An explosive run of success has seen China Horse Club members celebrate in the winner’s circle no less than 12 times in the last 30 days.
Shanghai Bund(Singapore) in red blinkers
Shanghai Bund (Singapore) and Morgenlicht (France) continued the wave of success over the last 24 hours becoming winners 11 and 12 respectively. The duo elevated the seasonal tally of success to 46, a run of almost 1.5 winners per week in 2016, joining recent winners White Hunter, First Approval (two wins), Argentina, Good Samaritan, General Zabeel, Russian Revolution, Utah, Lockheed and Theory. In all, 12 winners across seven countries since 30th July, not including the four successful ownership groups at the recent CECF Ordos.
“It has been a fantastic run for our members and I know the feedback has been very positive. Every stable in every jurisdiction is doing well so it is an exciting time,” said Michael Wallace, the China Horse Club’s Racing and Bloodstock Manager.
“The start of our juvenile team in the United States is particularly exciting. We have started three colts at Saratoga in the U.S. and all are winners and highly promising. Then there is Lockheed in Britain and Utah in Ireland and others will surface soon in each of these jurisdictions so there is much to look forward to.
“And, of course, we cannot forget the emergence of General Zabeel on the home front in China. His win at last week’s Ordos Nadam was breath taking. There is an argument that there has never been a better time to become involved as a racehorse owner with the China Horse Club.”
The winners of the 12 races were all purchased by the China Horse Club’s bloodstock team at yearling sales around the world. In 2016 the depth of the China Horse Club’s stable in Australia, France and Singapore has already been added to with further purchasing set to be done in the coming months at Keeneland (USA), Goffs (Ireland) and Tattersalls (Britain) – three of the biggest yearling sales in the world.
Success follows success for members of the China Horse Club
Once again the bloodstock team will be searching not only for winners but for colts that may develop into elite stallion prospects and fillies that will play a dual role on the racecourse and then as part of a premium breeding program. Success follows success for members of the China Horse Club
“One of the reasons people want to join the China Horse Club is because it is successful and because of what success means to people who are high achievers. So to have 12 winners in 30 days is very important for our members and very important for the club. This is what we strive for,” said Teo Ah Khing, Chairman of the China Horse Club.
“But in addition to this, what is really exciting me is that there are several of these winners that are hinting that they may be potential stallion prospects. It is still very early but Russian Revolution is now undefeated after three starts, he is a G3 winner and he is being directed towards the $A500,000 G1 Coolmore Stud Stakes where he is likely to face another of our runners in Extreme Choice.
“We also have Theory, One Liner and Good Samaritan who have all won well first time out in the U.S. They will be given their chances in better races. Lockheed, who is in Britain, is a promising performer and looks like he is stakes class going by his very good third in the G3 Acomb Stakes at York and Utah is showing promise in Ireland.”
The success of the China Horse Club’s program has been added to with broodmares Muravka and Nova Star being represented by stakes winners Miss Infinity and Acrostar respectively. Miss Infinity is the second stakes winner for Muravka, whose son The Wow Signal was a G1 winner before retiring for stud duties. While Acrostar posted her second stakes win when victorious in South Africa.
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