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International Racing News

Sky's International racing journalists keep you up-to-date with the latest from abroad in the world of thorougbred racing.

Longines Hong Kong Sprint Preview While Australian jockeys have enjoyed plenty of success in the Hong Kong Sprint, Takedown and Rebel Dane will look to fly the flag in what would be Australia’s first success since Falvelon's brilliant back to back wins in 2000 and 2001. - 8 Dec
Reel Can Defend Vase Crown Globetrotting superstar Highland Reel defends his Hong Kong Vase crown and once again looks to hold all the aces in what looks sure to be a race run at a fierce tempo. - 8 Dec
Able Friend And Maurice Bid For Further HK Glory Live on Sky Thoroughbred Central, Sha Tin Racecourse hosts an incredible HK$83 million seasonal showpiece on Sunday with two highly popular previous winners and rivals, Able Friend and Maurice, looking to repeat previous glories at the spectacular Longines Hong Kong International Race meeting. - 8 Dec
Faugheen Earmarked For Christmas Comeback Faugheen is likely to make his return over the festive period. - 6 Dec
LONGINES HKIR Track Notes LONGINES HKIR Track Notes - 6 Dec
Daniel Makes Amends In The Colonial Chief Stakes He has always had ability, which is apparent by looking at his record, but Daniel had not tasted success in 2016 from eight previous runs. - 6 Dec
One Thing Is For Shaw, Pat Is One Great Trainer It was an emotional day to say the least at Kranji today. - 6 Dec
'Big Day' For The New One As Chasing Bow Beckons At Exeter The New One has a first start over fences in the Harry Dutfield Memorial Novices' Chase at Exeter on Friday. - 3 Dec
Juglall Thrilled With Hong Kong 'chance Of A Lifetime' Nooresh Juglall is one jockey who will not be loafing around during the Christmas break. He is heading off to Hong Kong for a short stint, and to him, that is the best Christmas present ever. - 3 Dec
Quechua Gets Late Call-up For Hong Kong Singapore will in the end not be without runners at Hong Kong’s all-stars racing rendezvous, the LONGINES Hong Kong International races on December 11 after Quechua was handed a last-minute berth in the HK$16.5 million Group 1 LONGINES Hong Kong Vase (2400m). - 3 Dec