at HKJC since 2018
Established in 2017, Hong Kong Bloodstock was founded by former Cadet Stipendiary Steward Mr. Anthony Fan, a registered bloodstock agent at HKJC since 2018.
We offer a broad spectrum of services, from unraced (PPG) and raced horses (PP) selection to thoroughbred management.
From yearlings to ready to run sales, PPG to PP, we have developed great relationships with agents, trainers and breeders all over the world, which allows us to gain access to the most up-to-date information about prospects before others. We also provide racehorse analysis and valuation services.
Hong Kong Bloodstock在2017年由前香港賽馬會見習受薪董事Anthony Fan創立， 並於2018年在香港賽馬會註冊登記成為販馬代理，致力提供高質佳駟在香港及世界其他國家出賽。
從周歲馬到兩歲馬匹拍賣會，未出賽馬匹(PPG）到已出賽馬匹（PP），Hong Kong Bloodstock與世界各地的販馬代理、練馬師和牧場建立了良好的關係，讓我們能掌握市場快人一步的消息。我們深入研究馬匹，評定符合客戶要求的良駒，並提供專業的估值服務。
We perform thorough analysis on all pedigree aspects and assign top veterinarians to look over x-rays to ensure finding the right type of horse.
From sourcing the right horse to purchasing, from vetting to quarantine, from logistics to racing in new colors, we are your professional partner.
17 June 2023
Co-trainer JD Hayes has credited Victoria’s jumps circuit for helping Port Guillaume find his best again at Flemington on Saturday.
Despite starting an unwanted $30 chance, the son of Le Havre swept around the field and finished too strongly to claim the Murray Cox Handicap over 2540 metres.
The French import’s last European start was in the Group 1 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, but he struggled after arriving in Australia for the Spring features.
8 October 2022
He finished in the top two in every leg of this year’s Classic Series aboard California Spangle and Zac Purton is hoping a galloper who followed him across the line on all three occasions will be a horse worth sticking with this season.
Purton partners The Irishman in Sunday’s Class Two Swan Handicap (1,400m) and hopes the Francis Lui Kin-wai-trained five-year-old can go to another level in his second Hong Kong campaign.
“Sometimes with the four-year-olds, they weren’t quite up to it at the time, they hadn’t quite acclimatised, they were running nice races but always running third, fourth, fifth, but then they have that break, and they seem to develop more than the horses who were finishing in front of them,” Purton said.
“It’s happened to me before – Beauty Generation was in that category, so were Exultant and Military Attack. I’m not saying he’s in the league of those horses, but that’s what can happen.”
20 September 2022