We are pleased to inform you that Stable Visit at Sha Tin is now extended to more days a week.
The renovation of Owners Box 6/F (Section 3) at Grandstand I, Sha Tin Racecourse is now complete. Reopening on Sunday, 4 December, Owners Box provides tables for four and 10 persons and three modern private rooms (seats 12 to 24 per room) for reservation, complete with sleek, new furniture and flooring. Furthermore, the repositioned entrance creates a more spacious foyer for easier access. Owners can enjoy a refreshed dining experience with new set menus on offer. For instance, Owners Box savours a five-course Chinese set menu, or book a private room to opt for a six-course Chinese set menu or a semi-buffet. We look forward to welcoming back Owners and their guests.
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).
HKJC: The Club has obtained permission from the Government to organise race meetings on 24 April and 27 April with the following arrangements:
We are pleased to inform Owners that Sha Tin Stable Visit will be resume from Thursday 21 April. Each Owner can bring one guest to visit the stables every Tuesday and Thursday (except public holidays). Each visit is for a maximum of 30 minutes only. Booking with the trainers at least one day in advance is required. Owners are allowed to visit no more than two stables on each day.
Barrier Trials and Trackwork will be resume for Owners with guests (maximum of 4 people) from Thursday 21 April. Please enter the racecourse from Sha Tin Central Complex (STCC) entrance with the Owners badge for security checking.
In light of the prevailing pandemic situation in the community, the Club has decided that the upcoming race meetings starting from 6 February will fall back to closed-door mode without Owners with Starters. This extra precautionary measure aims at avoiding any possible public health risk and reduce the number of employees having to work at the racecourses. For details, please call Owners Hotline 1815.
The Club has obtained permission from the Government to organise race meetings on 6 February, 9 February, 12 February, 16 February, 20 February, 23 February and 27 February with the following arrangements:
The Club has obtained permission from the Government to organise race meetings on 23 January, 26 January, 30 January and 3 February under a closed-door mode. Only staff members, club officials, licensed personnel and those persons whose role is essential to the conduct of the races are allowed to work onsite. For details, please call Owners Hotline 1815.
In alignment with Government policy in face of the recent escalation in concerns over the Omicron variant, the Barrier Trials at Happy Valley on Saturday, 22 January will be held under a closed-door mode. This would mean we are unable to have Owners and guests attending on the day.
For the race meetings on 12 January, 16 January and 19 January, only staff members, club officials, licensed personnel and those persons whose role is essential to the conduct of the races are allowed to work onsite. Other persons including Owners, Members, media and members of the public will not be admitted.
In view of the rapid change of pandemic situation, the race day arrangements for Owners on 9 January, 12 January, 16 January and 19 January will be as follow:
In light of the recent COVID-19 situation, stable visit by Owners will be suspended with immediate effect until further notice. Thank you very much for your understanding and support.
Under the conditions of Government exemption, visiting jockeys riding at the races on Sunday 12 December 2021 can only interact with the Trainer or Assistant Trainer. As such, they will not be present at the Parade Ring to talk to Owners or to take winning photo with Owners. However, Owners can still talk to their trainer at the Parade Ring before the race and to take the winning photo after the race with their trainer once the overseas jockey has returned to Weighing Room. For enquiries, please call Owners Experience Management Team at 29668350. Thank you for your continuous support.
Kindly note that, under the conditions of Government exemption, visiting jockeys riding at the races at the 2021 LONGINES International Jockeys’ Championship (IJC) on Wed 8 Dec 2021 can only interact with the Trainer or Assistant Trainer. As such, they will not be present at the Parade Ring to talk to Owners or to take winning photo with Owners. However, Owners can still talk to their trainer at the Parade Ring before the race and to take the winning photo after the race with their trainer once the overseas jockey has left the Parade Ring. For enquiries, please call Owners Experience Management Team at 2966 8350. Thank you for your continuous support.
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.
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.