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Over the past 20 years, Hong Kong racing has grown to such an extent that racing now is the equal of the best anywhere in the world.The calibre of the racing Hong Kong is acknowledged as world class with top jockeys and trainers from around the world vying to compete with the best from around the world. Hong Hong provides a unique racing experience. From a punter's perspective, the fact that there are only two courses provides a lot more consistency for form analysis.  Sha Tin Racecourse is home to many local and international Group 1 races and is mainly used for day race that takes place during weekend and holiday.  Happy Valley Racecourse is opened mainly for night races on Wednesdays

Sha tin racecourse


Sha Tin Racecourse (Chinese: 沙田馬場) is one of the two racecourses in Hong Kong. It is located in Sha Tin in the New Territories. It was built in 1978 on reclaimed land and is the larger of the two tracks in Hong Kong. Originally built with capacity for 35,000 and one grandstand, it now has capacity for 85,000 and two grandstands. It also has 20 stables for a capacity of 1,260 horses.

The stakes are high, the prize money, the pressure, and the expectation from a racing and betting-mad public drive competition.

Sha tin racecourse


Sha Tin Racecourse (Chinese: 沙田馬場) is one of the two racecourses in Hong Kong. It is located in Sha Tin in the New Territories. It was built in 1978 on reclaimed land and is the larger of the two tracks in Hong Kong. Originally built with capacity for 35,000 and one grandstand, it now has capacity for 85,000 and two grandstands. It also has 20 stables for a capacity of 1,260 horses.

The stakes are high, the prize money, the pressure, and the expectation from a racing and betting-mad public drive competition.

Happy valley racecourse


The Happy Valley Racecourse is is located in Happy Valley on Hong Kong Island. It was first built in 1845 to provide horse racing for the British people in Hong Kong. Before it was built, the area was a swampland, but also the only flat ground suitable for horse racing on Hong Kong Island. To make way for the racecourse, Hong Kong Government prohibited rice growing by villages in the surrounding area. The first race ran in December 1846. On 26 February 1918, there was a fire and at least 590 people died. By the next day as many as 576 confirmed deaths were reported by the Hong Kong Telegraph. It was caused by the collapse of a temporary grandstand, which knocked over food stalls and set bamboo matting ablaze. The race track was rebuilt in 1995, and became a world-class horse racing facility. Photo 132755099 © Nohead Lam - Dreamstime.com

Happy valley racecourse


The Happy Valley Racecourse is is located in Happy Valley on Hong Kong Island.It was first built in 1845 to provide horse racing for the British people in Hong Kong. Before it was built, the area was a swampland, but also the only flat ground suitable for horse racing on Hong Kong Island. To make way for the racecourse, Hong Kong Government prohibited rice growing by villages in the surrounding area. The first race ran in December 1846.On 26 February 1918, there was a fire and at least 590 people died. By the next day as many as 576 confirmed deaths were reported by the Hong Kong Telegraph. It was caused by the collapse of a temporary grandstand, which knocked over food stalls and set bamboo matting ablaze.The race track was rebuilt in 1995, and became a world-class horse racing facility.