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HAPPY VALLEY

Hong Kong - HK | RACE COURSE GUIDE

  • Wan Chai District, Hong Kong

Racecourse : Happy Valley (Hong Kong)

Last 12 Meetings

DateSOTRailsRacesRunners
14 JUL 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD FIRM

-9107
07 JUL 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD

-9107
23 JUN 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD

-9105
09 JUN 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD

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R6 - R8 GOOD FIRM

-9108
02 JUN 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD

-9107
26 MAY 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD FIRM

-9104
19 MAY 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD FIRM

-9106
05 MAY 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD FIRM

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R6 - R7 GOOD

-9104
28 APR 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD

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R4 - R7 GOOD FIRM

-9104
21 APR 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD FIRM

-998
14 APR 2021

R1 - R9 GOOD FIRM

-9106
08 APR 2021

R1 - R8 GOOD FIRM

-999

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Davis Files : Happy Valley Preview - 14th July 2021

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Golden Sixty named Horse of the Year at Hong Kong’s Champion Awards

Golden Sixty’s outstanding exploits during the 2020/21 season earned the multiple Group 1 victor the Hong Kong Horse of the Year award at a special presentation function held at Happy Valley Clubhouse tonight, Tuesday, 13 July.

Caspar Fownes to celebrate championship with strong Valley team

Celebrating a fourth trainers’ championship, Caspar Fownes hopes to lay the foundations for a successful defence of the title in 2021/22 by unleashing an imposing team on the Hong Kong season finale at Happy Valley on Wednesday night (14 July).

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Class drop could land breakthrough win for Front Money

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Caspar Fownes claims Hong Kong trainers’ crown

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Fourth Trainer’s Title for Caspar Fownes

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Jerry Chau’s record-breaking season nears climax

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Douglas Whyte’s precise planning pays off with Mister Snowdon

Accustomed to the stratospheric heights of Hong Kong racing as a 13-time champion jockey, Douglas Whyte savoured one of his sweetest moments as a trainer when Mister Snowdon delivered on meticulous planning to win the Class 2 Ip Jug Handicap (1400m) at Sha Tin on Sunday (4 July).

Davis Files : Sha Tin Preview - 4th July 2021

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Moreira lands fourth Hong Kong jockeys’ championship

Joao Moreira will be crowned this season’s champion jockey in Hong Kong after a suspension to Zac Purton ruled the Australian rider out of the final two race meetings.

Matthew Poon’s rollercoaster day ends with Hong Kong Reunification Cup victory

Matthew Poon experienced racing’s highs and lows in rapid succession at Sha Tin on Thursday (1 July), compensating for a weighing out mistake in an undercard race before savouring victory in the day’s feature – the Class 2 Hong Kong Reunification Cup Handicap (1800m) – aboard Jimmy Ting’s Super Football.