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The impressive Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Conghua racecourse was officially opened last week, marking the beginning of a new era for the sport in Hong Kong.
Situated in the Conghua district of Guangzhou in Guangdong province, Conghua is the first world-class racecourse and thoroughbred training center in mainland China.
Operating as part of a dual-site model, Conghua racecourse complements the existing training center at Sha Tin. With its state-of-the-art stabling, training and horse-care facilities, it will enable the Hong Kong Jockey Club to further develop the quality of its racing, the Jockey Club said in a media release.
“Conghua racecourse will enable us to elevate our racing to an even higher level of excellence,” said Hong Kong Jockey Club chairman Simon Ip.
“It has outstanding training and horse-care facilities, including the first world-class equine hospital in the mainland. Conghua district itself has high environmental standards, with excellent air and water quality. In short, it is a superb place to train our horses.”
Conghua Racecourse will also contribute to the development of equine sports in China as well as to the economy. Some 90 percent of employees are recruited from Guangdong and the training they will receive will help advance professional standards.
Considering China’s Alxa League is becoming hot bed for camel racing, it could only be a matter of time until China’s camel racing sees meet dates at Conghua.
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