Hong Kong racing

Xpressbet Opens to Wagers on Hong Kong Races July 1

Leading online wagering provider, Xpressbet, is excited to announce it has partnered with the Hong Kong Jockey Club to bring live, commingled wagering on Hong Kong races to Xpressbet’s platform in the United States.  Xpressbet customers can wager on the races from Hong Kong beginning July 1, 2014.  Hong Kong racing is famous for offering […]

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TVG to Begin Commingling Into Hong Kong Jockey Club Sunday

TVG, America’s Horseracing Network, announced today that on Saturday evening, April 5, Pacific Time (Sunday morning, April 6, Eastern Time) it will debut commingled odds pari-mutuel wagering on, and live television coverage of, horse races from the legendary Happy Valley and Sha Tin racecourses pursuant to a multiyear agreement with the Hong Kong Jockey Club […]

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Typhoon Hub Begins Commingling into Hong Kong Jockey Club

Typhoon Hub, a Tote services company based in Sydney, Australia announced that it commenced commingling with the Hong Kong Jockey Club Horse Race Betting Limited (“HKJC”) on March 16, 2014 with a select group of customers of Global Wagering Group LLC, through an agreement reached between WatchandWager.com LLC (“WatchandWager”) and the HKJC. The HKJC agreement […]

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Strong Results Posted at Hong Kong International Sale

The Hong Kong International Sale was held March 15, with 15 horses bringing aggregate of HK$49.5 million, according to Breednet.com. The sale-topper was Hip 10, a 2-year-old gelding by Commands out of Oh So Discreet, by Bluebird, who brought HK$5.2 million. The gelding is a half brother to Maybe Discreet, winner of the SAJC Australasian […]

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Designs On Rome Edges Stablemate to win Hong Kong Derby

Trainer John Moore took the top two positions in the Group 1 Hong Kong Derby at Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday when Designs On Rome edged Able Friend in a heated stretch duel. Sydney-based jockey Tommy Berry had the winning mount for Hong Kong’s leading conditioner. The Derby was the rivals’ third Hong Kong meeting […]

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Buchdahl: Hong Kong Racing, Culture Leave Lasting Impression

Mix horse racing with a ready desire for travel and you’ve got a winning daily double. Racing truly is, for centuries, the internationally-celebrated sport. And that tradition is upheld in grand style in Hong Kong. Recently, I was fortunate to attend the Group One Longines Hong Kong International Races as both a lifelong racing fan […]

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American Handicapper in Hong Kong: Who Will Prevail at Sha Tin?

For this first-time American participant/lifelong racing fan, excellence and attention to detail are continuously noted in Hong Kong. Certainly The Hong Kong Jockey Club has left nothing to chance with the spotlight on the Longines Hong Kong International Races at Sha Tin Racecourse Sunday. “The public has absolute confidence in the sport here,” said Del […]

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Members Only: Inside the Hong Kong International Sale

Hong Kong doesn’t have its own breeding program – the land required is too scarce and too expensive. Instead, Hong Kong imports its Thoroughbreds from around the world. Not only do connections buy their own horses, but the Hong Kong Jockey Club also purchases promising runners from other countries, pays for their training and development, […]

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Hong Kong: New iPad App Could Have Broad Appeal

In a scene befitting a Hollywood premiere, The Hong Kong Jockey Club unveiled the “Racing Touch” application for the iPad in the run-up to this weekend’s Longines Hong Kong International Races. Racing execs, celebrities, and a swarm of international press jammed the “Adrenaline” room at Happy Valley Racecourse for a swanky tutorial on the graphically-rich […]

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‘Scene’ in Hong Kong: Celebrating the World’s Best Jockeys

The Paulick Report is in Hong Kong for an important week that culminates with the world-class Hong Kong International Races on Sunday. But there are other festivities surrounding the main event at Sha Tin. Wednesday at Happy Valley Racecourse, a dozen top jockeys battled in a four-race competition for the Longines International Jockeys’ Championship. Australia’s […]

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