Conghua training steps out with winners

Building any new facility is always carries the caveat that it must actually work and succeed - the initial success of the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s new Conghua training facility 200 kilometres into Mainland China from Hong Kong both surprised, delighted and presented new challenges for officials - John Size leads the way

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New Legend continues to stroll on at Busan

There is a new prospect on the Korean racing block as New Legend continued his impressive homecoming over 1800m at Busan on Sunday

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It takes a moment to absorb Conghua

There are the precise numbers of cost and facilities, there is the size and what it must have taken to physically build the course on the green fields site in Guangdong Province 200 kilometres into the Chinese mainland, the massive management effort in liaising with multiple levels of government, the vision and what it means for the future of Hong Hong racing and Chinese equine development.

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Admire Mars pulls away to capture 70th Asahi Hai Futurity Stakes

Second favorite and undefeated Admire Mars claimed this year’s Asahi Hai Futurity Stakes at Hanshin on Sunday by a two-length margin and stretched his winning streak to four.

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Ecton Blade, Mask headline Sunday features at Busan and Seoul

Ecton Blade and Mask came home 1st and 2nd in the Korean Derby in May and the pair of them are in class 1 action on Sunday afternoon in the respective feature races at Busan and Seoul.

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Seoul and Busan Sunday meeting preview

Seoul and Busan Sunday meeting preview - the 12 race Seoul programme is broadcast commences at 12.45pm AEST on Sky Racing2

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Seoul's Saturday meeting preview

Seoul's Saturday meeting preview - Class 2 (1800M) Handicap / KRW 90 Million - Geumtusa has won two of his latest three,

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Asahi Hai Futurity Stakes (G1) - Preview

Once again the focus on Sunday will be on the top two-year-old's in Japan, when the Grade 1 Asahi Hai Futurity Stakes will be run at Hanshin Racecourse over a mile on the outer turf course, the same course and distance as last Sunday’s Grade 1 Hanshin Juvenile Fillies,

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Busan's Friday meeting preview

Busan's Friday meeting preview - Class 2 (1800M) Handicap / KRW 90 Million - a winner of three from six so far, (10) New York Mangchi looks headed for greater things

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Australian and Hong Kong quarantine impasse likely to be over within months

With the next international meeting for Sha Tin Champions Day on April 28th, 2019, with three Group 1 races, Queen Elizabeth II Cup, Champions Mile and Chairman’s Sprint Prize, there is confidence within the Hong Kong Jockey Club that Australian runners will be able to travel to Hong Kong for that meeting within regular quarantine time frames.

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