’s safe to say that the weekend feature and its Group 1 […]

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Hong Kong Jockey Club Responds To New Government Restrictions By Banning Owners

The Hong Kong Jockey Club is in steadfast support of Hong Kong to address the unprecedented challenges brought by COVID-19 outbreak. Not only has the Club implemented various precautionary measures for the protection of its employees and customers in the racecourses and other facilities, but also relentlessly collaborated with the Hong Kong Government on its […]

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Win Bright’s Cup Win Completes Japanese Treble In Hong Kong

Win Bright produced a performance hallmarked with toughness to go with his considerable class to complete the Group 1 double of the LONGINES Hong Kong Cup (2000m) and April’s FWD QEII Cup (2000m) for trainer Yoshihiro Hatakeyama and jockey Masami Matsuoka. In doing so the steel-grey son of Stay Gold held off the late lunge […]

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Beat The Clock Punches In On Top In Hong Kong Sprint

Trainer John Size and jockey Joao Moreira spoke of vindication and feeling humbled in an unusually emotion-charged response to their win with Hong Kong’s most consistent sprinter Beat The Clock in the LONGINES Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) on Sunday at Sha Tin. Moreira declared he would cherish the win “all my life” while Size wiped […]

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Moreira Drives To Glory In Hong Kong Vase

Glory Vase streaked away with the G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin on Sunday, Dec. 8. The Japanese raider with the most fitting of names carried Joao Moreira to his fifth Hong Kong International Races win – soon to be six – and his first since he guided Satono Crown to a thrilling […]

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Zac Purton Eyes Record-Setting Ninth Victory On Hong Kong International Card

One Group 1 win on Sunday (Dec. 8) will see Zac Purton become the outright most successful rider in the history of the LONGINES Hong Kong International Races. His victory 12 months ago aboard Beauty Generation in the Hong Kong Mile drew him level at the head of the pack with Gerald Mosse on eight […]

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‘A Quiet Type Of Guy’: Trainer Frankie Lor A Product Of Hong Kong Program

Frankie Lor’s achievements in little more than two seasons as a trainer should not be undersold. Yes, Hong Kong has a condensed pool of horses and trainers and he came into the role with vast experience but to claim an International Group 1 double and make a clean sweep of the Hong Kong’s Four-Year-Old Classic […]

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Odyssey Of ‘Genuine’ Magic Wand Continues In Hong Kong Cup

Even some of the incredibly well-traveled fillies and mares who have visited the LONGINES Hong Kong International Races over the years are comparative hermits when considering the odyssey of G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Cup contender Magic Wand. Names on the meeting’s roll of honor such as Alexander Goldrun – three times a runner and once […]

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