By Hans Ebert
Happy Wednesday night was more like a celebration party after the success of HKIR week- a time to just chill and go with the flow. Many did at Adrenaline. We’d never seen anything like it before and really hope we have repeat performances. Bring entertainment to the races and it combines to create that field of dreams. Build it and they will come…
There’s the perception by many that horse racing is all about betting to win and starring the cast from some old Edward G Robinson gangster movie.
Those who criticise what they don’t understand really should make the time to see how much fun- and young- it can be when all the pieces fit. That night, which had an Eighties theme, it was only appropriate that legendary Irish rider Mick Kinane came up to the venue after the last race. There are riders and there are legends. Michael Kinane is a humble, down to earth legend- someone secure in his own skin.