she was a prominent member of the Shanghai Paper Hunt Club, and sister of John Johnstone. She took all the jumps side-saddle.
John Johnstone member of the Shanghai Municipal Council and Legislative Council of Hong Kong, head of Jardines, Steward and jockey of HKJC.
1920, Johnstone almost introduced the first Chinese female jockey and polo player to Hong Kong, 6 years ahead of the Kwanti Racecourse inaugurating Lady races and Ladies’ Day.
Governor Henry May praised Johnstone as the best horseman east of Suez who won three Hong Kong Derbies and three Champions Stakes with 334 wins in China races.
John Johnstone was a great-grandson of Jean Jardine.
1912-07-24 — 1919-09-30 Henry May, Governor
Henry May in office as the 15th Governor of Hong Kong.1912-07-24 --- 1919-09-30
1911-10-05 Acting Governor, Sir Henry May, Railway, Canton
1911-10-05 Acting Governor, Sir Henry May among Chinese and British officials at opening of the Chinese Section, Kowloon–Canton Railway
1910-10-01 Acting Governor, Sir Henry May, Lo Wu terminal
1910-10-01 Acting Governor, Sir Henry May, and his wife inspect the tracks of the British Section at Lo Wu terminal, ...