Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC, Chinese name: 香港賽馬會) is one of the oldest institutions in Hong Kong.


apart from trainers, jockeys, Club officials and Stewards with governance duties, only horse owners with starters with advance table booking approved by the Club will be admitted to the racecourses.

Special arrangements for race meeting HKJC


Apart from trainers, jockeys, Club officials and Stewards with governance duties, only horse owners with starters with advance table booking approved by the Club will be admitted to the racecourses.

Golden glory for Ho and Lui in BMW Hong Kong Derby


Golden Sixty under Vincent Ho flashes past Playa Del Puente

15 Off-Course Betting Branches and two racecourses opening on 19 and 20 March for limited customer services. Betting services remain suspended


The Hong Kong Jockey Club (the Club) announces that 15 selected Off-Course Betting Branches (OCBBs) and two racecourses will be open on 19 and 20 March to allow customers to access some essentials services but not betting on racing and football.

Big Party takes on big-name sprinters in stellar Class 1


Big Party will attempt to gatecrash the top tier of Hong Kong’s sprint division on Sunday (8 March) when he challenges high-end rivals Hot King Prawn, Mr Stunning and Thanks Forever in a Class 1 handicap masquerading as a bona fide Group race.

Milestones beckon at the Valley


John Moore holds the record for all-time career prizemoney and overall career wins.

Lor pins hopes of a Classic Mile repeat on Decrypt


Frankie Lor is aiming for back-to-back wins in the Classic Mile.

Beauty Generation ‘diminished’ but not done


Beauty Generation faces a pivotal test in Sunday’s (19 January) G1 Stewards’ Cup (1600m) at Sha Tin with not only the direction of future assignments but also his status as Hong Kong’s best miler in the balance.