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Macau Jockey Club

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Founded  1980
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The Macau Jockey Club (MJC; traditional Chinese: 澳門賽馬會; simplified Chinese: 澳门赛马会; pinyin: Àomén Sàimǎhuì; Jyutping: ou3 mun4*2 coi3 maa5 wui6*2) is an organization providing horse racing and betting entertainment in Macau, China. MJC is one of the largest private employers of Macau with around 1,400 employees and around 1,100 part-timers.


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The club began as the Macau Trotting Club in 1980 in an attempt to introduce harness racing in Asia, but it was not a popular sporting event and gave way to the formation of the current thoroughbred racing club in 1989.


The MJC has one track on Taipa converted from the old trotting track. The old track is now the inner sand track and the newer outer track is turf. The stables at the MJC are home to about 1,000 horses.


  • Macau Derby - April
  • Macau Gold Cup - May
  • The Macau Star of The Sand Stakes - June
  • Macau Sprint Trophy - April
  • Chairman's Challenge Cup - June
  • Director's Cup
  • Single-Race Bets

    Pool Name - Dividend Qualification

  • Win (獨贏) - 1st in a race.
  • Place (位置) - 1st, 2nd or 3rd in a race with 7 or more declared starters or 1st, 2nd in a race with 4, 5, 6 declared starters.
  • Quinella (連贏) - 1st and 2nd in either order in the race.
  • Quinella Place (位置Q) - Any two of the first three placed horses in any finishing order in the race. However, the Pool will not opened when a race less than 6 starters.
  • Tierce (三重彩) - 1st, 2nd and 3rd in correct order in the race.
  • Multiple-Race Bets

    Pool Name - Dividend Qualification - Consolation [if any]

  • Double (孖寶) - 1st in two nominated races - 1st in 1st leg and 2nd in 2nd leg.
  • Triple Trio (三T) - 1st, 2nd and 3rd in any order in three legs - 1st, 2nd and 3rd in any order in any two Triple Trio legs.
  • References

    Macau Jockey Club Wikipedia