* This uniquely named gentleman will join JoJo McKinnon for all simultaneous broadcasts of races.
* The HKJC introduces another unique way for newbies to understand horses and horse racing.
*Zac Purton decides The Ice Bucket Challenge has run its course and decides to change it up by wearing a bucket on top of his head and asks people to hit it with whatever they want as hard as they want.
Later complains of a “ringing sensation” in his ears and starts to speak VERY LOUDLY.
*CSL brings in a new bell ringer to launch their CSL Millions Challenge- the mind bogglingly challengingly horse racing competition that continues to challenge race-goers as it has nothing to do with them.
*Happy Wednesdays become much much happier when renamed Camp Happy with Ben Semmens performing gay anthems like “YMCA”, “Macho Man”, “Dancing Queen” and “Night Fever” at the Beer Garden to an audience of uniquely dressed, very loyal groupies.
*To prove he’s not an unfriendly, intimidating, selfish oaf, Dougie Whyte puts on a one-man act at The Punchline in Soho where his comedic timing often reminds audiences of the late Robin Williams, Jonathan Winters, Caspar Fownes, David Ferraris and Billy Crystal, combined.
*Gerald Mosse, jockey and swordsman extraordinaire, finally shares his Cherchez La Femme secrets with men the world over.
*At the end of another successful International Race Day, Executive Director of Racing, Billy Nader, does the right thing and, finally, launches himself into where man has never gone before along with his Project De Jour- a spectacular fireworks display.
* In-demand and Hong Kong’s Most Popular Jockey Joao Moreira rides five horses in one race.
*John Moore produces two new Heavy Metal purchases- Metallica and Motörhead.
* Stewards suspend jockey Neil Callan for intimidating fellow jockeys with this new workout regime.
More predictions to come later…
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