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The Hong Kong Jockey Club, having considered the hoisting of Tropical Cyclone Warning Signal Number 8 and adverse weather conditions, under which there would be difficulties for horse movement and transportation of 8000 employees required to report duty at the race meeting, decides to cancel tonight’s race meeting (13 October) at the Happy Valley Racecourse. We plan to seek approval by the Hong Kong SAR Government in accordance with established procedures to hold a race meeting on 29 December, 2021. Refund arrangements Cash ...

The Hong Kong Jockey Club is committed to positive ageing and elderly care and to improving the quality of life of citizens as they age. To empower the elderly to live in their own homes as long as possible,  the Club’s Charities Trust has approved donations of HK$167 million to support the city’s first one-stop gerontech service, the Jockey Club “age at home” Gerontech Education and Rental Service. The four and a half year pilot project is being implemented with ...

HKJC Lotteries Limited announces that due to typhoon, the Mark Six draw (Draw No. 21/091) originally scheduled for tonight (12 October) will be postponed to Thursday, 14 October. Tickets of Draw No. 91 remain valid.

Since the Gale or Storm Signal No. 8 remains in force for most of the day, all Off-Course Betting Branches and Telebet Services are not able to provide selling service of Mark Six tickets. The Club announces that the Mark Six draw (Draw No. 91) originally scheduled tonight will be postponed to 12 October, Tuesday at 9:30 pm.  All lottery tickets of Draw No. 91 remain valid.

Initiated and funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, the Jockey Club SMART Family-Link Project is hosting a four-day symposium themed "Looking Beyond the Pandemic: Creativity and Innovation in Promoting Resilience in Families and Children". Representatives from the Government, academia, the social welfare sector and various cross-sectoral stakeholders will discuss creative ways in which information and communication technology (ICT) can be used to promote family well-being and resilience. The symposium opened today (5 October) at the Hong Kong Convention ...