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HONG KONG HORSE RACING TIPS: WEDNESDAY 27/09/17

Horse Racing Hong Kong

HAPPY VALLEY

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Happy Valley

Race 1 – Massive Move $11.00

Race 2 – 11 Carry To Win $81.00

Race 3 – 10 City Winner $6.00

Race 4 – Born To Race $3.00

Race 5 – Beauty Connection $4.60

Race 6 – Winners Follow Me $41

Race 7 – 12 Kiram $4.80

Race 8 – Who Else But You $9.00

BEST BET: RACE 4 – 2 BORN TO RACE $3.00

HONG KONG TIPS (HAPPY VALLEY): WEDNESDAY 20/09/17

HONG KONG TIPS: HAPPY VALLEY

WEDNESDAY 20/09/17

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Horse Racing Hong Kong

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Happy Valley

Race 1 – 12 Great Toplight

Race 2 – Ho Ho Feel

Race 3 – Fun Manager

Race 4 – Crown Avenue

Race 5 – Formula Galore

Race 6 – Speedy Wally

Race 7 – 11 Charity Glory

Race 8 – Key Witness

 

 

BEST BET: 

Race 1 – 12 Great Toplight $2.00

 

NEXT BEST:

Race 6 – Speedy Wally $5.00

 

LAY OF THE DAY:

RACE 3 – 3 SWEET BEAN $3.00

 

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HONG KONG TIPS + BEST BETS – SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER, 2017

HONG KONG TIPS + BEST BETS

SUNDAY 10 SEPTEMBER, 2017

 

SHA TIN

Race 1 – Super Euro Star

Race 2 – Winning Vibe

Race 3 – Ambitious Heart

Race 4 – 10 Happy Century

Race 5 – Morethanlucky

Race 6 – Starlot

Race 7 – Magic Legend

Race 8 – Gorgeous Again

Race 9 – Happy Happy Star

Race 10 – 10 King Mortar

 

BEST BET: 

RACE 9 – Happy Happy Star

 

30/04/17 SUNDAY’S BEST BETS 

BEST BET:


•••Sha Tin••• (6:35pm AEST)

QEII CUP

Race 8-8 PAKISTAN STAR 🇵🇰⭐️🇵🇰⭐️🇵🇰

Group 1 winning Australian galloper owned by Lloyd Williams, THE UNITED STATES, runs in the QEII CUP also and while he does have the ability he meets a crack 7 horse field here in Hong Kong 🇭🇰 and would have to dramatically lift on recent Australian form to feature. 



OTHER BETS:

•••SHA TIN••• (5:30pm AEST)

Race 6-3 EAGLE WAY 🦅🦅🦅

Former Australian trained Gr1 winner of the QLD Derby who has his hoof right on the til and with the Magic Man aboard will take a mountain of beating here. 

•••SUNSHINE COAST••• (1:15 AEST)

Race 2-1 CRUZE

$14.00 & $3.30 (EACH WAY)

On debut here. Tip out of Eagle Farm suggests the Pierro gelding has decent ability. Worth a spec!

•••GEEELONG••• (3:20 AEST)

RACE 6-10 ZAGAYA

$3.10

Perfectly suited by 1500m trip. Drawn well. Is in top form and should be hard to toss here in what’s not an overly strong field. 

HONG KONG TIPS – INTERNATIONAL DAY – 11 DECEMBER 2016

HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL RACE DAY 2016 TIPS

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HONG KONG’S BIGGEST RACE DAY OF THE YEAR IS HERE, THE HONG KONG INTERNATIONAL RACE DAY & IT IS NOW CONSIDERED ONE OF THE BIGGEST RACE DAYS ON THE GLOBAL HORSE RACING CALENDAR.

THE HUGE 10 RACE PROGRAM INCLUDES 4 RACES AT GROUP 1 LEVEL-

  • HONG KONG VASE – US$2,846,943
  • HONG KONG SPRINT – US$3,192,027
  • HONG KONG MILE – US$3,968,466
  • HONG KONG CUP – US$4,313,550

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RACE 1: 12.HOUSE OF FUN

RACE 2: 12.WILLIE WAY

RACE 3: 11.BEAT THE CLOCK

RACE 4 HONG KONG VASE: 1.HIGHLAND REEL* $1.80

RACE 5 HONG KONG SPRINT: 4.NOT LISTENIN’TOME $9.50

RACE 6: 3.LUCKY YEAR

RACE 7 HONG KONG MILE: 7.NEOREALISM $7.00

RACE 8 HONG KONG CUP: 2.MAURICE $2.00

RACE 9: 5.LET US WIN

RACE 10: 5.PAKISTAN STAR

 

BEST BET:

RACE 4 – 1 HIGHLAND REEL $1.80 ~ALL UP~ RACE 8 – 2 MAURICE $2.00

= $3.60

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HAPPY VALLEY TIPS – 18 MAY 2016

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~~HAPPY VALLEY TIPS~~

WEDNESDAY

18 MAY 2016

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Horse Racing – Hong Kong

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Happy Valley

Race 1

10 – Optimism 

 

Race 2

7 – Massive Power 

Race 3

11 – King Bountiful 

Race 4

7 – Secret Agent 

Race 5

9 – Ocean Roar *

Race 6

12 – Tom’s Charm 

Race 7

7 – Newswire Free **

~BEST BET OF NIGHT~

Race 8

7 – Golden Sleep 

Race 9

10 – Caga Force 

 

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SPECIALS RATING SYSTEM EXPLAINED

EACH DAY WITH OUR FREE ONLINE TIPPING SERVICE WE PROVIDE PUNTERS WITH OUR “SPECIALS” OR IN OTHER WORDS OUR “BEST BETS ON THE DAY”.

