Tag Archives: Neorealism

A DOSE OF REALISM AND NEOREALISM FROM MOREIRA IN THE AUDEMARS PIGUET QE11 CUP

By Hans Ebert @hanseberthk It wasn’t meant to happen. It wasn’t in the script. Just eight runners and what many quite rightly described as looking like being a “lacklustre race”, at least on paper. And then magic struck along with … Continue reading

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ANOTHER WAY OF LOOKING AT SUNDAY’S QE11 CUP #APQE11

By Hans Ebert This Sunday’s running of the Queen Elizabeth 11 Cup- the Audemars Piguet QE11 Cup in Sha Tin-will probably go down in Hong Kong racing history- and perhaps beyond- as one of the most telling, when it comes … Continue reading

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