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RACING EVENTS

Arima Kinen

Nakayama Racecourse, Japan


Sunday, 30 January 2022

Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe

Tokyo


Sunday, 6 February 2022

Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile

Breeders' Cup Dirt Mile


Sunday, 13 February 2022

Free entry

Royal Randwick Raceday

Australia


Wednesday, 16 February 2022

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Hong Kong Classic Cup

Hong Kong Classic Cup


Sunday, 27 February 2022

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Highlights

ROYAL JOCKEY GOLF CENTER

Outdoor golf sport available for members only with 50% discount tickets limited time now.

ROYAL JOCKEY FUN PARK

Kids Playgrounds, BBQ's, bands and bars. Free family fun at Royal Jockey Park.

ROYAL JOCKEY SWIMMING POOLS

Private swimming pools open for members of Royal Jockey only.

STREET FOOD MARKET

BBQ's, pizza, burgers, ice cream, sweet fried potato, beers and more.

KARAOKE

Become members to get 50% discount. Lets enjoy singing with family and friends, gets free beers only for members.

MINI INDOOR PLAYGROUND

Family entertainment center, kids carousal, rainbow playgrounds and climbing wall only limited for members access.

Latest News

Danny Shum passes 700 Hong Kong-win milestone

Danny Shum celebrated his 700th Hong Kong winner in typically understated fashion when exciting talent Romantic Warrior won the second section of the Class 4 Murrayfield Handicap (1200m)at Happy Valley on Wednesday night (24 November 2021).

Loves Only You and five from Ballydoyle head stellar list for 2021 LONGINES HKIR

World superstar Loves Only You returns to Sha Tin fresh off a brilliant success in the G1 Ballydoyle Cup Filly & Mare Turf (2200m) at Del Mar Racecourse earlier this month and G1 FWD QEII Cup (2000m) triumph at Sha Tin Racecourse in April. Lei Papale and Hishi Iguazu join her from Japan, the former is unbeaten over 2000m and is a one-time G1 winner having claimed the Osaka Hai (2000m). She will embark on her first overseas voyage for trainer Tomokazu Takano.

Badel in box seat for second LONGINES IJC tilt

Looking to seal his place in the 2021 LONGINES International Jockey Championship (IJC), Alexis Badel has armed himself with six chances on (Wednesday, 24 November) fixture at Happy Valley as he hopes to suppress all possibility of a last-minute snatch-and-grab by Karis Teetan. Leading the Mauritian by three wins (18 to 15) this season, Badel is in pole position to seal the coveted spot and join the 12-rider roster for next month HK$800,000 challenge on Wednesday, 8th December at the city circuit.