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Mr Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, Chief Executive Officer of The Hong Kong Jockey Club addressed delegates of the 15th World Equine Veterinary Association (WEVA) Congress in Beijing today (22 April). In his speech he outlined the Club’s long-term support for equine sports and horse welfare.  Held biennially, the WEVA Congress is the world’s most authoritative professional equine veterinary conference. With the Club’s support, it is being held in the Chinese mainland for the first time and jointly organised by the China Horse ...

The Club has long been committed to nurturing talent, funding various projects to cultivate a favourable learning environment for students to explore different pathways. In addition to granting scholarships to undergraduate and postgraduate students, those with special education needs and those engaged in vocational education, it has been supporting other programmes promoting coding education, Chinese learning by ethnic minorities and the development of social workers and teachers. Marking the 20th Anniversary of The ...

Largest heritage conservation and revitalisation project in Hong Kong to open as Tai Kwun - Centre for Heritage and Arts The Central Police Station (CPS) Revitalisation Project is moving ahead with preparations for the opening of the CPS site, in three phases beginning in mid-2018.  The site will be operated as Tai Kwun - Centre for Heritage and Arts, named after the local colloquial name for the historic compound. Statutory permits and certificates have been obtained for the project following the ...

Visiting Manchester United (MU) football legend Jesper Blomqvist attended a workshop at Happy Valley Racecourse today (7 April) to show support for the Jockey Club School Football Development Scheme. In addition to sharing his thoughts and experience regarding the importance of school coaches in the development of young players at the workshop, he joined a football practice session with workshop participants.  Blomqvist was on the bronze-medal-winning Swedish national team at the 1994 FIFA World Cup, and was part of the MU ...

The Riding High Together Festival, The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s annual flagship community event, ended today (1 April). The three-day festival with the theme “Let's Progress Hand in Hand” attracted around 45,000 people to Sha Tin Racecourse and Penfold Park during the Easter weekend where they enjoyed more than 70 “edutainment” activities.                                                                                    On the last day of the festival, one of the “mentors” of the Club’s “Striding On” community betterment programme, champion boxer Rex Tso, made an appearance and ...