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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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Thoroughbred Idea Foundation: New Testing Frontiers With Biomarkers Research

The Journal of Proteome Research may not feature on your monthly reading schedule – for business or leisure – but a notable study published in its February 2020 edition could be a step on the path towards identifying far better methods of doping control in horse racing. Specifically, scientists from the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s […]

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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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Hong Kong’s Karis Teetan Defeats Ryan Moore In International Jockeys’ Championship

Karis Teetan secured his first Longines International Jockeys’ Championship at Happy Valley on Wednesday, seeing off Ryan Moore thanks to a hugely consistent night across the four race-spectacular. Made favorite to lift the crown following Monday’s allocation ceremony, Teetan admitted to feeling plenty of pressure ahead of the star-studded evening but posted points-scoring performances in […]

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Melbourne Cup Runner Up Prince Of Arran Has ‘Unfinished Business’ In Hong Kong

Charlie Fellowes has a charm and approachability that is probably nudging Group 1 class, but talking to Prince Of Arran’s trainer gives the impression of restless ambition. His comments regarding Sunday’s G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Vase start to illustrate this. “We have unfinished business in Hong Kong,” the 33-year-old Newmarket trainer declared firmly. The “unfinished […]

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Hong Kong: Six Licensees Arrested In Illegal Gambling Probe

Six Hong Kong Jockey Club licensees are among the 21 people arrested this week in a bust of an illegal bookmaking ring in Hong Kong, according to the South China Morning Post. Two unnamed assistant trainers and four stable staff are alleged to have passed insider information onto other operants in the bookmaking scheme, according […]

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No Nay Never Colt Tops Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale

Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale sales-topper came late in the day, just 12 lots from the end of the concluding session, but the Mount Eaton Stud consigned colt (Lot 467) proved that he was worth waiting for when fetching €165,000 (US$180,605). By the leading second season sire No Nay Never, he was bought by Mick […]

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Holy Roman Emperor Colt Leads First Day Of Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale

Consistent trade throughout the first day of the Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale produced a clearance rate of 86 percent, up eight points on last year. The average of €25,612 (US$28,221) and median of €22,000 ($24,242) increased by 2 percent and 10 percent on 2018. Total sales for the day amounted to €5,045,500 ($5,559,795) for […]

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