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Beas River Equestrian Centre - Spelling & Rehabilitation

Introduction

Beas River Equestrian Centre (BREC) has a dedicated block of 20 stables used solely for the purpose of spelling or rehabilitation for active racehorses. These are horses who may require a long break (rehabilitation) or short break (spelling) from training at Sha Tin.

 
 

Rehabilitation Station

The rehabilitation station at Beas River is for the use of active racehorses. It can accommodate up to ten horses at a time. There is no maximum length of stay. The rehabilitation station is intended as a long-break facility for injured horses. No horse shall be cleared to run within 14 days of its return from the rehabilitation stables.

The livery charge for keeping a horse in rehabilitation is HK$13,000. There can be veterinary charges if a horse becomes sick or injured and for any additional supplement or procedure that the trainer may request. There are also charges for bedding, feeds and miscellaneous items.


 
 
 

Spelling Station

The spelling station at Beas River is for the use of active racehorses. It can accommodate up to ten horses at a time. The normal maximum length of stay is three weeks. The spelling station is intended to provide horses with a short break from the Sha Tin routine. No horse shall be cleared to run within 14 days of its return from the spelling stables.

The livery charge for keeping a horse in spelling is HK$13,000. In addition to this charge, there can be veterinary charges if a horse becomes sick or injured and for any additional supplement or procedure that the trainer may request. There are also charges for bedding, horse feeds and miscellaneous items.


 
Beas River Riding School
Livery Holdership Scheme for Members
Rehabilitation and Retraining Unit
Stable Tour
Getting Started