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Below are the latest corporate announcements. For the latest racing developments, click here. Both sections also carry archived materials.

In 2013, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust granted the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) funding to establish the Jockey Club Museum of Climate Change, the first of its kind in the world, as a means of raising public awareness of the impact of global warming. In celebration of the Museum’s 4th Anniversary, the Club has agreed to support its operation and development for three more years with funding of over HK$35 million, as well as launch the ...

In the face of the growing pressure on Hong Kong’s healthcare services brought about by an ageing population, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust has agreed to donate HK$281 million to the Open University of Hong Kong (OUHK) to establish the OUHK Jockey Club Institute of Healthcare, which will be home to a suite of academic programmes aimed at nurturing the next generation of healthcare professionals to address community needs. Officiating guests at the Institute’s ground-breaking ceremony today (15 December) ...

Government officials from the Hong Kong SAR and the Chinese Mainland, along with industry experts from around the world, toured the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Conghua Training Centre on Wednesday following the International Conference on the Equine Disease-free Zone (EDFZ) held Tuesday at Sha Tin. Dr. Graeme Cooke, Deputy Chief Veterinary Officer (UK), Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said: "The establishment of the permanent Equine Disease-free Zone in Conghua, Guangdong, to OIE biosecurity standards, is a very clear success ...

At the opening of the International Conference on the Equine Disease Free Zone (ICEDFZ) today (12 December), Hong Kong SAR and Chinese Mainland authorities signed four memoranda of understanding reinforcing policies and procedures governing the operation of the biosecurity zone in the Conghua District of Guangzhou and related horse movement arrangements between the Club’s new Conghua Training Centre and Hong Kong. This biosecurity zone is the only internationally-recognised Equine Disease Free Zone (EDFZ) in the Chinese Mainland. The signing of ...

Speaking to more than 70 members of the international media today, Mr Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, Chief Executive Officer of the HKJC introduced the new Conghua Training Centre (CTC) near Guangzhou. In his remarks he explained how Hong Kong’s leading position in global racing industry will be sustained and enhanced following the opening of CTC in August 2018. Mr Engelbrecht-Bresges remarked that the Club’s vision to bring Hong Kong racing to a world-class standard began in 1998, and today Hong Kong is already ...

As the Hong Kong Jockey Club gets closer to the launch of the Conghua Training Centre (CTC) in August 2018, two briefing sessions were held this week for Owners of horses currently stabled with those trainers due to launch dual-site operations. The sessions included updated videos of the site as well as presentations by the following Club executives:–    Mr. Anthony Kelly, Executive Director, Racing Business and Operations–    Mr. John Ridley, Director of Racing Capital Projects–    Dr. Christopher Riggs, Head of ...