WHAT TO DO WHEN A TYPHOON RUINS A RACE DAY AT SHATIN

(Courtesy of http://www.fasttrack.hk)

THE FAST TRACK GUIDE TO TYPHOON SUNDAY AT SHATIN 1

* Go to Shatin, anyway, play with the Race Simulator, imagine winning every race and walk to the counters to collect your money.

WHAT TO DO WHEN A TYPHOON RUINS A RACE DAY AT SHATIN 1

* Stay home and watch Singing In The Rain with nothing on except for a raincoat and with an umbrella above you.

WHAT TO DO WHEN A TYPHOON RUINS A RACE DAY AT SHATIN 2

* Pick what you would have bet on, then pretend you’re Darren Flindell and call each race making sure your selections win. Call and tweet your friends about your wins.

WHAT TO DO WHEN A TYPHOON RUINS A RACE DAY AT SHATIN 3

* Walk through Central singing The Wind Cries Mary while playing air guitar like Jimi Hendrix.

* Borrow a horse from Sean Woods, ride it over 1000 metres and imagine you’re riding his first winner. Rent a crowd for the winning picture and make sure perennial photo hogger Natalis Chan is in it.

WHAT TO DO WHEN A TYPHOON RUINS A RACE DAY AT SHATIN 4

* Present an umbrella, keychain and cap to Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, CEO of the HKJC.

WHAT TO DO WHEN A TYPHOON RUINS A RACE DAY AT SHATIN 5

* Run around the Shatin track in slow motion with the theme from Chariots Of Fire blasting through the PA system.

WHAT TO DO WHEN A TYPHOON RUINS A RACE DAY AT SHATIN 6

* Bring some hookers to the track and tell them, “See all this? I own it all.”

WHAT TO DO WHEN A TYPHOON RUINS A RACE DAY AT SHATIN 7

* Name your new horse Typhoon Usagi. Make sure it’s a mudlark with a really bad wind problem.

WHAT TO DO WHEN A TYPHOON RUINS A RACE DAY AT SHATIN 8

* Walk up to total strangers and ask them, “You Soggy?”

Instead of a high five, create a new handshake called an Usagi.

WHAT TO DO WHEN A TYPHOON RUINS A RACE DAY AT SHATIN 9

* Help the Hong Kong Observatory out by being their spokesman when having to appear on television and give updates on a typhoon.

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