Hong Kong club sues Irish breeder

The Hong Kong Breeders Club, an international syndicate of equine investors, has launched a legal action against an Irish thoroughbred breeder over the rights to one of the world’s most successful racehorses.

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Ian Kehoe

26th July, 2008

The Hong Kong Breeders Club, an international syndicate of equine investors, has launched a legal action against an Irish thoroughbred breeder over the rights to one of the world’s most successful racehorses.

The club has initiated High Court proceedings against Hubie de Burgh, a bloodstock consultant and horse breeder based in Co Kildare, in relation to Rakti, a racehorse that has won six Group One races.

The dispute dates from 2006, when Rakti...

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