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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.

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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