WHEN THE ASTERIX ~*~ SYMBOL APPEARS NEXT TO A RUNNERS NAME, THAT DENOTES THAT, THAT PARTICULAR HORSE IS ONE OF OUR SPECIALS OF THE DAY.

WE RATE EACH OF OUR SPECIALS DAILY ON A SCALE FROM 1 STAR – *. RIGHT THROUGH TO 5 STARS – *****. THIS IS TO GIVE OUR PUNTERS A CLEAR IDEA ON JUST HOW CONFIDENT WE ARE ON A HORSES CHANCES;

1 STAR * = SLIGHTLY CONFIDENT. SHOULD RUN WELL

2 STARS ** = GOOD CONFIDENCE. SHOULD DEFINITELY BE TOP 3

3 STARS *** = MEDIUM CONFIDENCE. SHOULD DEFNITELY FINIDH TOP 2

4 STARS **** = VERY HIGH CONFIDENCE. SHOULD BE VERY, VERY HARD TO BEAT

5 STARS ***** = ENORMOUS CONFIDENCE. SHOCKED IF IT LOOSES

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GROUP 1 CHAIRMAN’S SPRINT PRIZE TRACK WORK NOTES

BUFFERING (AUS)

Galloped 1200m on the turf course under work rider Melanie Sharpe in 1m 25.6s (400m splits: 33.0, 29.1, 23.5).
Trainer Robert Heathcote said: “Very happy with his work. Nice blow out and Melanie (Sharpe) gave him the thumbs up. It was a bit warm out there and we galloped quite late in the morning, after waiting for the trials to finish, but it didn’t bother him. Coming from Queensland, he’s used to the humidity.”

 

 

CHAUTAUQUA (AUS)

Galloped 1000m on the turf course under work rider Britt McDonald in 1m 02.3s (200m splits: 15.4, 13.2, 12.4, 10.9, 10.4)
Co-trainer John Hawkes said: “He worked really well. I’m sure the sectionals will be quick but really the time is immaterial with a horse like this. We know he can run time. He’s got a massive stride and he really lowers himself, like a Ferrari, when he’s at full stretch. It’s more about how he pulls up; he had a bit of a blow but he’s fine, perfect. He sweated up but that’s no issue. It’s a natural function of exercise in the warm weather. It’s only a worry if they sweat up and they’re all revved up but he’s perfectly relaxed.”

 

 

DIVINE BOY (HK)

Big-race jockey Derek Leung partnered Divine Boy in a 1050m all-weather (wet/slow track) barrier trial this morning and passed the post three lengths in front in a time of 1m 01.77s.
Jockey Derek Leung said: “He felt good, he’s fit and everything’s well. It was an easy trial, he was better than them and it was all smooth. It was a good work out for the weekend, so hopefully he will run well.”

 

 

GOLD-FUN (HK)

Galloped 1200m on the all-weather track in 1m 24.0s (33.4, 27.4, 23.2), in company with Shining Champion.

 

LUCKY BUBBLES (HK)

Worked 400m (turf track) in 24.6s under Brett Prebble.

 

 

MONGOLIAN SATURDAY (USA)

Jockey Douglas Whyte galloped the gelding yesterday morning.
“I sat on him yesterday and he worked nicely. He likes to do things his own way; he wants to do everything a bit quickly. But he’s settled in nicely and I’m glad he came in early – he’s gelled into the place.”

 

 

NOT LISTENIN’TOME (HK)

Trainer John Moore said: “He’ll work on grass Thursday morning. You just don’t know after a horse travels, he’s given every indication since Dubai that he’s fine but you just don’t know until they race.”

INTERVIEW: Tommy Berry on Chautauqua’s hopes

TOMMY BERRY GETS INTERVIEWED ABOUT THE CHANCES OF CHAUTAUQUA!

 

TRACK GALLOP VIDEOS: Chautauqua & Buff in great shape

Chautauqua and Buffering, Australia’s representatives for the Chairman’s Sprint Prize in Hong Kong, continue to thrive ahead of the race.

Chautauqua has allayed any fears his trainers might have had over his ability to cope with his first overseas trip.

Michael Hawkes is in charge of the champion sprinter in Hong Kong while his father John and brother Wayne look after the stables at home in Australia.

 

 

Chautauqua is the world’s highest-ranked sprinter after his second TJ Smith Stakes win earlier this month.

He arrived in Hong Kong last week to prepare for the Chairman’s Sprint Prize on Sunday and Hawkes said he had settled in well.

“It’s great to see him so relaxed,” Hawkes said.

“He does have a mind of his own and he likes to be left alone.

“He’s that sort of horse and he can be a bit on edge at times but here he’s really settled.

“The biggest thing is the climate but it was cooler the first couple of days after he arrived and I think that helped.

“Having the extra week here has been beneficial.”

Chautauqua had a light canter on the all weather track on Monday ahead of a gallop a day later.

Among his opponents on Sunday is Buffering who is now an old hand at the travel caper.

The veteran sprinter has made many trips from his Brisbane home to Melbourne and Perth and more recently travelled to Dubai where he won the Al Quoz Sprint in March.

His trainer Robert Heathcote said he had maintained his fitness and everything had gone smoothly.

“He’s feeling good,” Heathcote said.

“He pranced on to the track this morning so you know he’s full of himself.

“We’ve just got to keep him ticking over.”

 

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