George Soros is without a doubt one of the most unlikeable men in America. The open-borders billionaire has been using his vast wealth to affect the outcome of elections in America for several years. George Soros has at least 187 organizations he funds that support his radical left-wing ideology. From abortion groups, to open borders, Soros’ multi-billion dollar empire funds immigrant groups, groups created to change the way we vote, universal health care, climate change, and even “Catholic”, Socialist and Communist groups. George Soros, who lived through the Holocaust in Hungary, actually has a group whose stated goal is to take money from rich Jews and give it to those with less.
It’s no surprise then, that when Americans discover who secretly owns a portion of the thoroughbred horse, “Justify”, they will be less than enthusiastic about supporting him.
NYT’s – If the strapping chestnut colt Justify wins the Belmont Stakes on Saturday to become just the 13th horse in history to claim horse racing’s Triple Crown, two of the three groups that have an ownership stake in the horse’s breeding rights will be front and center during the celebration.
WinStar Farm, one of North America’s leading thoroughbred racing and breeding operations, owns 60 percent of Justify’s breeding rights. China Horse Club owns 25 percent. A third group, a secretive entity that holds the remaining 15 percent, will remain out of the spotlight because it vigorously avoids any public attention. It is a company controlled by top employees of the billionaire investor George Soros.
Mr. Soros’s connection to Justify, which was not previously reported, has garnered little notice in the sport despite the horse’s rousing success in the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes because his group tries to operate almost invisibly. Several officials, who sit atop one of the biggest owners in stallion equity in the world, declined to comment about Mr. Soros’s involvement in horse racing through his fund.
Mr. Soros’s investment firm, Soros Fund Management, is behind SF Bloodstock and SF Racing Group, an international breeding and racing operation started in 2008. Executives from the investment firm oversee the breeding and horse ownership businesses. Gavin Murphy, an Australian based in New York who has served as the Soros Fund’s longtime tax counsel, is the manager of SF Bloodstock and SF Racing Group. Christopher Naunton, chief financial officer for the Soros Fund’s family office, is the president of SF Bloodstock and SF Racing Group, corporate filings show. Tom Ryan, an Irishman based in Lexington, Ky., is the team’s bloodstock agent.