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Sha Tin trackwork - Saturday
06 May 2017 | Hong Kong Jockey Club 

Champions Mile & Chairman’s Sprint Prize tracknotes – Saturday, 6 May, 2017

Champions Mile


HELENE PARAGON – HK
Cantered one lap of the all-weather track.
Trainer John Moore said: “He’s really impressed me in his work this week. If he bounces back, he’s right amongst it.”

RAPPER DRAGON – HK
Cantered one lap of Sha Tin’s main all-weather track.
Trainer John Moore said: “I’m looking forward to it. He’s ready.”

STORMY ANTARCTIC – GB
Cantered on the all-weather track before being paddock schooled for the second time this week.
Trainer Ed Walker said: “He had a solid gallop yesterday but looks to have come through it really well. He's bright and on his toes this morning.”

CONVEY – GB
Cantered on the all-weather track.
Rider Kevin Bradshaw said: “He just rolled around and did his thing in his usual relaxed way. He's well.”

Chairman’s Sprint Prize

LUCKY BUBBLES – HK
Cantered one lap of the small all-weather track.
Trainer Francis Lui said: “I won’t know until tomorrow if he is on song, but I’ve done everything I can to get him back to his winning ways. He deserves a Group 1 win.”

BLIZZARD – HK
Cantered one lap of the small all-weather track.
Trainer Ricky Yiu said: “Damian flies in from Adelaide tonight. He’s as good as he can be.”


Rapper Dragon on the All Weather on Saturday, picture Hong Kong Jockey Club
 
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