The Macau Jockey Club's claim to fame is that it is one of the most high-tech racecourses in all Asia. Up to 18,000 guests can enjoy a flutter on the horses in the comfortable climes of the air-conditioned stands.
Offering two race meets a week, the Macau Jockey Club is popular with Hong Kong punters who flock there when racetracks at home are closed. The club's stables can accommodate up to a thousand horses where guests can get a close up look before a race.
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