Hong Kong International Races 2010 Barriers, Field & Form

December 10, 2010

Hong Kong International Races 2010 Barriers, Field & Form

The 2010 Hong Kong International Races, the four premier Group 1 features of the year in Hong Kong, are set to light up the track at Sha Tin Racecourse this Sunday December 12.

The fields and barriers for all the Hong Kong International Race Day Group 1 events have been released by the Hong Kong Jockey Club, with many of the favourites faring well in the barrier draws.

The richest and most anticipated race on the card at Sha Tin this Sunday is the HK$20million Group 1 Hong Kong Cup (2000m) where defending champion and favourite in the betting Vision D’Etat has drawn well mid-field in barrier seven, one on the inside of second elect, dual Oaks winner Snow Fairy in gate eight.

Vision D’Etat is attempting to become the first dual Hong Kong Cup winner.

Another headline event is the HK$16 million Group 1 Hong Kong Mile (1600m) where British galloper Paco Boy and Hong Kong Champion Miler Able One are battling for favouritism in the odds, Paco Boy suffering a blow drawing a horror barrier 13 draw in the 14-horse field while Able One has come up trumps with barrier two set to be ridden by Aussie hoop Darren Beadman.

The other two Group 1 Hong Kong International Races are the HK$14 million Group 1 Hong Kong Vase (2400m) where Melbourne Cup winner Americain makes his return to the track as the red hot favourite drawn in barrier nine and the HK$12 million Group 1 Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) featuring star Singapore sprinter Rocket Man and returning champ Sacred Kingdom, drawn favourably in barrier two.

Americain is just the second horse in history to win the Melbourne Cup and then contest the Hong Kong Vase within the same season, following in the footsteps of the Bart Cummings-trained Rogan Josh in 1999, who finished a credible fifth in the Vase following his Melbourne Cup victory.

The Hong Kong Sprint is also the only race at the meeting featuring an Australian-trained horse as Tony Noonan’s classy mare Ortensia lines up from barrier five with Craig Williams in the mount, considered one of the roughies of the field but will advantage from the good starting position and nice light weight.

Below are the final field and barrier draws for all of the Hong Kong International Races and don’t forget you can and should get in on the exciting betting markets on all the day’s features with Luxbet offering generous odds for Sha Tin on Sunday!

2010 Hong Kong Cup Final Field & Barrier Draw

The 2010 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Cup will run as Race 8 at Sha Tin on December 12 due to jump at 4:30pm (local time) – Bet now at Luxbet

No. Horse Jockey Trainer Barrier Weight (lb.)
1 VISION D’ETAT O Peslier E Libaud 7 126
2 COLLECTION D Beadman J Moore 5 126
3 CIRRUS DES AIGLES F Blondel C Barande-Barbe 13 126
4 SUPER SATIN D Whyte C Frownes 1 126
5 GLASS HARMONIUM C Williams Sir M R Stoute 4 126
6 IRIAN B Prebble J Moore 2 126
7 SRI PUTRA P Robinson M A Marvis 3 126
8 PACKING WINNER O Doleuze L Ho 6 126
9 SUPER PISTACHIO F Coetzee A S Cruz 9 123
10 PLANTEUR L Dettori E Lellouche 10 122
11 STACELITA C Lemaire J-C Rouget 12 122
12 REGGANE G Mosse A de Royer-Dupre 11 122
13 SNOW FAIRY R Moore E A L Dunlop 8 119

2010 Hong Kong Mile Final Field & Barrier Draw

The 2010 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Mile will run as Race 7 at Sha Tin on December 12 due to jump at 3:50pm (local time) – Bet now at Luxbet

No. Horse Jockey Trainer Barrier Weight (lb.)
1 PACO BOY R Moore R Hannon 13 126
2 ABLE ONE D Beadman J Moore 2 120
3 FELLOWSHIP Z Purton P O’Sullivan 3 126
4 BEAUTY FLASH G Mosse A S Cruz 14 126
5 DREAM EATER J Fortune A M Balding 1 126
6 A SHIN FORWARD Y Iwata M Nishizono 8 126
7 GOOD BA BA O Doleuze C W Chang 7 126
8 SIGHT WINNER D Whyte J Size 10 126
9 THUMBS UP B Doyle C Frownes 11 126
10 CHATER WAY W C MArwing D E Ferraris 4 126
11 BEETHOVEN C O’Donoghue A P O’Brien 5 125
12 ROYAL BENCH O Peslier R Collett 12 125
13 RAJSAMAN D Bonilla F Head 6 125
14 SAHPRESA C Lemaire R Collett 9 122

2010 Hong Kong Vase Final Field & Barrier Draw

The 2010 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Vase will run as Race 4 at Sha Tin on December 12 due to jump at 2:00pm (local time) – Bet now at Luxbet

No. Horse Jockey Trainer Barrier Weight (lb.)
1 AMERICAIN G Mosse A de Royer-Dupre 9 126
2 VIVA PATACA D Beadman J Moore 13 126
3 JAGUAR MAIL C Williams N Hori 7 126
4 JAKKALBERRY C Lemaire E Botti 12 126
5 MASTERY L Dettori S Bin Suroor 2 126
6 WINCHESTER O Peslier C Clement 3 126
7 INDIAN DAYS A Munro J G Given 8 126
8 MR MEDICI H W Lai L Ho 14 126
9 REDWOOD M Hills B W Hills 6 126
10 KING DANCER D Whyte S Woods 4 126
11 MIGHTY HIGH J Lloyd J Moore 1 126
12 CRYSTAL CAPELLA R Moore Sir M R Stoute 10 122
13 BOARD MEETING A Crastus E Lellouche 11 122
14 JOSHUA TREE C O’Donoughue A P O’Brien 5 121

2010 Hong Kong Sprint Final Field & Barrier Draw

The 2010 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Sprint will run as Race 5 at Sha Tin on December 12 due to jump at 2:40pm (local time) – Bet now at Luxbet

No. Horse Jockey Trainer Barrier Weight (lb.)
1 SACRED KINGDOM B Prebble P F Yiu 2 126
2 JJ THE JET PLANE P Strydom M N Houdalakis 8 126
3 ROCKET MAN F Coetzee P B Shaw 6 126
4 GREEN BIRDIE M Du Plessis C Frownes 7 126
5 JOY AND FUN T Angland D Cruz 13 126
6 KINGSGATE NATIVE R Moore Sir M R Stoute 1 126
7 ULTRA FANTASY H W Lai P F Yiu 4 126
8 ONE WORLD J Lloyd J Moore 14 126
9 LITTLE BRIDGE Z Purton C S Shum 3 126
10 LUCKY NINE G Mosse C Frownes 12 126
11 DIM SUM O Doleuze J Moore 9 126
12 LET ME FIGHT D Beadman J Moore 11 126
13 CERISE CHERRY L Dettori D Cruz 10 126
14 ORTENSIA C Williams A W Noonan 5 122

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