What time are Happy Valley races?
Happy Valley races are normally on Wednesday Nights, first race starts at 7:15 p.m. and the gates open at 5:15 p.m. The races are done by 11:00 p.m. There are normally 7 or 8 races at each race meeting and there are about 30 minutes in-between races.
What is the horse racing schedule?
2022 Horse Racing Schedule
|September 17, 2022||Cotillion Stakes||Parx|
|September 24, 2022||American Pharoah Stakes||Santa Anita|
|October 1, 2022||Shadwell Turf Mile||Keeneland|
|October 1, 2022||Breeders’ Futurity Stakes||Keeneland|
Is Happy Valley running track open?
Happy Valley is open to the public from 5am to midnight, except for race days.
How long is Hong Kong racing season?
The races are held from September to July each year. It is more about entertainment than gambling for Hong Kongers. Horse racing is one of the most popular spectator sports in Hong Kong.
Where is Happy Valley Race Course?
The Happy Valley Racecourse is one of the two racecourses for horse racing and is a tourist attraction in Hong Kong. It is located in Happy Valley on Hong Kong Island, surrounded by Wong Nai Chung Road and Morrison Hill Road. The capacity of the venue is 55,000.
How long is Happy Valley Racecourse?
Happy Valley Racecourse
|Elev. Gain||26.2 ft|
Where is Happy Valley racing track?
How do I get to Happy Valley?
Take the MTR and get to the Causeway Bay MTR station. Get out of the station through Exit A and walk about 15 minutes along Matheson Street, Leighton Road and Wong Nai Chung Road to the public entrance. Also, you can take a tram from anywhere on the northern side of the island. Just get on a tram marked “Happy Valley”.
How long is a horse racing season?
Although there is generally jumps racing 12 months of the year, the majority of National Hunt fixtures take place in the Autumn and Winter months. The bigger meetings tend to start at the back-end of October, running through to April, the end of this month marking the official end of the campaign.
Does Hong Kong have horse racing?
Horse racing is Hong Kong’s most popular sport and one of its residents’ biggest passions.