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Victoire Pisa, Presvis Eye Hong Kong Trip

Victoire Pisa, the Dubai World Cup winner, is set to clash with Presvis, the Dubai Duty Free victor, in the Queen Elizabeth II Hong Kong Cup in May.

The 2,000-metre race could also feature River Jetez and Wigmore Hall, who finished second and third behind Presvis on Saturday.

Victoire Pisa became the first Japanese horse to triumph in the Dubai World Cup in 16 runnings of the race when leading home compatriot Transcend at Meydan Racecourse on Saturday.

Katsuhiko Sumii intimated that a trip to Hong Kong could be a possibility in his post-race press conference, and it now has been confirmed that the trainer has applied to run in the prestigious Asian Group 1.
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