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1936 Fanling Kwanti Racecourse

The first record of female jockey and Ladies’ Day were held in Kwanti Racecourse. Pokfulam, Wong Nei Chung, Kwanti, Beas River and Sha Tin are among the six racecourses in Hong Kong history of the first 150 years (the first one should be in Macao/Macau) by the time of the 1st Governor Pottinger. In 1926, a group of enthusiastic racing men established the Fanling Hunt and Race Club at Kwanti (now Kwan Tei), Fanling, .near Lung Yeuk Tau, San Wai.
According to written records related to the venues of Hong Kong racing, there have been Macao, Pokfulam, Happy Valley, Kwanti, Beas River and Sha Tin.
After the pioneering Racing Fund or Race Committee, these are the names of race clubs in Hong Kong: Hong Kong Jockey Club, Gymkhana Racing Club, Gwanti Race Club, Fanling Hunting and Racing Club, Hong Kong Race Club and Hong Kong Services Race Club.

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