Among the four Hong Kong International Races taking place on Sunday at Sha Tin Racecourse, the most difficult to handicap is surely the Hong Kong Sprint.
If you need an example of how varying race distances can affect the form of individual horses, just check out the Hong Kong Vase (G1) at Sha Tin Racecourse.
Among the four Group 1 events that comprise the Hong Kong International Races at Sha Tin Racecourse, the Hong Kong Cup (G1) looms as the most coveted prize.
A field of extraordinary depth and talent has assembled for the Hong Kong Mile (G1) at Sha Tin Racecourse, but Golden Sixty is clearly the horse to beat.
The favorites look formidable in Sunday’s four Hong Kong International Races at Sha Tin, but value-oriented alternatives abound.
Planning to bet the ultra-competitive races in Hong Kong this winter? Here are three helpful handicapping trends to keep in mind:
The 2019-20 racing season in Hong Kong draws to a close on Wednesday with a nine-race card at Happy Valley, an evening of racing added to the original schedule to compensate for a cancelled card last September.
Just four days of racing remain during the 2019-20 season in Hong Kong, including a rare afternoon of midweek racing at Sha Tin slated for Wednesday.
Free picks for betting Hong Kong International Racing at Happy Valley by Keeler Johnson.
The racing continues in Hong Kong and we have a few enticing bets to offer. See how to structure your tickets at Happy Valley Wed. evening.
Betting Hong Kong racing as Sprinters and stayers will both be featured prominently during Wednesday’s nine-race card at Happy Valley – 6:45 a.m. ET.
If you love high-class international horse racing, you won’t want to miss the Hong Kong International Races at Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday. Four rich prizes – the 2,400-meter Hong Kong Vase…