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Hong Kong Champ Beauty Generation ‘Full Of Himself’ Ahead Of Sunday Start

Beauty Generation was all muscle tone and brash attitude Thursday morning after galloping along the Sha Tin turf under work rider Romain Clavreul. The 6-year-old appeared primed for Sunday’s G1 Queen’s Silver Jubilee Cup (seven furlongs): strong-framed, free-moving and with that cock-sure, head-tossing bounce to his gait that has so often augured a masterful race-day […]

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Under New Tutelage, Mr Stunning Repeats In Hong Kong Sprint

In a remarkable repeat of the 2017 edition, Mr Stunning not only again won the G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Sprint but also secured the win at the expense of the same horse in a landmark success for his trainer and jockey. However the similarities do not extend beyond the deja vu exacta of Mr Stunning […]

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Hong Kong Derby Hero The Latest Star From Boutique New Zealand Breeding Farm

Ping Hai Star continued Highden Park’s impressive international strike rate on Sunday when he became the fifth New Zealand-bred winner of the Hong Kong Derby in the last decade. The 4-year-old is the latest Group One graduate of Sam and Libby Bleakley’s boutique Manawatu nursery, whose roll of honour includes former Derby winner Werther and […]

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Moore Scores First Hong Kong Derby Victory With Ping Hai Star

Ping Hai Star handed jockey Ryan Moore a first BMW Hong Kong Derby (2000m) victory with a stunning last-to-first drive at Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday. “He’s a very talented horse, I had great fun riding him today,” Moore said after the New Zealand-bred had quickened a length and three quarters clear of runner-up Singapore […]

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Local Contenders Complete Preparations For Sunday’s Hong Kong International Races

A little more than a week out from the Longines Hong Kong International Races, nine local contenders stretched out in dirt track barrier trials at Sha Tin Racecourse on Friday, Dec. 1. The overall vibe was positive, despite one noticeably muted display. Helene Paragon is among the leading lights for the G1 Longines Hong Kong […]

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Moore Wastes No Time In Six-Week Hong Kong Stint; Captures Group 1 Classic Mile

Ryan Moore, the Longines World’s Best Jockey of 2014, is scheduled to spend six weeks in Hong Kong. That stint began on Jan. 17, and according to the South China Morning Post, Moore hasn’t wasted any time. On Jan. 24, Moore captured the Group 1 Hong Kong Classic Mile aboard Sun Jewellery for trainer John […]

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