Attached is a picture of a old matchbook of the shanghai race club. This was given to my grandfather by a Japanese Army Personnel during the Japanese occupation in Malaya during the 1940s. He gave my granddad his whole collection of matchbooks. I found this very interesting one which might have some historical value for more »
This Shanghai Race Club trophy was won by the racehorse Blackberry in 1894. (picture sent in from owner) Enscribed on the trophy “Blackberry” Owned by Henry Morriss & H.M.Bevis Autumn Meeting 1894 Autumn Cup ridden by Lieut Taylor RA Champions Mr Wm. Meyerink Spring meeting 1895 Ladies Purse Taotai’s Cup Champions. Ridden by Mr C..R. more »
Thank you to all the team at The Jinjiang Hotel Group for hosting the Shanghai Race Club exhibition.
SHANGHAI RACE CLUB – THE REMARKABLE HISTORY OF A CITY OF RACEHORSE OWNERS The Shanghai Race Club (in Chinese pinyin; Shanghai Pao Ma Zong Hui) was reformed in 2008 by current Chairman, Byron Constable, from England. Constable, a fluent Chinese speaker, is a founder of one of the largest online shopping clubs in China and the company more »
The Shanghai Race Club – written by Ned Kelly Slap bang in the middle of International Settlement and at the heart of high society on what is now People’s Square used to lie a huge racecourse. Opened in 1862 it was actually the third incarnation of the track, moving westward and increasing in size as more »
Thanks to Beth Windsor for sending in this photo of an early Shanghai Race Club raceday. The Shanghai Race Club
An interesting article on Sir Hormusjee Naorojee Mody ( Most resident of Hong Kong know Mody Road) involvement in The Shanghai Race Club
Paul Chater, an incredibly keen race-goer, introduced Mody to horseracing. Mody took up racing with tremendous success.