HORSE RACING

 
TDN Weekend - February 2018 edition

TDN Weekend - February 2018 edition

Thoroughbred Daily News Weekend, "Conghua Racecourse" (Feb 2018)

The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s recently opened training facility in mainland China displays all the aspects of an impressive top-of-the-class racecourse that has left nothing to chance.


TDN International - 2018.12.12

TDN International - 2018.12.12

Thoroughbred Daily News International, “Positive Start for Conghua Racecourse” (2018.12.12)

The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s new racecourse in Conghua, China offers trainers a plethora of facilities above and beyond what is available at the Club’s two Hong Kong racecourses. Although it has officially been in operation less than six months, the Club's investment in Conghua is already seeing positive results in Hong Kong racing. As of Dec. 12, 2018, 25 winners for the season have been trained in Conghua.


TDN Weekend - December 2017

Thoroughbred Daily News Weekend, "A Taste of China" (Dec 2017)

Planning a trip to the Longines Hong Kong International Races December 10? Make sure to pack an appetite. This feature article is published in the Thoroughbred Daily News (TDN) weekend lifestyle magazine, TDN Weekend. The TDN is known as the Wall Street Journal for the Thoroughbred industry worldwide.  


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Gallop Magazine, "Witness to a City" (2016)

A 10-page feature on Gallop Magazine (Issue 3/ 2016) interviewing three time world champion sprinter Silent Witness (精英大師)'s owner and outline the history of Hong Kong since 1890s. 


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Time Out HK, "Hong Kong Profile: Zac Purton, champion jockey" (2016) 

Interviewing HK Champion Jockey Zac Purton ahead of the Queen Elizabeth II Cup (2016)


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The Culture Trip UK, Horse Racing in HK: An Enduring Tradition (2016)

Horse racing is Hong Kong’s most popular sport and one of its residents’ biggest passions. The Culture Trip explores why the sport of kings is so revered in this former British colony and how visitors and locals alike can make the most of this Hong Kong pastime.