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The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Riding High Together Festival came to a close today (21 April). The three-day festival was held at Sha Tin Racecourse and Penfold Park during the Easter weekend. With the theme “Let’s have fun across generations”, festival-goers were treated to more than 70 “edutainment” activities that were fun and exciting while encouraging intergenerational harmony. Highlights of the festival included a successful attempt to earn a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title for ...

The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Riding High Together Festival opens today (19 April) at Sha Tin Racecourse and Penfold Park. Visitors immersed themselves in an array of edutainment activities under the festival’s theme “Let’s have fun across generations”, while witnessing a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title being set. The Club also announced at the festival four charities projects that promote intergenerational harmony. The festival – now in its fifth year – allows the Club to reach out to the community and instil ...

An international conference aimed at supporting the learning and teaching of culturally diverse young learners is held today (18 April) as part of C-for-Chinese@JC, a five-year project initiated and funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust to enhance the Chinese proficiency of ethnic minority kindergarten students in Hong Kong for better social integration. Guests at the conference opening today included Club Steward Dr Rosanna Wong Yick Ming, Secretary for Education Kevin Yeung, ...

The Hong Kong Jockey Club hosted the 18 Districts Cup today (14 April) at Sha Tin Racecourse with the attendance of over 200  community leaders and government officials to celebrate the Club’s collaboration with its working partners and to call on everyone to embrace social inclusion in the community.   Officiating at this year’s 18 Districts Cup were Club Chairman Dr Anthony W K Chow, Chief Executive Officer Winfried Engelbrecht-Bresges, Permanent Secretary for Home Affairs Cherry Tse Ling Kit-ching, Member of ...

In keeping with its aim of building a culturally vibrant city, The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust has supported the renovation of the Fringe Club in Central. With an approved donation of over $44 million, the Trust has supported the renovation and heritage conservation of this 120-year-old, Grade 1 heritage building since 1989, as well as the establishment of the Jockey Club Cultural Heritage Leadership Project, which was aimed at nurturing young local ...

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust has agreed to donate HK$130 million for creating the Jockey Club Nature Conservation Centre at Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden (KFBG) in Tai Po. The new multifunctional centre will replace the existing Conservation Building as a base for environmental conservation, sustainable living and nature education programmes.       The ground-breaking ceremony for the Jockey Club Nature Conservation Centre was held today. Officiating guests included Club Steward Silas S ...

The Hong Kong Jockey Club Riding High Together Festival is taking place at Sha Tin Racecourse and Penfold Park this Easter. As preparation work and equine activities are being held in Penfold Park on 16, 18-21 April, dogs (with the exception of guide dogs wearing harness) will not be allowed in the Park during this period. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. For more details on the Festival, please visit www.hkjc.com/rht