Membership

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Members' Items
Membership Card

Members must present membership card when using Club facilities

  1. Card Number
  2. Member's Name
  3. Membership Number
  4. Family Number
  5. Membership Category
Membership Card
Mastercard

For Principal Member, spouse or unmarried children between the age of 18 and 21

Private Label Card

HKJC facilities only
For spouse or unmarried children between the age of 8 and 21

Racing Badges

Each Member will be issued a set of racing badges.

Members' Badge
Members' Badge

For principal member's use ONLY

Transferable Badge
Transferable Badge

For spouse's / guest's use

RFID Car Park Label

Each Membership account can register up to three vehicles and only one vehicle may be parked at any Club premises at one time.

Each Member will also receive a RFID Car Park Label pack with specified parking privileges after registration of his/her vehicle's LicencePlate Number.

Car Park Label
  Non Race Day Race Day
Jockey Club Headquarters Free parking is limited to three hours per day
No overnight parking
Should leave the car park
two and a half hours before the first race starts
No overnight parking
Sha Tin Clubhouse Free parking is limited to five hours per day
No overnight parking


Members may request for a race day car park label valid for use during Sha Tin race meetings upon his/her table booking at the Sha Tin Racecourse.

* Please note that the parking label illustrated above is for reference only. Your parking label may look slightly different.

View more about the Driving and Parking details.

To Attend Races

Members may attend race meetings in the Members Enclosures with racing babge. Members may also call our Members Services Hotline 1814 to reserve a table at the Members Boxes.

To the racecourses
  • Members may request for a race day car park label vaild for use during Sha Tin race meetings upon his/her table booking at Sha Tin Racecourse.
  • Free coach service is available to and from the Jockey Club Headquarters and Sha Tin Racecourse on every Sha Tin race meeting.
  • Requests will be accommodated on a first-come, first-served basis
  • More details on the free coach service
Inviting guests to races

Member's guests may also attend race meetings in the Members Enclosure with guest badges, which could be obtained two weeks before the race meeting at:

  • Members Service Centre on the G/F of the Jockey Club Headquarters
  • 2 Racecourses (during race meetings only)
  • 3 Clubhouses in Hong Kong
  • 12 designed Off-Course Betting Branches

Members can enjoy the privilege of using a wide range of facilities on race meetings. The following are only a few suggestions from us:

Happy Valley Racecourse

  • 7/F Grandstand – Provincial
  • 3/F Members Stand II – Home Straight
  • 7/F Members Stand II – Winning Post
  • Box D604-605, 6/F Members stand III - Y Box
  • 7/F and 8/F Members Stand III
  • 7/F Pavilion Stand – The Chalk
  • 2/F Happy Valley Stand – Moon Koon Restaurant

Sha Tin Racecourse

  • 4/F Grandstand I, Section 1 – Paddock
  • 4/F Grandstand I, Section 2 – Hong Kong Sixties
  • 4/F Grandstand I, Section 3 – Pak Hop
  • Box D511, 5/F Members Stand I – Y Box
  • 5/F Grandstand I, Members Coffee Shop
  • 5/F Grandstand I Cabin (Parade Ring side)

Sha Tin Clubhouse


Dining Facilities Available For Children


More details on the Loges and Private Booths More details on the Members Boxes

Non-Raceday Facilities

Members are entitled to exclusive access to the facilities below during non-racedays:

Moon Koon Restaurant
The Racing Club

Full Members can enjoy all the Clubhouse facilities including Happy Valley Clubhouse, Sha Tin Clubhouse, Beas River Country Club and The Beijing Clubhouse, while Racing Members may use The Beijing Clubhouse and join our exclusive Concession Schemes to enjoy privileges at Sha Tin Clubhouse and Beas River Country Club.

Please click on Introduction to Membership to learn more about the privileges attached to each type of Membership and all the concession schemes available.

Horse Ownership

Please refer to Horse Owner for more details on owner's privileges and services.