Keyword: Hong Kong

  • Lord Kanaloa wins the Hong Kong Sprint.
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    Lord Kanaloa Impresses in Career Finale

    Japan's champion sprinter Lord Kanaloa made it two straight wins in the Longines Hong Kong Sprint (HK-I), kicking clear at the top of the stretch and drawing off to a five-length win over Irish runner Sole Power.

  • Dominant wins the Hong Kong Vase.
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    Dominant Upsets The Fugue in Hong Kong Vase

    In the first of four group I turf races Dec, 8 at Sha Tin Racecourse, Dominant posted a surprising win for the locals, taking the Longines Hong Kong Vase (HK-I) with a big move at the top of the stretch to hold off The Fugue.

  • Hong Kong Jockey Championship: Gary Stevens

    Returning back to Hong Kong after 12 Years, Gary talks about what motivates him to get out of bed every day. Gary talks about Richard Hughes and Mike Smith as competitors during the Hong Kong International Jockey Challenge.

  • Military Attack Lifts QEII in Hong Kong

    Military Attack burst out from behind the leaders at the top of the straight and went on to win the April 28 Audemars Piguet QE II Cup (HK-I) at Sha Tin by a convincing 1 3/4 lengths.

  • 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.

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    Which Championship Meet is the Champion?

    There are international implications to the Oct. 10 announcement that Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, will attend the races at Ascot Oct. 20. A battle for supremacy is looming among three big year-ending race meets.

  • Hong Kong - Craig Williams & Dunaden

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

  • Hong Kong Interview - Tony Cruz

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer Tony Cruz, who has Beauty Flash in the Hong Kong Mile, and California Memory and Pure Champion in the Hong Kong Cup.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong - Alain de Royer-Dupre

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer Alain de Royer-Dupre who has Vadamar in the Hong Kong Vase.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong Interview - Rod Collet

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer Rod Collet, whose filly Sahpresa runs in the Hong Kong Mile.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong Interview - Nelson Clemmens

    Simon Burgess talks to Nelson Clemmens, CEO of AmWest Entertainment about the role of AmWest in bringing Hong Kong racing to America, and the features of AmWest.

  • Cirrus des Aigles

    Can Cirrus des Aigles Upset Bluebloods Again?

    Cirrus des Aigles is a rather commonly bred 5-year-old gelding and, after finishing seventh in last year's Hong Kong Cup (HK-I), few would have given him a chance for international stardom.

  • Hong Kong - Preview of Group I Races

    Shane  Anderson, international racing expert previews the four group one races this weekend in Hong Kong.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong - James Fanshawe

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer James Fanshawe who has Society Rock in the Hong Kong Sprint.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Cityscape drew post 12 in the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Mile.

    No Luck of the Draw in HK for Juddmonte

    Khalid Abdullah's Juddmonte Farms may have taken the worst of things in the Dec. 7 barrier draw for the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Races.

  • Hong Kong - Ed Dunlop

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

  • Hong Kong - 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 - Saeed bin Suroor

    Simon Burgess talks with Trainer Saeed bin Suroor, whose charge Campanologist runs in the Hong Kong Vase for Godolphin.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong - Patrick Shaw

    Simon Burgess talks with Patrick Shaw, trainer of Rocket Man, who runs in the Hong Kong Sprint.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong - Jockey Gerald Mosse

    Simon Burgess talks with Jockey Gerald Mosse, who rides defending champ Beauty Flash in the Hong Kong Mile, Little Bridge in the Hong Kong Sprint, Mr Medici in the Hong Kong Vase, and Pure Champion in the Hong Kong Cup.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong - John Barry & Jimmy Choux

    Simon Burgess talks with John Barry, trainer of Jimmy Choux, who is scheduled to run in the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Mile.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Hong Kong - John Moore

    Simon Burgess talks with trainer John Moore, who has 7 horses running in this weekend's races at Hong Kong, 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.Sponsored by AmWest

  • Frankie Dettori celebrates winning the Hong Kong Jockey's Challenge.

    Dettori wins Hong Kong Jockeys' Challenge

    Frankie Dettori, subbing for Corey Nakatani, won the Cathay Pacific International Jockeys' Championship, booting home the winner of the last leg of the Dec. 7 competition with a dramatic stretch run.

  • Video: International Feature - Living Legends

    Simon Burgess interviews Andrew Clarke, CEO of Living Legends, about the international home of rest for champion horses. Andrew discusses his athletes and each of their personalities.