Thanks Forever

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Forever plans

Thanks Forever could make it to the Group 1 LONGINES Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) on 8 December if he can get his rating to a high enough mark in time. Trainer John Moore said he expected the four-year-old to get “about 10 points” from the handicapper following an easy length and three-quarter win under Neil[...]
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Luck in the last?

If the battle for the trainers’ championship does go right to the wire at Sha Tin on Sunday (14 July), the John Moore trained Thanks Forever (120lb) will have to overcome 13 rivals in a hot race which also features the John Size duo of Hezthewonforus (121lb) and Mr So And So (121lb). Thanks Forever[...]
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Energy bursts bubbles

John Moore was out of luck with another of his rising stars at Sha Tin yesterday afternoon, Monday, 1 July, when the Danny Shum-trained Green Energy (118lb) returned from an eight-month injury absence to win the day’s feature, the Class 2 Hong Kong Reunification Cup Handicap (1200m). Moore’s Thanks Forever (129lb) and the Frankie Lor-trained[...]
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Thanks Forever on the up

Thanks Forever (131lb) showed again that he is a talent worthy of a bit of hype. The three-year-old built on his recent impressive score to remain unbeaten in three. “It was very easy, he’s obviously a talented horse,” Zac Purton said. “He wanted to hang in a little bit today, which he didn’t do last[...]
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A Golden hat-trick?

Thanks Forever has the profile of a talented rising star and another three-year-old with upward potential is the Francis Lui-trained Golden Sixty, unbeaten in two and aiming for a hat-trick in the last race, the Class 3 Pok Fu Lam Country Park Handicap (1200m) at Sha Tin on Saturday (8 June). “I picked this horse[...]
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