In the opener of the evening, Fortune Master (Brazen Beau) wanted it more displaying the sought-after head-down determination winning by a short head for Jamie Richards and Zac Purton.
This comes a week following the combination of Richards-Purton-Brazen Beau unleashing Laser Victory at the same track with the three-year-old son of Brazen Beau turning out a dominant 1.25-length victory on debut.
Race 2 saw barn mate Kermadec join in on the action with Super Hong Kong producing a 1.25-length performance for South African-born Tony Millard.
Giving others the opportunity to get their names on the board, it was to Race 8 which saw Kermadec chime in again with a masterful performance by Running Glory, Hugh Bowman and John Size, who currently leads the Hong Kong Trainers' Premiership.
In the last on the 10-race card, smart four-year-old Atullibigeal (Street Boss) laid claim to a tilt at the BMW Hong Kong Derby with a swift 1.25-length win for trainer David Hall and jockey Hugh Bowman, bringing up a treble on the card for the Champion jockey.
Nice Win ! Super Hong Kong (香港精神) scored his 3rd win @HKJC_Racing today, by @DarleyAus Kermadec was sold $140K under @AquisFarm Draft in 2019 National Yearling Sale @mmsnippets . Congratulations to all connections! 🎊🎉 👏🏻 https://t.co/UI6spwghxK— Nicky Wong (@NickyWongMM) February 19, 2023
🇭🇰 @JamieRichards3, @zpurton & #BrazenBeau are on fire 🔥— Darley in Australia (@DarleyAus) February 19, 2023
Last Sunday three-year-old LASER VICTORY won on debut by 1.25 lengths 👉 this Sunday it’s FORTUNE MASTER turning it up!
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