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2010 Hong Kong Cup Won by Snow Fairy – Vision D’Etat Comes Fourth

2010 Hong Kong Cup Won by Snow Fairy – Vision D’Etat Comes Fourth

Dual Oaks winning filly Snow Fairy added a win in the HK$20million Group 1 Hong Kong Cup (2000m) to her impressive career record on Sunday, storming home to take out the Hong Kong International Race Day feature at Sha Tin Racecourse.

The Edward Dunlop-trained Snow Fairy from Britain, previous winner of both the English and Irish Oaks, was one of ...

Hong Kong International Races 2010 Barriers, Field & Form

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 ...

2010 Hong Kong Cup Field & Preview

2010 Hong Kong Cup Field & Preview

The 2010 Hong Kong Cup, the richest 2000m turf race in the world, is set to light up the Sha Tin Racecourse this Sunday December 12 with reigning champion Vision D’Etat back to defend their title.

A field of 13 champion stayers make up the final field for the HK$20 million Hong Kong Cup (2000m) with last year’s winner, ...

Vision d?Etat Wins 2009 Hong Kong Cup

Vision d?Etat Wins 2009 Hong Kong Cup

French galloper Vision d?Etat claimed victory in the richest event at Hong Kong?s International Raceday at Sha Tin last Sunday, the Group 1 HK$20million Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Cup (2400m).

Displaying an impressive turn-of-foot, Vision d?Etat ridden by Oliver Peslier defeated local hero, the John Moore-trained favourite Collection, ridden by Darren Beadman, by three-quarters-of-a-length after securing the lead inside ...

2009 Hong Kong Cup Preview

2009 Hong Kong Cup Preview

The highlight of thoroughbred racing this weekend is without doubt the Hong Kong International Raceday at Sha Tin racecourse where the focus will be on the four elite Group 1 races being run, headlined by the final leg in the World Series Racing Championship, the Hong Kong Cup (2000m).

The most lucrative and highly anticipated race of Sunday?s meeting, ...