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Lukfook Jewellery Cup Photo Release

10/10/2015

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Packing Pins (No.4), trained by Ricky Yiu and ridden by Zac Purton, takes the Class 2 event of Lukfook Jewellery Cup today.
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Packing Pins (No.4), trained by Ricky Yiu and ridden by Zac Purton, takes the Class 2 event of Lukfook Jewellery Cup today.


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Jubilant connections of Packing Pins celebrate their victory after the race.
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Jubilant connections of Packing Pins celebrate their victory after the race.

Wong Wai Sheung, Chairman and Chief Executive, Lukfook Group presents a Trophy to Owner representative of winning horse Packing Pins.
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Wong Wai Sheung, Chairman and Chief Executive, Lukfook Group presents a Trophy to Owner representative of winning horse Packing Pins.

Raymond Lam, the spokesperson of Love Forever collection, presents a miniature to the winning trainer Ricky Yiu.
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Raymond Lam, the spokesperson of Love Forever collection, presents a miniature to the winning trainer Ricky Yiu.

Raymond Lam, the spokesperson of Love Forever collection, presents a miniature to the winning jockey Zac Purton.
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Raymond Lam, the spokesperson of Love Forever collection, presents a miniature to the winning jockey Zac Purton.

Stewards and CEO of the Club, senior management of Lukfook Group and Raymond Lam, the spokesperson of Love Forever collection, pose for the cameras with connections of Packing Pins at the trophy presentation ceremony for the Lukfook Jewellery Cup.
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Stewards and CEO of the Club, senior management of Lukfook Group and Raymond Lam, the spokesperson of Love Forever collection, pose for the cameras with connections of Packing Pins at the trophy presentation ceremony for the Lukfook Jewellery Cup.

Vincent Tse, Deputy Chairman and Deputy General Manager, Lukfook Group, and Raymond Lam, the spokesperson of Love Forever collection, jointly present a prize of HK$1,500 and a souvenir to the Stables Assistant responsible for Kabayan, the Best Turned Out Horse in the Lukfook Jewellery Cup.
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Vincent Tse, Deputy Chairman and Deputy General Manager, Lukfook Group, and Raymond Lam, the spokesperson of Love Forever collection, jointly present a prize of HK$1,500 and a souvenir to the Stables Assistant responsible for Kabayan, the Best Turned Out Horse in the Lukfook Jewellery Cup.

 

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