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Le French May Trophy and the France Galop Cup Photo Release

17/05/2017

To celebrate the spirit of horse racing and partnership of the festival for the sixth consecutive year, Le French May and the Hong Kong Jockey Club jointly presented the ninth edition of the French Day at Happy Valley Racecourse tonight (17 May), when two trophy races, Le French May Trophy and the France Galop Cup, were staged. In reciprocity, the Club will name two of the races at the meeting to be held at Deauville Racecourse in France on 15 August, 2017.

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Breeders�� Star (No. 6), trained by David Ferraris and ridden by Neil Callan, takes the Le French May Trophy.  Mr Eric Berti, Consul General of France in Hong Kong and Macau, presents the trophy to the winning owner Hong Kong Breeders Club Syndicate representative (Photo 3).  Dr Andrew S Yuen, Chairman of Le French May and Julien- Lo?c Garin, Chief Executive Officer of Le French May Arts Festival present the souvenirs to the winning trainer David Ferraris (Photo 4) and jockey Neil Callan respectively (Photo 5).
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Breeders�� Star (No. 6), trained by David Ferraris and ridden by Neil Callan, takes the Le French May Trophy. Mr Eric Berti, Consul General of France in Hong Kong and Macau, presents the trophy to the winning owner Hong Kong Breeders Club Syndicate representative (Photo 3). Dr Andrew S Yuen, Chairman of Le French May and Julien- Lo?c Garin, Chief Executive Officer of Le French May Arts Festival present the souvenirs to the winning trainer David Ferraris (Photo 4) and jockey Neil Callan respectively (Photo 5). nt>


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Super Turbo (No. 7), trained by David Hall and ridden by Joao Moreira, wins the France Galop Cup.  Mr Jean-Pierre Colombu, Vice-President of France Galop, presents the trophy to the winning owner Ronald Ma Chun Ho (Photo 9).  Mr Eric Berti, Consul General of France in Hong Kong and Macau, presents a souvenir to trainer David Hall (Photo 10) and Dr Andrew S Yuen, Chairman of Le French May, presents a souvenir to jockey Joao Moreira (Photo 11).
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Super Turbo (No. 7), trained by David Hall and ridden by Joao Moreira, wins the France Galop Cup. Mr Jean-Pierre Colombu, Vice-President of France Galop, presents the trophy to the winning owner Ronald Ma Chun Ho (Photo 9). Mr Eric Berti, Consul General of France in Hong Kong and Macau, presents a souvenir to trainer David Hall (Photo 10) and Dr Andrew S Yuen, Chairman of Le French May, presents a souvenir to jockey Joao Moreira (Photo 11).


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