News About: Ambitious Dragon
The John Size trained Glorious Days’ win in the Group 1 HK$20m Longines Hong Kong Mile (1600m) at Sha Tin on Sunday will help lift the spirits of champion rider Douglas Whyte.
Whyte’s reign as the leading Hong Kong jockey looks …
Chris Waller’s multiple Group 1 winner Shoot Out and New Zealand veteran King Mufhasa are the only Australasian acceptors for the Group 1 Champions Mile (1600m) at Sha Tin on May 5.
Neither are confirmed starters but both certainly have …
International jockey Jeff Lloyd has picked up the ride on Xtension in the Dubai World Cup at the expense of top Australian jockey Darren Beadman.
Beadman suffered a broken cheekbone as well as head trauma in a nasty fall in a barrier trial accident at Sha Tin on February 17 and will be out of …
Trainer Tony Cruz was proven right, jockey Matthew Chadwick wrong but it was the hoop who deserves the sling after California Memory won the $2.5m Group 1 Hong Kong Cup (2400m) at Sha Tintoday.
Cruz believed barrier one was the place to be but Chadwick wasn’t too sure.…
Cirrus Des Aigles, the horse that defeated So You Think at Ascot in the Champion Stakes, takes on the much hyped Hong Kong Derby and QEII Cup winner Ambitious Dragon in the 2011 $A2.5m Hong Kong Cup (2000m) (7.30pm Aust EST) at Sha Tin today.
The Corine Barande-Barbe-trained five-year-old has been racing since March but …
Irish trainer John Moore’s Destined For Glory will go on towards the Group 1 Hong Kong Mile next month after posting an upset victory in the Jockey Club Mile at Hong Kong’s Sha Tin Racecourse yesterday.
Destined For Glory shocked Moore with his narrow victory over local favourite Ambitious Dragon.
“It was certainly a surprise …
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