Hong Kong could find out tomorrow whether it will host the equestrian events of the Beijing Olympic Games. A decision is to be made during a three-day meeting of the International Olympic Committee under way in Berlin. The secretary-general of the 2008 Games organising committee, Wang Wei, said in Berlin yesterday that the IOC board would have the final say in the matter. 'Confident? It all depends on the board's decision,' Mr Wang said, when asked about the possibility of success for Hong Kong. The Beijing organisers have asked for the equestrian events to be moved to Hong Kong because of uncertainty about equine diseases on the mainland and the difficulty of establishing a disease-free zone. Hong Kong has no such problems and the Jockey Club's chief veterinarian, Keith Watkins, is an authority on quarantine protocols. Hong Kong's Olympic chief, Timothy Fok Tsun-ting, said everything hinged on whether the board accepted Beijing's claim that the quarantine problem meant moving events to Hong Kong was a necessity. But he believed Hong Kong would hear good news soon. Reports last week said the Jockey Club's presentation to the International Equestrian Federation in London was so impressive that key delegates believed the announcement in Berlin was a formality. During its presentation, the Jockey Club said events could be held at Sha Tin racecourse and its infield Penfold Park, the Hong Kong Sports Institute and the club's property at Beas River.