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Unbeaten Catchy Confirms Her Blue Diamond Claims

Coming from the back of the field, Catchy powered home late to defeat the talented Limestone (Helmet) by a nose with Arctic Angel (Hard Spun) another length and a quarter back in third place. Significantly, Catchy’s winning time of 1:03.64 was faster than the 1:03.78 recorded by the gelding Property (Starcraft) in the following Blue... Read More

Man From Uncle Heading For Stardom

Having only his fourth race start and after sitting wide for much of the race, Man From Uncle overpowered Guard of Honour (Northern Meteor) close to home to win by a neck with Generalissimo (Dream Ahead) a close up third in 1:11.20. Man From Uncle was well backed late but had been overlooked by many... Read More

Volpe Veloce Remains Unbeaten After Taking Karaka 3YO Mile

Coming from well back in the straight, Volpe Veloce showed grit and determination to defeat Heroic Valour (Fastnet Rock) with Jon Snow (Iffraaj) a close up third. Time was 1:35.01 with the favourite, Group One winner Sacred Elixir (Pour Moi), in fourth place. Twice a winner at two years last season, Volpe Veloce has won... Read More

Rapper Dragon Emerges As A New Star In Hong Kong

Champion jockey Joao Moreira piloted the four-year-old gelding to a two length win over Seasons Bloom (Captain Sonador) with the winner’s stablemate Beauty Generation (Road To Rock) another three quarters of a length back in third place.Time was a quick 1:34.98, the last 400 metres covered in 22.03 seconds. This was Rapper Dragon’s fifth and... Read More

Houtzen Dominates In Magic Millions Two-Year-Old Classic

Coming from the extreme outside barrier, the filly jumped brilliantly, was easily able to cross the field to reach the lead then gave nothing else a chance. On a boiling hot day it was understandable that Houtzen faded a little in the closing stages but still had enough in reserve to hold on to defeat... Read More

South African Champion Legal Eagle Wins Second Queen’s Plate

This was the five-year-old gelding’s ninth win in 15 starts in which he has also placed four times so only twice has he missed a place. Legal Eagle faced a top class field last Saturday, defeating runner up Captain America (Captain Al) by two and a quarter lengths with Sail South (Sail From Seattle) in... Read More