Hong Kong Racing Betting Tips

Thoroughbred horse racing in Hong Kong is one of the most popular jurisdictions in the world and arguably Australia's favourite place to wager outside our borders.

The two tracks in the country are Sha Tin and Happy Valley. Sha Tin is the better quality venue that hosts the majority of Hong Kong group racing while Happy Valley hosts most of the mid-week meetings.

2020 Hong Kong Group One calendar

Hong Kong hosts its Group One races in two blocks. The first runs in the early months while the majority of the other events are ran on Hong Kong International Races Day.

January 19 - Steward's Cup
February 19 - Century Sprint Cup
February 6 - Queen's Silver Jubilee Cup
February 6 - Citi Hong Kong Gold Cup
April 26 - QEII Cup
April 26 - Champions Mile
April 26 - Champion's Sprint Prize
May 24 - Champions & Charter Cup

Hong Kong International Races Day 2020 Dates

December 6 - Hong Kong Vase
December 6 - Hong Kong Cup
December 6 - Hong Kong Sprint
December 6 - Hong Kong Mile

Hong Kong Racing FAQ

What are the main tracks in Hong Kong?

There are two main tracks in Hong Kong, Sha Tin and Happy Valley.

What is the main race day in Hong Kong?

The Hong Kong International Races hosts four Group One races on one day and is one of the world's richest race days. The HKIR in 2020 falls on December 6.

How can I live stream Hong Kong racing?

Visit our live streaming page on bets.com.au for all the information on how you can watch Hong Kong racing at home on your computer, smart phone or tablet.