News About 2011 Hong Kong Sprint
The sole Australian-trained galloper sweating on an invitation to the 2011 Hong Kong International Races, Darren Smith’s Group 1 The Galaxy winner Atomic Force has missed out on a shot at international glory during next month’s prestigious meeting at Sha Tin.
The racing action in Oz may be slowing down for the year, but in Hong Kong the best is yet to come with punters and racing fans around the world eagerly counting down the days until the 2011 Hong Kong International Races light up Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday December 11.
Peter Moody, trainer of unbeaten sprint champion Black Caviar, has confirmed the six-time Group 1 winner will remain on Australian shores during the coming racing season, plans for her to race in Japan this year now shelved.
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After coming under heavy criticism from Australian racehorse trainers and owners for their Patinack Farm Classic bonus, the Victorian Racing Club (VRC) has this week announced a re-booted version of the bonus to get back in the good books with the likes of Black Caviar’s connections.
Future racing plans for Peter Moody’s remarkable mare Black Caviar have been thrown further in doubt, quarantine protocols possibly preventing the superlative sprinter from making an appearance at Hong Kong’s Sha Tin Racecourse in December.
The world’s top-rated thoroughbred, rising ...