Click here to read about the Hong Kong Derby at Sha Tin, a HK$16m (US$2,062,599) HK Group 1 event—the second most lucrative race in Hong Kong after the international Group 1 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Cup at HK$20m, along with the international Group 1 Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Mile at HK$16m. The Hong Kong Derby is only a black type event on International Cataloguing Standards. Click here for the chart. The race was decided between two sons of Coolmore’s Danehill Dancer: New Zealand-bred Super Satin and Irish-bred Super Pistachio, who was 2nd in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf, 3rd in the Poulains (French Guineas), and 3rd in the Prix du Jockey-Club (French Derby) under the name of Westphalia. The video of the race is below.