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Trinity horse club initiated horse co-ownership: Enabling more ordinary people to participate in horse racing with low risks and high returns

2019-12-03 08:35:25 来源:Daluma.com

The horse co-ownership refers to a group of people who co-owning a horse through a "joint" form. In international horse racing industry, horse owners can be segregated into individual horse owner and group horse owners. Generally, each individual in a group must have a share of more than 5% and the number of horse owners must not exceed 20. In fact, through the dismantling of shares through the form of a company, theoretically anyone can own any proportion of even 1%, and there could be a group of family and friends behind each horse co-ownership. Therefore, it could be far more than 20 people owning a horse altogether. This is the potential of Horse co-ownership!  

Modern horse racing is established in Britain in the middle of the 19th century, it has been known as the “sports of the royal". It is true that the people who participated in horse racing in the early days were dominated by aristocracy, but with the development of horse racing, especially after it became a world-class sport, horse racing has gradually developed into a sport that can be participated by ordinary people. The Horse co-ownership plays an extremely important role in it.


For example, the current prize amount for 2017 and 2018 of “The Everest” has reached 14 million Australian dollars, the championship was won by the same horse named "Redzel", if you are curious about who is the lucky winner behind such a competition? The result may surprise you, because the owner of "Redzel" is not a single person, but a list of up to 17 people. This list is the horse's "co-owners”. In 2014, the “Redzel” at the age of 1 was sold publicly at the price of 1790 Australian dollars per 1% of shares. At this time, even if you bought 5%, it would only cost less than 10,000 Australian dollars. It can be said that this price is completely acceptable to many people. Because of this, we can see that among the 17 horse co- owners of Redzel are ranging from construction workers, courier, school teachers, and government officers.


In China, Hong Kong stars Aaron Kwok and Julian Cheung Chi Lam co-owned a number of racing horses, among which "My Favourite" frequently won the championship. In mainland China, [Daqian World Stars horse owners group] led by Deyun's famous comic actor Yu Qian, has 11 horses sharing the investment and income of horse racing in home country and abroad. In addition to racing with other horses, the horse will continue to benefit the co-owners after it retired from races. For example, the world's number one stallion "Galileo", it is reported to have a breeding fee reaching 500,000 euros (about 3.8 million rmb). Stable breeding is more than 150 times a year, which is a profit of 570 million rmb a year. It is not an exaggeration to call it a "money printing machine".


Because of the huge potential behind the Horse co-ownership, this approach has also become a powerful tool for developing emerging markets in many regions where the horse racing industry has not yet been fully developed. In China, which has a huge population and respect for horse culture, there are also many horse turf clubs for horse lovers to choose from. The recent rapid development and wide attention in the international horse racing community are Malaysian Chinese horse racing group - Trinity Horse Club. The main delicacy club that is young and international which based in Malaysia. It has set up horse racing and even racecourses in many countries around the world. According to founder David Too, "Many people have heard of horse racing, but they do not know the details of horse racing: Not knowing how to purchase a horse, not knowing how to train a horse and the details of horse racing. The Trinity Horse Club will focus on 3 things, horse purchasing, horse training and horse racing, so that everyone can participate in horse racing and invest in horse racing. In 2019 September, Trinity Horse Club also officially established the China branch in Guangzhou. This is the first internationally-owned Turf club officially launched in China after the CPC Central Committee, the State Council, and the Development and Reform Commission released a series of policy documents in support of the Hainan horse racing. Today, Trinity Horse Club branches also have been established in South Korean, Hong Kong, and Australia.

With the emergence of more and more horse owners clubs arising in the Chinese market, the new model of horse co-ownership in the horse racing industry will become more and more well known to the Chinese. More people will also have the opportunity to truly participate in the horse racing industry at the lowest cost and risk. We also look forward to the young Chinese horse racing industry. With the help of the current trend of Horse co-ownership, we will be able to attract more people to participate and pay attention, and eventually grow stronger.

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