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07 Dec 2017 | Hong Kong Jockey Club 
LONGINES Hong Kong International Races – 10 December 2017

Instruction 5(2)(i) of the Club’s Rules of Racing provides that any horse from overseas and invited to compete in an international race conducted by the Club may, with the permission of the Stewards, wear any item of approved gear in the saddling area, the parade ring and on the way to the start (but not in a race) on condition that such tack/gear has previously been approved to be worn by a Recognised Racing Authority.

Accordingly, the Stewards have approved the following horses declared for the Sha Tin racemeeting on Sunday, 10 December 2017 to wear a Hood in the parade ring but not during the race:-

TOSEN BASIL (Race 4, The LONGINES Hong Kong Vase)

LET’S GO DONKI (Race 5, The LONGINES Hong Kong Sprint)

The Stewards have also approved the following horse to wear a Hood in the parade ring and on the way to the start but not during the race:-

ONCE IN A MOON (Race 5, The LONGINES Hong Kong Sprint)

Further, the Stewards have approved the following horse to wear Ear Plugs in the parade ring and on the way to the start but not during the race:-

NEOREALISM (Race 8, The LONGINES Hong Kong Cup)

 
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