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Delightful gifts and festive menu to welcome the Spring Festival at the Chinese New Year Raceday


The Hong Kong Jockey Club is offering a wide range of limited edition merchandise as well as a festive menu to celebrate the year of the Rooster at the Chinese New Year Raceday on 30 January at Sha Tin Racecourse.

Unique range of CNY-themed collectibles
There will be a CNY-themed merchandise bazaar offering a selection of limited edition items carrying the stylish calligraphy of cross media artist Simon Ma, blending the Chinese character “horse” with a traditional Chinese lucky symbol ‘Ruyi’. These delightful gifts incorporating warm blessings will be available at Sha Tin Racecourse on 30 January, while stocks last. 

Red Packet (Set of 10pcs) (photo 1, 2)
(Yellow / Fuchsia)


Unisex Scarf (photo 3, 4)
(Orange & Navy /Red & Black)

HK $388

Money Clip (photo 5)

HK $128

925 Silver Charms Bracelet (photo 6)

HK $328

925 Silver Necklace (photo 7, 8)
(Clear Crystal / Emerald Green Crystal�^


HK $268

Leather Wallet (photo 9, 10)
(Burgundy / Taupe)

HK $298

A fabulous start to the year with gourmet dishes
Eight festive dishes will be available at Mezza One, the gourmet food plaza at Sha Tin Racecourse, bringing good fortune as well as great tastes.

Steamed Chicken stuffed with Shrimp Mousse, served with Rice (photo 11)

HK $78

Chicken Meat Ball 4 ways - Lotus Seed, Cordyceps Flowers, Red Date, Mushroom, served with Rice (photo 12)

HK $68

Deep-fried Minced Chicken & Mushrooms Parcel, served with Rice (photo 13)

HK $68

Pot of Fortune, served with Steamed Rice (photo 14)

HK $108

Braised Chicken with Yellow Wine in Clay Pot, served with Rice (photo 15)

HK $88

Deep-fried Chicken Wings stuffed with Glutinous Rice, Thousand Years Egg & Pickled Ginger (photo 16)

HK $55

Baked OX Tongue & Pork Tongue with Fried Rice (photo 17)

HK $55

Braised Sarcodon & Pork Trotters with Black Pepper Sauce, served with Rice (photo 18)

HK $88

Each racegoer entering Sha Tin Racecourse on 30 January will receive a lucky pen and an instant win card (until the start of Race 6, while stocks last) offering a chance to win a pure gold Mini-Ingot Gift Pack from Luk Fook Jewellery. There are 1,800 prizes to be won, with a total value of over HK$570,000.

Sha Tin Racecourse will open at 10:30am on 30 January, with the first race starting at 12:30pm. All racegoers must be aged 18 or above.

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