Keyword: Hong Kong Vase

  • Mastery wins the Grade I 2016 Los Alamitos Cashcall Futurity

    The Week in Photos for 12/13/2016

    Los Alamitos Cash Call Futurity, Starlet, Hanshin Juvenile Fillies, Remington Springboard Mile, Hong Kong Mile, Hong Kong Sprint, Hong Kong Vase, Hong Kong Cup, Maryland Juvenile Filly Champ & Futurity, Louisiana Champion Day races and more.

  • Highland Reel, with Seamus Heffernan up, wins the Longines Turf (gr. I) at Santa Anita on Nov. 5, 2016, in Arcadia, California.

    Highland Reel Looks to Cap Ballydoyle Season

    The Hong Kong International Races offer trainer Aidan O'Brien further opportunities to add to his remarkable season, when Breeders' Cup Turf (gr. IT) hero Highland Reel attempts to defend his crown in the Dec. 11 Longines Hong Kong Vase (HK-I).

  • Hong Kong International Races High on Quality

    All four winners of last year's edition of the Longines Hong Kong International Races are slated to return for this year's renewal, headlining a card with 26 grade or group I winners expected to be part of the Dec. 11 card at Sha Tin.

  • Red Cadeaux wins the Hong Kong Vase.

    Red Cadeaux Captures Tight Hong Kong Vase

    Red Cadeaux, making his third group I start in five weeks, won a tight stretch battle with Jaguar Mail to capture the Longines Hong Kong Vase (HK-I) Dec. 9 by a short head.

  • Hong Kong Interview - Craig Williams

    Simon Burgess talks with jockey Craig Williams, after his winning ride on Dunaden in the 2011 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase. Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong Interview - Ed Dunlop

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer Ed Dunlop whose Red Cadeaux runs in the Hong Kong Vase. Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong Interview - Caspar Fownes

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer Caspar Fownes, who has Thumbs Up and Super Satin in the Hong Kong Vase, Green Birdie and Lucky Nine in the Hong Kong Sprint, and Fair Trade in the Hong Kong Mile. Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong Interview - John Moore

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer John Moore, who has Mighty High in the Vase, Admiration in the Sprint, Irian and Jacobee in the Hong Kong Cup, and Able One, Destined For Glory, and Xtension in the Mile.

  • Doctor Dino (center, shadow roll) gets up in a thrilling finish of the Dec. 14 Hong Kong Vase.

    Doctor Dino Doubles Up in HK Vase

    Doctor Dino returned to Sha Tin to land back-to-back victories in the Dec. 14 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase (HK-I). In a thrilling finish, he topped the luckless Purple Moon by a head in the HK$14 million (US$1.82 million) race.

  • Lush Lashes gallops at Sha Tin on the morning of Dec. 10.

    Lush Lashes Takes on Boys in HK Cup

    Lush Lashes eased up the turf track at Sha Tin Dec. 10 and left rider Kevin Manning more than happy with the wellbeing of Ireland's best 3-year-old filly, who attempts to give her trainer Jim Bolger a second Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Cup (HK-I) victory on Dec. 14.

  • Eagle Mountain will run in the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Cup (HK-I) on Dec. 14.

    Eagle Mountain Works For Hong Kong Cup

    Eagle Mountain, a leading challenger for the HK$20m Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Cup (HK-I) on Dec. 14, impressed with a spectacular gallop on the grass at Sha Tin Dec. 9.

  • Hong Kong Hopes to Lure Best in U.S.

    The Hong Kong Jockey Club is working hard to recruit the best U.S. runners for the Cathay Pacific International Races on Dec. 14. Curlin is one of several Breeders' Cup World Championship contenders being pursued for the Hong Kong Cup (HK-I).

  • Hawkes Bay Gets Hong Kong Invite

    The Hong Kong Jockey Club extended a late invitation Nov. 25 to connections of Hawkes Bay to join a star-studded international lineup in the HK$14-million Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase (HKgr.I) at Sha Tin Racecourse Dec. 9.

  • Viva Pataca Deserves More Respect

    Trainer John Moore is incensed the some racing commentators are favoring Packing Winner over his Viva Pataca in the Hong Kong Cup (HK-I).

  • Filly & Mare Turf winner Ouija Board, out of Hong Kong Vase.<br><a target="blank" href="http://www.bloodhorse.com/horse-racing/photo-store?ref=http%3A%2F%2Fpictopia.com%2Fperl%2Fgal%3Fprovider_id%3D368%26ptp_photo_id%3D633930%26%26ref%3Dstory">Order This Photo</a>

    Ouija Board Withdrawn from Vase, Retired

    Ouija Board was withdrawn from the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase (HK-I) at Sha Tin Racecourse on Dec. 10 due to soreness in the splint bone of her left foreleg.

  • Ouija Board, winning the Filly & Mare Turf, concludes her career Sunday in the Hong Kong Vase.

    In Her Career Finale, Ouija Board Tops Entries for Hong Kong International Races

    Ouija Board, whose worldwide popularity continues to grow every time she sets foot on a racecourse, drew post position No. 2 Thursday for the HK$14 million Hong Kong Vase in what will be the final start of her career. The Vase is one of four group I races that comprise the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Races at Sha Tin on Sunday, Dec. 10.

  • Post Positions for Hong Kong Sprint, Vase

    Silent Witness, unbeaten in seven starts Hong Kong, drew post 11 for Sunday's Hong Kong Sprint (HK-I). The Tony Cruz-trained runner will likely be the even-money favorite in the 14-horse field. The five-furlong race is run down a straightaway at Sha Tin Racecourse. In the 1 1/2-mile Hong Kong Vase (HK-I), likely favorite Imperial Dancer drew the outside post 14.

  • Hong Kong Report: Japanese Successes

    In the week leading up to the Hong Kong International Races, the buzz during morning track works at the Sha Tin Racecourse was that Japan would have a very good day on Sunday. No kidding. Four races were run. Three times, the Japanese national anthem followed the winning ceremony, capped by the victory of Agnes Digital in the HK$18 million Hong Kong Cup.

  • Silvano, shown winning the Arlington Million.

    Silvano Draws Outside Post in Hong Kong Cup

    Arlington Million winner Silvano was installed the 9-2 third choice when he drew the outside post position 14 for Sunday's Hong Kong Cup that highlights and international card of four graded races at Sha Tin Racecourse. Jim and Tonic will break from post five as the 3-1 favorite in the 1 1/4-mile race.