Seems nothing is sacred from globalism including horse-racing, especially when one investor is a rogue nation and the other is a rogue person. Sigh…
So, meet the China Horse Club founded by Teo Ah Khing. Born in Malaysia, he is apparently an acclaimed architect, entrepreneur and horse breeder. He has been a senior advisor to heads of state including the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Mohamed, Musharrafh, President of Pakistan and Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al Maktoun of United Arab Emirates.
Then we have George Soros. Soros controls operations in SF Bloodstock and SF Racing Group. Okay, read on….and decided whether or not to bet of Justify to win the Triple Crown.
Kentucky: If the strapping chestnut colt Justify wins the Belmont Stakes on Saturday to become just the 13th horse in history to claim horse racing’s Triple Crown, two of the three groups that have an ownership stake in the horse’s breeding rights will be front and center during the celebration.