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The Hong Kong Jockey Club launches a range of technology enhancement and strive for sustainable development progressively. With the commitment to bring Owners’ convenience and to provide better service, the Club is now strengthening the use of online communication channels, which will gradually be the main communication channel with Owners.

The following updates are applicable to both Sha Tin and Happy Valley Racecourses.

The Government has approved the race day special arrangements. Based on that, the latest admission to Parade Ring and Winner’s Enclosure will be operated as follows:

With a view to uplift Owners’ racing experiences, the Club has introduced new table bookings arrangement for Owners Pavilion at both Sha Tin Racecourse and Happy Valley Racecourse for season 2021/2022. Commencing from 1st October 2021, Owners can either reserve the table on a daily basis, while Owners with declared starter will also have one more option in reserving a one-hour booking as according to the respective runner's race time - from 45 minutes prior to race start until 15 minutes after the race. Food and drinks will be served on raceday starting from the 1 October race meeting.

Welcome to the new season of 2021/2022! The Club has introduced a series of new initiatives to enhance Owners experience.

Horse ballot results for 2021 are now available for download!

We are pleased to inform Owners that Sha Tin Stable Visit will recommence on 17 May 2021(Monday). Owners and guest (maximum 2 persons) can visit the stables at Sha Tin every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (except race days and public holidays) in a designate period of time and at least one day in advance booking with the Trainers is required. Each Owner can visit one stable for a maximum of 30 minutes only. Owners are allowed to visit no more than two stables on each day.

The average horse training costs of each trainer are published on a monthly basis. The training costs include basic livery, trainer's fee, retained jockey/work rider fee, medication, supplements, treatments, surgery, feed, bedding and other variable items such as grass and saddlery. This information is intended to help Owners to better understand the livery charges for their horse(s).

Owners Relationship Team would like to take this opportunity to wish all owners a prosperous Year of the Ox with happiness, good health and success!