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ON-COURSE ACTIVITIES


Opening Ceremony

The day's festivities will begin at noon in the Parade Ring with mezzo-soprano of the China National Opera House, NIU Shasha, performing the Chinese national anthem as well as other famous melodies, accompanied by the Hong Kong Police Band. The world-famous performance group, Tianjin Acrobatic Troupe, will also be there to present their "Group Foot Juggling Act", a cultural performance that is sure to get the day off to a thrilling start.

Feature Races

All eyes will be on the 1000m National Day Cup and the 1400m Celebration Cup to see who will be proud winners of the first two G3 races of this season.

Opening Ceremony

The day's festivities will begin at noon in the Parade Ring with mezzo-soprano of the China National Opera House, NIU Shasha, performing the Chinese national anthem as well as other famous melodies, accompanied by the Hong Kong Police Band. The world-famous performance group, Tianjin Acrobatic Troupe, will also be there to present their "Group Foot Juggling Act", a cultural performance that is sure to get the day off to a thrilling start.

 

Feature Races

All eyes will be on the 1000m National Day Cup and the 1400m Celebration Cup to see who will be proud winners of the first two G3 races of this season.

 

Special Dishes

To mark the National Day, a variety of speciality dishes from famous cities across China will be available throughout the racecourse for your dining enjoyment.

Hong Kong Style Beetroot Wontons in Tomato Broth $42
Hunan Style Braised Pork Belly served with Rice $68
Sichuan Style Wontons in Chili Vinaigrette $50
Sichuan Style Chili Fish Head served with Noodles in Soup $78
Cantonese Style Lotus Seed Paste Birthday Buns (2pcs) $18

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THEMED MERCHANDISE


THEMED MERCHANDISE


The Hong Kong Jockey Club is honoured to have joined forces again with the Xu Beihong Arts Committee and The Hong Kong Post to issue unique collectibles, this time combining the image of the legendary painting Jin Ri Chi with 2015/16 Horse of the Year Werther and last year’s National Day Cup winner Not Listenin'tome. Each souvenir cover is a truly extraordinary memento.

Deluxe Stamp Box Set - HK$680 - approx. 287(H) x 350(W) x 65(D)mm (include souvenir cover & stamps)

Deluxe Stamp Box Set HK$680

Souvenir Envelope Set - HK$190 - approx. 210(H) x 296(W) x 8(D)mm (One set includes Werther and Not Listenin'tome)

Souvenir Envelope Set HK$190

The Hong Kong Jockey Club is honoured to have joined forces again with the Xu Beihong Arts Committee and The Hong Kong Post to issue unique collectibles, this time combining the image of the legendary painting Jin Ri Chi with 2015/16 Horse of the Year Werther and last year’s National Day Cup winner Not Listenin'tome. Each souvenir cover is a truly extraordinary memento.

Selling Locations

  • Gift at Races Flagship Store (1/F, Grandstand II, Sha Tin Racecourse)
  • Gift at Races (1/F, Grandstand I, Sha Tin Racecourse)
  • Members’ Enclosure Sales Counters
  • Gift at Races Sales Counter – Fun Zone (near Gift at Races Flagship Store, 1/F, Grandstand II, Sha Tin Racecourse)
  • Gift at Races Sales Counter - Public Betting Hall (near Mezza One, 1/F, Grandstand II, Sha Tin Racecourse)
  • Selected items available at Gift at Races (2/F, Happy Valley Stand, Happy Valley Racecourse, next to Moon Koon Restaurant) and LEVADE

Terms & Conditions

  • Each customer can purchase a maximum of three pieces of each item per transaction while stocks last.
  • Colour and shape of the products pictured may differ slightly from the actual merchandise.
  • The Hong Kong Jockey Club reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions at any time and without prior notice. In the event of any disputes, the HKJC's decision shall be final and binding.

LEE CHI CHING "BA JUN TU" SERIES


LEE CHI CHING "BA JUN TU" SERIES


Horse racing has long been a part of life for Hongkongers, for whom the horse symbolises spirituality. The award-winning Hong Kong artist Lee Chi Ching’s traditional Chinese ink painting "Ba Jun Tu", has been adapted and incorporated into the designs of exclusive merchandise for sale on the National Day at Sha Tin Racecourse.

Car shade $168  Size: 128(W)*58(H)cm

Car shade $168
Size: 128(W)*58(H)cm

Face Towel $138 Size: 74(W)*35(H)cm

Face Towel $138
Size: 74(W)*35(H)cm

Horse racing has long been a part of life for Hongkongers, for whom the horse symbolises spirituality. The award-winning Hong Kong artist Lee Chi Ching’s traditional Chinese ink painting "Ba Jun Tu", has been adapted and incorporated into the designs of exclusive merchandise for sale on the National Day at Sha Tin Racecourse.

Selling Locations

  • Gift at Races Flagship Store (1/F, Grandstand II, Sha Tin Racecourse)
  • Gift at Races (1/F, Grandstand I, Sha Tin Racecourse)
  • Gift at Races Sales Counter – Fun Zone (near Gift at Races Flagship Store, 1/F, Grandstand II, Sha Tin Racecourse)
  • Selected items available at Gift at Races (2/F, Happy Valley Stand, Happy Valley Racecourse, next to Moon Koon Restaurant)

Terms & Conditions

  • Each customer can purchase a maximum of three pieces of each item per transaction while stocks last.
  • Colour and shape of the products pictured may differ slightly from the actual merchandise.
  • The Hong Kong Jockey Club reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions at any time and without prior notice. In the event of any disputes, the HKJC's decision shall be final and binding.

TOURIST OFFER


TOURIST OFFER


Visiting Hong Kong as a tourist? Enjoy FREE admission to the Public Enclosure at Sha Tin on October 1, National Day, when showing your passport upon entry to the racecourse!

For tourist who want to know more about the racecourse, please click here to visit HKJC website - Tourist Corner.

 

 

National Day Cup (G3)


The National Day Cup was first held in 1999 by the HKJC to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.

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Celebration Cup (G3)


One of the season’s first two G3 races – the 1400m Celebration Cup

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