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The Hong Kong Reunification Cup Photo Release

01/07/2016

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Renaissance Art (No. 4), trained by Caspar Fownes and ridden by Nash Rawiller, wins the Hong Kong Reunification Cup at Sha Tin Racecourse today.
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Renaissance Art (No. 4), trained by Caspar Fownes and ridden by Nash Rawiller, wins the Hong Kong Reunification Cup at Sha Tin Racecourse today.


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Jubilant connections of Renaissance Art celebrate their victory after the race.
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Jubilant connections of Renaissance Art celebrate their victory after the race.

The Hon Lam Woon-kwong, Convenor of the Non-Official Members of the Executive Council of the HKSAR, presents the Hong Kong Reunification Cup to the representative of Hong Kong Pegasus Racing Syndicate, Owner of winning horse Renaissance Art.
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The Hon Lam Woon-kwong, Convenor of the Non-Official Members of the Executive Council of the HKSAR, presents the Hong Kong Reunification Cup to the representative of Hong Kong Pegasus Racing Syndicate, Owner of winning horse Renaissance Art.

Yang Jian, Deputy Director of the Liaison Office of the Central People��s Government in the HKSAR, presents a commemorative trophy to winning trainer Caspar Fownes.
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Song Ru��an, Deputy Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People��s Republic of China in the HKSAR, presents a commemorative trophy to winning jockey Nash Rawiller.
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Dr Trisha Leahy, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Sports Institute, presents a prize of HK$1,500 to the Stables Assistant responsible for Ambitious Champion, the Best Turned Out Horse in the Hong Kong Reunification Cup.
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Dr Trisha Leahy, Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Sports Institute, presents a prize of HK$1,500 to the Stables Assistant responsible for Ambitious Champion, the Best Turned Out Horse in the Hong Kong Reunification Cup.

 

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