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Pierre Ng joins the Club’s trainers’ roster as its newest member in 2022/23.

William Nader has won the 10 To Follow competition after another display of remarkable consistency.

First held on 6 September 1997, the HKSAR Chief Executive’s Cup has been the opening event of the racing term since the establishment of the Hong Kong SAR.

Thanks to his hard work and tenacity, Matthew Chadwick has delivered a stellar performance all season long

Hong Kong’s racing community hascontinued to conquer the challengeposed by COVID-19 to deliver yetanother season of world-class sportsand entertainment.

Get ready for a glorious Season Finale

The 25th Anniversary Hong Kong Reunification Raceday commemorates an important moment in our city’s history.

Hailed by The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Chief Executive Officer Winfried Engelbrecht- Bresges as “a day of champions”, FWD Champions Day showcased the finest of Hong Kong racing and left connections of G1 victors Golden Sixty (金鎗六十), Romantic Warrior (浪漫勇士) and Wellington (福逸) searching for adequate superlatives.

In the 2022/23 season, Hong Kong racing will offer record total prize money and incentives of HK$1.62 billion, with the overall purse bolstered by the largest singleseason increase to date of 11.5% (HK$167.2 million). This includes an exciting range of innovative incentives, such as increases in prize money across distance races and a new bonus system.

With 2021 HKIS graduate Romantic Warrior’s recent triumphs, all eyes are on this year’s edition and its host of outstanding prospects.



The HKEF Inter-school Equestrian Challenge takes the lead in cultivating young talent.

Russian Emperior's triumph at the Standard Chartered Champions & Chater Cup delivers a confidence boost for Douglas Whyte

Volunteers with RDA Hong Kong to help young riders with disabilities develop a lifelong passion for horses

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apprentice Jockeys’ School with new partnerships to enhance Hong Kong racing

Equestrian events and competitions resume just before the end of the season


On 11 June, Member volunteers attended the Exploring Heritage with Music Webinar hosted by the Musicus Society. Founder and renowned cellist Trey Lee introduced the Jockey Club Musicus Heritage Alive programme, which features tailor-made concerts, an artist-in-residence programme, masterclasses, school visits and guided tours.

The promotion and preservation of arts, culture and heritage play an indispensable role in enriching people’s life. The Club has spared no effort in supporting the HKSAR Government’s major cultural and conservation projects over the past 25 years. These include Tai Kwun – Centre for Heritage and Arts, whose conservation and revitalisation was announced to mark the 10th anniversary of the HKSAR, and the Hong Kong Palace Museum (HKPM), which marked the 20th anniversary of the establishment of HKSAR.

Charity projects and initiatives.

On 21 May, Member volunteers attended theUnderstanding Frailty and Sarcopenia Webinarhosted by experts from the Jockey Club CADENZAe-Tools for Elder Care to learn how to take propercare of and support senior citizens.

On 22 and 23 April, the Hong Kong Jockey Club Disaster Preparedness and Response Institute (HKJCDPRI) hosted a webinar on crisis and risk communication in emergencies and disasters for Member volunteers.

Learn how music is helping us stay in tune with Hong Kong’s history at our webinar.


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