Moore Faces Final Season

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The 70 year old John Moore, whose career as a trainer has been one of the longest and most successful in Hong Kong history, could be set to return to Australia’s training ranks as early as next year, reports racing.com.

John Moore seen with colleague Peter Ho (Pic – HKJC)

Despite winning the title seven times, Moore has reportedly been told that his next season in Hong Kong will be his last.

He has enjoyed success with many outstanding horses, including Military Attack, Designs On Rome and Able Friend, as well as his most recent successes, Beauty Generation and Aethero.

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