Hong Kong International Races free to watch & live on Racing UK

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British globetrotter Red Cadeaux (pictured above) will be flying the flag for Europe in the Longines Hong Kong International Races on Sunday – live and free to watch on Racing UK (Sky 432).

Red Cadeaux will bid to emulate his 2012 victory in the Hong Kong Vase and Ed Dunlop’s pride and joy comes here after finishing second for the third time in the Emirates Melbourne Cup last month.

Other star names to watch out for on Racing UK include fellow Hong Kong Vase runner, Flintshire,who was also second in two of the world’s great mile and a half events this autumn, the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe in France and the Breeders’ Cup Turf in the US.

He is set to face the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf third, Just The Judge, winner of the EP Taylor Stakes in October and the Irish 1,000 Guineas in 2013.

Hong Kong Cup contender, Cirrus Des Aigles, is always a headline draw. The French superstar has been in great form this year, winning three Group One races to take his top-flight tally to six, and takes on the improving Roger Varian-trained Farraaj.

The world’s richest turf mile race, the Hong Kong Mile, features Britain’s Woodbine Mile victor and Breeders’ Cup Mile third Trade Storm.

An exciting cast for the Hong Kong Sprint, the lucrative all-age 1200m contest, features one of Australia’s toughest speedsters, Buffering, alongside European luminaries Gordon Lord Byron and Sole Power.

Oli Bell and Richard Hoiles will be on hand to guide viewers through the four international races, with coverage starting at 5.30am (free to air from 6am).

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