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Sennett Ho started his racing career at the former Bukit Turf Club in 1985, and in 1996, he graduated from the prestigious Kentucky International Thoroughbred Institute, validated by the University of Kentucky, University of Louisville and the Kentucky Thoroughbred Association.
He have worked in the racing stables of legendary trainers including Carl Nafzger (Kentucky), Shug McGaughey (New York), Tommy Smith (Sydney), Luca Cumani and Sir Michael Stoute (Newmarket). Sennett Ho enhanced his knowledge in all aspects of breeding operations by working at world renowned breeding farms including Three Chimneys Farm, Gainsborough Farm and Millford Farm in Kentucky.
Sennett Ho previously held Professional Trainer’s License issued by the Kentucky Racing Commission (1996), Malayan Racing Association (1998–2005) and the Philippines Racing Commission (2005–2007). He is also a Certified Equine Therapist in Muscular Injuries (Florida).
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Setting our bars high for the benefit of our partners and ensuring every chance of success reflect and underscore our commitment to advance in the thoroughbred racing industry.
Constantly striving to enhance our strategic mission to position ourselves as your racing partner of choice.
Our World-Class Trainers
Lee David Freedman
Lee Freedman is one of Australia’s most decorated Hall of Fame horse trainer.
He has been a prolific winner of Australia’s major races in the past 20 years, with five Melbourne Cups, four Golden Slippers, four Caulfield Cups and two Cox Plates.
Many champion racehorses have passed through his hands, including Doriemus, Makybe Diva, Miss Andretti, Mummify, Subzero, Super Impose, Tawriffic, Schillaci, Mannerism, Mahogany, Bint Marscay, Danzero, Flying Spur and Merlene.
Clifford Ian Brown
Clive Brown is the youngest trainer in the history of Australia racing to have trained three Derby winners of Group 1 Level. He has been nominated for Training Excellence in the Victoria Industry awards and the Fred Hoysted Award for five years.
Brown started training in Singapore in 2008 and won the 2011 Group 1 Emirates Singapore Derby with CLINT as his first highlight. Known better with his affinity with stayers, Brown won his second Group 1 success in the premier sprint race, the Lion City Cup with ZAC SPIRIT in 2014.
Two years later, Brown bagged five Goup 1 races, the most any trainer has ever claimed in the Kranji era, starting with a second Lion City Cup with the same ZAC SPIRIT, followed by DEBT COLLECTOR’s Singapore Guineas, LAUGHING GRAVY’s Queen Elizabeth II Cup and DEBT COLLECTOR’s Panasonic Kranji Mile and Raffles Cup.
Mark William Walker
Record-breaking New Zealander Mark Walker is a five-time Premiership winning trainer and arrived in Singapore with outstanding credentials. The 2009/2010 season saw him set a new record of 108 winners, bettering the 17 year old record of 104 previously held by Dave and Paul O’Sullivan.
He also became the youngest trainer to win the Premiership when at 31 years old for the 2003/2004 season. In 2008/2009 season, he established a New Zealand record in prize money won, earning NZ$3.71 million.
Mark Walker have more than 800 winners, of which 90 have been in “Black Type” races, including 20 at Group 1 Level. He won his first Singapore champion trainer title in 2015.
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This Partnership/membership is a private placement that offers the Co-owner access to a thoroughbred racehorse ownership arrangement with an existing stable of racehorses in training and racing.