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THE FAREWELL TO ABLE FRIEND: THAT WAS IT?
By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk @Georgejmoore8 Don't know what I was expecting, but thought Able Friend deserved a better farewell. At least to me, it was flat @HKJC_Racing — RacingB*tch (@Racingb_tch) May 29, 2017 Silent Witness or Able Friend? What about … Continue reading
LONGINES HKIR DAY: HONG KONG’S EARLY CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO THE WORLD
Let’s first get those “boring numbers” out of the way: 74,000 people on course and a turnover of HK$1.465 billion. On top of this, add another HK$65 million from commingling. Financially, Sunday’s LONGINES International Races at Shatin was another huge … Continue reading
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