Domeyer’s Dream Debut Double

Champion son of a champion shows them how

A thrilling exhibition of power riding crowned a dream Hong Kong debut for Cape Champion jockey Aldo Domeyer when he got Arcada up in the final stride to round off a great double for Tony Millard and rocket his own aspirations at a terrific opening meeting at Happy Valley.

Aldo returns on Arcada (Pic – Andrew Fortune)

After steering Prance Dragon home in the fifth, the 32 year old South African pulled out all the stops from a hopeless position on Arcada.

“I think this was the way Aldo wanted to start. What more can we say? We have always known he has the talent and the mental capacity. I’m a proud father,” said an emotional Andrew Fortune.

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