Hong Kong-based galloper Xiang Bai Qi raced as Amore Hass in Europe, and his owner, Koo Ming Kown, demonstrated his love for the family of fallen jockey Nooresh Juglall after his gelding won at Happy Valley under another Mauritian rider.

Koo donated Xiang Bai Qi’s winning prize money, which was about HK$700,000, to Juglall’s wife, Chaaya, and two sons, Aryaan and Ahaan, who are coming to terms with the loss of their husband and father, respectively, following his fatal mid-race fall at the Mauritius Turf Club’s Champs de Mars.

Joao Moreira was seeking his sixth win on Wednesday’s Happy Valley card, but Karis Teetan partnered Xiang Bai Qi to victory in the Lam Tseun River Handicap. Teetan and Juglall both graduated from the South African Jockey Academy.

I would love you to visit my blog every day for its daily serve of fresh content. But I would love you more if you hired me. I am well-bred, by Racing Post out of WA Turf Club. I am well-rounded, a winner over many courses and distances. And I am well-placed, available to add value to your existing team. Do the form on a racing, wagering and communications thoroughbred at markworwood.com.