Arrival of the racehorses in Hong Kong ahead of the Longines HK Masters 2015 at the Hong Kong International Airport on 9 February 2015. Photo: Power Sport Images

Racehorses beat humans by a nose in enjoying mobility across the Greater Bay Area on a single passport

  • Hong Kong’s Jockey Club moves about 600 horses in and out of Hong Kong every year, turning the city’s airport into the world’s busiest for equine air travel
  • The protocol for moving horses across Hong Kong’s border with southern China was established when the Jockey Club helped Guangzhou stage the equestrian event during the 2010 Asian Games
Topic |   Greater Bay Area

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Arrival of the racehorses in Hong Kong ahead of the Longines HK Masters 2015 at the Hong Kong International Airport on 9 February 2015. Photo: Power Sport Images
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