The first foals of reigning Australian Horse of the Year Dissident are receiving rave reviews from elite bloodstock judging and providing a further argument in the value in investing in elite stallion prospects.
Over the last two years the China Horse Club has sourced no less than 14 stallions and stallion prospects and is currently racing a series of highly exciting prospects that may add to this portfolio of talent.
Dissident is among the list of stallion luminaries that has not only grown in asset value but also provided a financial return on his initial investment and delivered annual dividends to investors. The quality of his foals only adds to his investment potential.
Teo Ah Khing, Chairman of the China Horse Club at the recent 2016 CECF Ordos
“Stallions are an investment opportunity that is very hot right now. They meet the demands of astute investors that want a stock that can grow fast, that helps diversify other investments and that can help build your personal profile,” said Teo Ah Khing, Chairman of the China Horse Club.
“The key is not only knowing what is an opportunity, but being able to access the very best opportunities. The China Horse Club’s China Dream Global Equine Fund is able to do this because it taps into the club’s global racing arm and has a network of leading partners in every major breeding jurisdiction.”
The China Dream Global Equine Fund was designed to source unique opportunities for the China Horse Club and its members. Performers like Dissident, who as the second of the China Horse Club’s stallions to retire to stud, have helped generate great interest in this investment model.
“Dissident is a wonderful example of the benefit in seeing excellence before it is fully blossomed,” said Eden Harrington, China Horse Club Vice President and Head (Partnerships/Membership).
“We began watching Dissident in his three-year-old year and after we secured him with our partners he has gone on to win a series of G1 races, he was crowned Australian Horse of the Year, he created fantastic moments for all involved and his value has almost doubled in that time.
“It is a process we have now repeated several times in different markets around the world. The most recent example is Exaggerator, the investment in his breeding rights has grown by an estimated 60 percent since May of this year.”
Former Champion racehorse trainer Peter Moody, who oversaw the career of Dissident, reunited with his former star galloper recently and was glowing both in his praise of Dissident and Dissident’s first foals. In the attached video(please click on the image below) Moody outlines the qualities that singled Dissident out as an outstanding racehorse and make him an exciting stallion prospect.
“For [Dissident] to perform at stakes level at two, G1 winner at three, then to come out and win four G1s in top elite company, weight-for-age and handicaps, shows his durability, his genuineness as a racehorse,” Moody said.
“At seven furlongs (1400m) to a mile (1600m), at his peak, he was probably unbeatable in the land.”
Dissident stands at Newgate Farm in Australia. In 2016 his service fee is $A33,000 (inc. GST). http://www.newgate.com.au/horses/dissident-19670.html
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