Threats, feng shui and horses who don’t adapt to Hong Kong – the ballad of Best Sense

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Threats, feng shui and horses who don’t adapt to Hong Kong – the ballad of Best Sense

Addressing your thoughts, questions and statements about Hong Kong racing. Have something to say? Send a tweet to @SCMPRacingPost.The following retirements are notified: Best Sense (Me Tsui Yu-sak) – Hong Kong Jockey ClubAfter a couple of poor runs and a serious threat from a prominent Hong Kong identity, this brings to a close one of the more unusual Hong Kong racing stories of recent times.There is nothing particularly notable about Best Sense, the racehorse.He won three races in Australia…

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