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Monday, October 21 2019

There was fist-pumping and whooping, high-fives and firm clasps for all hands within reach of the Rise High camp; deflation and ‘brave face’ acceptance from the Beauty Generation team.

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Sunday, October 20 2019

Danny Shum is counting down the days to the G1 LONGINES Hong Kong Sprint on 8 December after Seasons Bloom (125lb) swooped under Grant van Niekerk to snare a thrilling victory in the G2 Premier Bowl Handicap (1200m) at Sha Tin on Sunday.

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Saturday, October 19 2019

Joao Moreira expects improvement from the talented Waikuku (113lb) in Sunday’s G2 Oriental Watch Sha Tin Trophy Handicap (1600m) and he knows the four-year-old will need to show it if he is to trouble Beauty Generation (133lb).

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Friday, October 18 2019

Pakistan Star will attempt a remarkable metamorphosis from G1-winning stayer to top-class sprinter in Sunday’s G2 Premier Bowl Handicap (1200m).

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Tuesday, October 15 2019

Lyle Hewitson is discovering first-hand that Hong Kong racing’s reputation as an ultra-competitive crucible is not just empty spin.

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Tuesday, October 15 2019

Singapore Sling will attempt the seemingly insurmountable task of defeating Beauty Generation in Sunday’s G2 Oriental Watch Sha Tin Trophy Handicap (1600m), with trainer Tony Millard taking heart from his gelding’s previous plucky attempts.

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Monday, October 14 2019

Free entries will close in one week for all four Group 1 contests at the 2019 LONGINES Hong Kong International Races, which will take place at Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday, 8 December. 

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Sunday, October 13 2019

Aethero turned a match into a procession when lowering the great Sacred Kingdom’s 12-year 1000-metre track record at Sha Tin this afternoon, Saturday, 12 October.

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Saturday, October 12 2019

If the fanfare is true, Hong Kong’s two standout young sprinters will rock the speed division in Saturday’s Class 2 Wo Tik Handicap (1000m) at Sha Tin. 

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Thursday, October 10 2019

Happy Dragon belied his 28/1 odds to land the Class 2 Japan Racing Association Trophy Handicap (1650m) at Happy Valley on Wednesday night.

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