English Programme Presenters

Brett Davis

Brett began in the racing media in his native South Australia in 1995 broadcasting to betting shops throughout the state and later to Queensland. In 2002 he moved to Tasmania to broadcast all codes of racing for Tope Sport Radio and Southern Cross TV.

In April 2005 ,Brett joined the Singapore Turf Club as a racing presenter and broadcaster, and was snapped up by the Club the following year. He began his Hong Kong duties during Cathay Pacific HKIR in 2006. Brett also acts as a race caller and form analyst on live broadcasts and on the preview programme, "Racing To Win".


Jenny Chapman

Jenny Chapman, twice champion Lady Jockey in Victoria, has a wealth of experience in racing broadcasts. She has worked for Channel 7 and Network 10 for well over a decade as a paddock and form analyst, including the live international telecast of the Melbourne Cup. Jenny began working on Hong Kong racing for Cable TV in 1995. Jenny is well respected in her role as Paddock Analyst on the "Trackside" programme, a position she assumed in 2007.

Paul Lally

Paul started working in the industry in the 1980s for the New Zealand Racing Board and also served as a Racing Secretary for six galloping and harness clubs around the country. He then moved to the United Kingdom to work for Ladbrokes where he learnt about compiling odds. After taking up the role of Head of Sports Betting with the New Zealand TAB, Paul joined the Hong Kong Jockey Club in 2008 to work in football betting and on the Jockey Challenge. The New Zealander now works as a consultant and is a popular tipster and analyst on "Racing To Win".


Edward Sadler

Edward Sadler has held a passion for horse racing for as long as he can remember. Hailing from a racing family, Edward's father, John Sadler, is a multiple group one winning trainer in Melbourne, while his late grandfather, Frank O'Brien, was a distinguished racing commentator, calling 20 Melbourne Cups in his career. Edward spent his teenage years travelling around Australia calling races at several different race tracks across the country. He arrives in Hong Kong on the back of international stints at the Singapore Turf Club and Dubai Racing Channel, working as a racing presenter at both organisations.


Andrew Le Jeune

Growing up close to Lambourn, the Valley of The Racehorse, in the South of England, Andrew was bitten by the racing bug at an early age. He joined classic winning flat trainer Henry Candy straight out of school to serve as an apprentice then later Grand National & Gold Cup winning trainer Toby Balding as a conditional jockey. A stint followed with a small successful dual purpose yard as an assistant trainer which led to a production role with At The Races before emigrating to Australia in 2005. Working as a Presenter, with Sky Racing Australia, Andrew was a studio anchor for some of the World's great race meetings including: Cheltenham Festival, Dubai World Cup, Derby, Royal Ascot, Durban July, Arc de Triomphe and Breeders' Cup meeting from the United States.


Tom Wood

Tom hails from a successful racing family with his parents training in partnership for a number of years, winning Group One races in New Zealand and Australia. In 2008 Tom joined New Zealand Racing Board's Trackside Television as a trainee commentator, before landing full time calling positions in Dunedin and the Central Districts. Tom was later picked up by the Singapore Turf Club in January 2017 and was promoted to be their number one broadcaster early in 2018.


Alan Aitken

Alan Aitken has been based in Hong Kong for 17 years of a career history spanning almost four decades in horse racing, working extensively in newspapers, television and radio in Australia, as a consultant to the Australian Jockey Club, as a jockey manager and his resume includes the famous Sydney on-track promotion, the Punter's Podium. Aitken is renowned for his keen insight into all aspects of horse racing including form analysis for some of the most successful bettors in Hong Kong racing.