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O’Sullivan looking forward to what Conghua has to offer

  • Wed, 08 Aug 2018
  • Dennis Ryan
An aerial shot gives some perspective of the Conghua training complex. HKJC photo.

An aerial shot gives some perspective of the Conghua training complex. HKJC photo.

This week Paul O’Sullivan farewelled family and friends in his home town Matamata as he braced himself for another Hong Kong racing season. It’s something he’s done every year since 2004, when he became the first New Zealander to be granted a trainer’s licence by the Hong Kong Jockey Club. With 11 domestic training premierships and numerous big wins at home and abroad on his CV, he was ready for the challenge and over the past 14 years he has made the most of it. Ea…
 

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