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Wednesday, April 03 2024
Golden Sixty trials ahead of FWD Champions Day return

Golden Sixty took a crucial step towards his planned return in the HK$22 million G1 FWD Champions Mile (1600m) with a routine barrier trial this morning (Tuesday, 2 April).


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Wednesday, April 03 2024
David Hayes excited by long-term Little Brose plans

In the midst of a strong season with 35 wins, David Hayes is looking forward to soon unveiling the Group 1-winning Little Brose, who is expected to undertake one more barrier trial next Tuesday (9 April) at Sha Tin before featuring on race day.


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Sunday, March 31 2024
Sight Success thrives ahead of second G1 Al Quoz Sprint assignment

Chasing his first elite success in the United Arab Emirates, John Size believes Sight Success is reaping the benefits of previously travelling to Dubai as the gelding prepares to tackle the HK$11.7 million Al Quoz Sprint (1200m) at Meydan Racecourse tonight (30 March).


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Sunday, March 31 2024
California Spangle wins G1 Al Quoz Sprint for Cruz, Avdulla

California Spangle has charged to record-breaking victory in the HK$11.7 million G1 Al Quoz Sprint (1200m), defeating a world-class field to provide Tony Cruz and Brenton Avdulla with career highlights at Meydan Racecourse on Saturday (30 March).


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Thursday, March 28 2024
Pierre Ng aims for stars with exciting FWD Champions Day plans

Galaxy Patch could next take on the might of Golden Sixty or Romantic Warrior on FWD Champions Day (Sunday, 28 April) at Sha Tin.


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Thursday, March 28 2024
Davis Files: Happy Valley Preview - 27th March 2024

Brett Davis provides exclusive preview of Happy Valley races.


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Monday, March 25 2024
Blake Shinn believes Galaxy Patch can overcome wide gate in BMW Hong Kong Derby

Blake Shinn concedes drawing barrier 14 in the HK$26 million BMW Hong Kong Derby (2000m) with Galaxy Patch is “not ideal” but the Australian believes Pierre Ng’s charge has the temperament and class to overcome the challenge.


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