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The Hong Kong Jockey Club announced today (22 June) that Dr Christopher Cheng Wai Chee GBS JP, having reached the retirement age for Voting Members earlier this month, has retired as a member of its Board of Stewards and Board of Trustees. At the next AGM, before the 2018/19 racing season, a new Steward will be elected to fill the vacancy left by Dr Cheng.    Dr Cheng was elected to the Board of Stewards in August 2002.  He has been ...

Following the two successful shipments of a total of 35 Racing Development Board (RDB) horses from Hong Kong to the Conghua Training Centre (CTC) on 12 June (Tuesday) and 14 June (Thursday), all horses have been settling extremely well in the Club's state-of-the-art training centre. Mr. William A Nader, Director of Racing Business and Operations, after walking the training facilities and inspecting the CTC trackwork on Wednesday morning, had high praise for the training environment and the smooth transition of the ...

In view of the increasing population in North District, and the resulting high demand for swimming pool facilities, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust has provided Fung Kai Public School at Sheung Shui with funding support to construct a public indoor swimming complex for its students and other residents in the community. Today (19 June), Club Deputy Chairman Anthony W K Chow joined Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung; Chairman of the Hong Kong ...

After a series of cross-boundary horse movement trial runs over a two-year period, Conghua Training Centre (CTC) became operational today (Tuesday, 12 June) when the first horses to be stabled at CTC arrived at 10:38am to mark the beginning of the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s dual-site operations in Hong Kong and the Chinese Mainland. The first shipment of 14 horses departed Sha Tin at 6:30am and arrived at the main entrance of Conghua Training Centre four ...

Schools are major places for young people to grow. It is important that besides providing academic knowledge and skills training, they take care of their students’ all-round development and mental health. For this reason, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) have joined hands to co-create the Jockey Club Positive Education “Ascend and Radiate” (JC-PEAR) Project, designed to promote students’ intellectual growth and psychological well-being. Its aim is to utilise advanced knowledge ...

In response to the challenges posed by the city’s ageing population trend, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust has been implementing the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Project in Hong Kong’s 18 districts by phases since 2015.  The latest initiative under this project, the Jockey Club Age-friendly City Partnership Scheme, was launched today (7 June). It is the first age-friendly scheme in Hong Kong with the combined strength of the business sector, Government departments and public organisations in building an ...

Six outstanding young leaders from the fifth JC Youth Football Leadership Scheme will travel to England to undergo youth volunteer training and join community activities organised by the Manchester United Foundation. The announcement was made at the graduation ceremony today (2 June). The six were selected on the basis of their outstanding attitude and performance. “Star mentor”, award-winning film director Herman Yau held the last leadership workshop prior to the graduation ceremony, where he ...