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Centenary Sprint Cup

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History

HOT KING PRAWN winning the Centenary Sprint Cup.
HOT KING PRAWN winning the Centenary Sprint Cup. Picture: HKJC

The Centenary Sprint Cup is a Group 1 race run under Weight For Age conditions for the sprinters at Sha Tin conducted by Hong Kong Jockey Club.
The Centenary Sprint Cup is run over 1200m. It was first run in 1984 celebrating the HKJC's centenary.
It is the first leg of the Hong Kong Speed Series leading into the Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup and the Chairman's Sprint Prize.
It gained G1 status in 2018.
Some grand Hong Kong sprinters have tasted success in the race. Best Of The Best, Silent Witness, Scintillation, Sacred Kingdom, Eagle Regiment, Peniaphobia and Beat The Clock are all multiple winners.
Beat The Clock would win in 2019 and later that campaign take the Chairman's Sprint Prize. He doubled up in 2020 with the second Sprint Cup.
The Centenary Sprint Cup was worth HK$12m in 2022.
Notable winners of the Centenary Sprint Cup include Hot King Prawn (2021), Beat The Clock (2019/2020), Aerovelocity (2016), Peniaphobia (2015/2017), Eagle Regiment (2012/2013), Sacred Kingdom (2010/2011), Absolute Champion (2008), Scintillation (2006/2007), Silent Witness (2004/2005), Grand Delight (2003), Best Of The Best (1999/2000) and Mr Vitality (1995).
The 2022 Centenary Sprint Cup was won by Stronger from Sky Field and Hot King Prawn.
Racing and Sports

Previous Centenary Sprint Cup Winners

Date Horse Jockey WT Trainer BP
STRONGER (AUS) 5H
NOT A SINGLE DOUBT (AUS) - STAR PUPIL (AUS) STARCRAFT (NZ)
C Y HO 57.0 D WHYTE 6
HOT KING PRAWN (AUS) 6G
DENMAN (AUS) - DE CHORUS (AUS) UNBRIDLED'S SONG (USA)
J MOREIRA 57.0 JOHN SIZE 2
BEAT THE CLOCK (AUS) 6G
Hinchinbrook (AUS) - FLION FENENA (AUS) LION HUNTER (AUS)
J MOREIRA 57.0 JOHN SIZE 3
BEAT THE CLOCK (AUS) 5G
Hinchinbrook (AUS) - FLION FENENA (AUS) LION HUNTER (AUS)
J MOREIRA 57.0 JOHN SIZE 4
D B PIN (NZ) 5G
Darci Brahma (NZ) - Pins 'N' Needles (NZ) PINS (AUS)
O DOLEUZE 57.0 JOHN SIZE 8
PENIAPHOBIA (IRE) 6G
DANDY MAN (IRE) - UMLANI (IRE) GREAT COMMOTION (USA)
N CALLAN 55.0 A S CRUZ 8
AEROVELOCITY (NZ) 7G
PINS (AUS) - EXODUS (NZ) KAAPSTAD (NZ)
Z PURTON 57.0 P O'SULLIVAN 4
PENIAPHOBIA (IRE) 4G
DANDY MAN (IRE) - UMLANI (IRE) GREAT COMMOTION (USA)
D WHYTE 57.0 A S CRUZ 1
AMBER SKY (AUS) 4G
EXCEED AND EXCEL (AUS) - Truly Wicked (AUS) RUBITON (AUS)
J MOREIRA 57.0 P F YIU 6
EAGLE REGIMENT (AUS) 5G
El Moxie (USA) - Fire Lake (AUS) BUREAUCRACY (NZ)
O DOLEUZE 57.0 MANFRED MAN 13
EAGLE REGIMENT (AUS) 4G
El Moxie (USA) - Fire Lake (AUS) BUREAUCRACY (NZ)
O DOLEUZE 57.0 MANFRED MAN 4
SACRED KINGDOM (AUS) 7G
ENCOSTA DE LAGO (AUS) - COURTROOM SWEETIE (AUS) ZEDITAVE (AUS)
B PREBBLE 57.0 P F YIU 6
SACRED KINGDOM (AUS) 6G
ENCOSTA DE LAGO (AUS) - COURTROOM SWEETIE (AUS) ZEDITAVE (AUS)
B PREBBLE 58.0 P F YIU 9
INSPIRATION (AUS) 5G
FLYING SPUR (AUS) - LA BAMBA (AUS) LAST TYCOON (AUS)
G MOSSE 58.0 JOHN MOORE 11
ABSOLUTE CHAMPION (AUS) 6G
MARAUDING (NZ) - BEAUTY BELLE (AUS) IDEAL PLANET (AUS)
B PREBBLE 58.0 DAVID HALL 2
SCINTILLATION (AUS) 6G
DANEHILL (USA) - SUBTERFUGE (GB) MACHIAVELLIAN (USA)
E SAINT-MARTIN 58.0 C S SHUM 1
SCINTILLATION (AUS) 5G
DANEHILL (USA) - SUBTERFUGE (GB) MACHIAVELLIAN (USA)
E SAINT-MARTIN 58.0 C S SHUM 7
SILENT WITNESS (AUS) 5G
EL MOXIE (USA) - JADE TIARA (NZ) BUREAUCRACY (NZ)
F COETZEE 58.0 A S CRUZ 10
SILENT WITNESS (AUS) 4G
EL MOXIE (USA) - JADE TIARA (NZ) BUREAUCRACY (NZ)
F COETZEE 58.0 A S CRUZ 5
GRAND DELIGHT (AUS) 5G
HURRICANE SKY (AUS) - EGYPTIAN IBIS (NZ)
R S DYE 58.0 JOHN SIZE 3

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