THRILLER! Golden Sixty clings on to win Group 1 FWD Champions Mile!

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Hearts in mouths for plenty! Hong Kong’s hometown hero Golden Sixty holds on from More Than This to win the Group 1 FWD Champions Mile at Sha Tin under Vincent Ho!

This was his 14th straight win, and fourth consecutive Group 1 success

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