Francis Lui’s Glorious Dragon stakes his claim for QE II Cup with tough win

//Francis Lui’s Glorious Dragon stakes his claim for QE II Cup with tough win

Francis Lui’s Glorious Dragon stakes his claim for QE II Cup with tough win

Francis Lui Kin-wai doesn’t know if Glorious Dragon can challenge the might of the Japanese in the Group One QE II Cup on April 25, but the talented grey will make his presence felt if his tough victory in Monday’s Class One The Peak Handicap (2,000m) is anything to go by.Despite having a lot go against him – pace, luck in running and a disadvantage at the weights – class prevailed as Matthew Poon Ming-fai lifted the six-year-old home to defeat Butterfield and Helene Leadingstar.The manner of…

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