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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
25 MAR 2020

R1 - R8 GOOD

-895
18 MAR 2020

R1 - R8 GOOD

-896
11 MAR 2020

R1 - R8 GOOD

-894
04 MAR 2020

R1 - R8 GOOD

-894
26 FEB 2020

R1 - R9 GOOD

-9104
12 FEB 2020

R1 - R6 GOOD FIRM

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R7 - R8 GOOD

-896
05 FEB 2020

R1 - R8 GOOD

-895
29 JAN 2020

R1 - R9 GOOD

-9107
22 JAN 2020

R1 - R9 GOOD

-9107
15 JAN 2020

R1 - R9 GOOD

-9105
08 JAN 2020

R1 - R9 GOOD

-9104
26 DEC 2019

R1 - R9 GOOD

-9106

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Related News

Purton and Moreira set for long tussle but first it’s FWD Champions Day

Joao Moreira relinquished his lead in the jockeys’ title race to reigning champion Zac Purton at Happy Valley midweek and both riders are psyched for an unrelenting fight for the crown through the season’s final four months.

Transcendent aims to keep on rising in hot Sha Tin feature

Transcendent will attempt to maintain a perfect start to his Hong Kong career when he lines up under a new pilot in a smoking hot Class 2 Chak On Handicap (1200m) at Sha Tin on Sunday (29 March).

Golden glory for Ho and Lui in BMW Hong Kong Derby

Golden Sixty triumphed in an epic HK$20 million BMW Hong Kong Derby (2000m) at Sha Tin today (Sunday, 22 March) to complete a brilliant whitewash of the Four-Year-Old Classic Series.

Golden Sixty puts Ho in the lead role for the BMW Hong Kong Derby

Vincent Ho shifts his weight to his left foot – the fingers of his right hand flick the outside seam of his thigh and for but a fleeting instant his steady lo-fi monotone stalls, intruded upon by what appears to be a prickling of self-consciousness.

Sweet first as Borges gets his Hong Kong win

Vagner Borges realised a dream when he bagged his first Hong Kong win at Happy Valley tonight (18 March) with an all-the-way success aboard Very Sweet Orange in the Class 3 Cassia Handicap (1000m).

Matthew Poon gets a ticket to ride the BMW Hong Kong Derby train

Matthew Poon is preparing for a big day in the saddle on Sunday (22 March) when he will jump aboard the Tony Cruz-trained Private Secretary for a first-time ride in the HK$20 million BMW Hong Kong Derby (2000m).

Moore relies on Savvy for ‘final’ BMW Hong Kong Derby

Savvy Nine was not John Moore’s idea of what his final BMW Hong Kong Derby runner would look like but the trainer is hopeful that his useful European import will outrun his rating and “pick up a cheque” in Sunday’s (22 March) HK$20 million feature.

Ting’s Amazing Star seeks redemption

Jimmy Ting is hoping Amazing Star can put a mishap in the gates behind him when he takes his place in the Class 2 Begonia Handicap (1200m) at Happy Valley on Wednesday (18 March).

Tan hopes to see the Melbourne side of First Chief

Trainer Jerome Tan can only smile when he hears the incessant ribbing over his “Group 1 horse” ever since First Chief walked into his stable last August.

Simply Brilliant as Leung seals a Sha Tin treble

Derek Leung capped a steely treble at Sha Tin on Saturday, 14 March when Simply Brilliant earned just reward in the afternoon’s feature, the Class 1 Lung Cheung Handicap (1600m).

Golden Sixty heads BMW Hong Kong Derby selected runners

Hong Kong’s star four-year-old Golden Sixty heads 14 selected runners for the HK$20 million BMW Hong Kong Derby (2000m) at Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday, 22 March.

Purton’s Ready to kick-on to new milestones

Zac Purton reached a milestone with his 1100th Hong Kong win at Sha Tin at the weekend and the champion jockey is hoping to add to his tally from a full book of rides at Happy Valley on Wednesday night (11 March).

Recovery complete as Hot King Prawn’s quality seals success

Joao Moreira put it down to “class” and it was impossible to argue with the Brazilian’s assertion after Hot King Prawn defied top-weight to win a sizzling Class 1 contest at Sha Tin on Sunday (8 March).

Sha Tin Tips Article for Race Meeting on 8th March 2020

Selections and Analysis for Sunday’s (8 March) race meeting at Sha Tin.