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1946-12-31 Happy Valley racecourse racing again

1945-01-16, US military documents have revealed that a 2,000-pound second world war bomb that brought chaos to Happy Valley racecourse on that day. But the venue was quite normal in appearance and actually resumed its full function holding 13 race meeting days in 1946 after the Japanese occupation. Only the first post-war meeting was run at Beas River. After the Japanese occupation, racing as usual, saddling bell at half-past two p.m. proceeds to charities, Military Race Meeting organized and announcement published by Hong Kong Services Race Club (HKSRC). Public Enclosure $1; Members Enclosure $3. Special Cash Sweeps on the nlast race, tickets for which $2 may be obtained at the Office of the HKJC, Exchange Building, First floor.

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