Tag Archives: HORSE RACING IN CHINA

THE AUSTRALIAN CHINESE JOCKEY CLUB: THE LITTLE ENGINE THAT COULD?

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk This might surprise those who talk and write about “gambling mad Asians,” but not all Chinese- and Chinese are Chinese and don’t even consider themselves Asians- get weak in the knees to be part of horse … Continue reading

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THE CHINA RACING SYNDROME

Everyone and their dog wants a piece of the action- but the question is whether there is any bona fide action and if there’s any meat on the bone. For years- make that decades- we have heard of individuals and … Continue reading

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THE “SPINNING OUTTA CONTROL” ISSUE

Racing writer Alan Aitken wrote an interesting piece in Hong Kong’s Morning Post last week. It was a very looooooong piece that went from the win of Dim Sum at the Lunar New Year Meeting to the local constabulary making … Continue reading

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