《Hong Kong Telegraph》 From the race book there were only two owners definitely identifiable as Chinese. One was Mr Ho Kom-tong, who had seven ponies in his “Hall” stable, and had his first win with KOM TONG HALL in the Valley Stakes. The other was Mr Yung Hing-lun, of a family long identified with the Compradore Department of the Chartered Bank, and a keen cricketer and tennis-player. He had but one pony, “THE PINK LADY”.
The first Chinese jockeys were a Shanghai quartet. They scored only a few places at the Annual, but at the Extra Meetings began winning in good style.
Wong tsang-lián rode for H P White.
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