Horse racing has been a part of Hong Kong's history for over a century. The first official race meeting was held in 1846. Since then, horse racing has evolved into a major cultural and entertainment event, drawing participants and spectators from all walks of life.
There are two main racecourses in Hong Kong where horse racing takes place: Happy Valley Racecourse and Sha Tin Racecourse. Happy Valley is located on Hong Kong Island and is known for its vibrant night time race meetings. Sha Tin, situated in the New Territories, hosts day races and is notable for its spacious layout and modern facilities.
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Enjoy hospitality at Happy Valley Racecourse, which includes buffet dinner and a drinks package. With great views from the balcony you're guaranteed to be close to the action
Experience the International Race at Sha Tin in our hospitality suite with a buffet, drinks, and balcony to watch the races and the fantastic fireworks display
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